Thursday, May 30, 2024
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Autocar product test: What is the best interior trim cleaner?


Autocar says: 4 stars


Liqui Moly Auto Interior Cleaner

Price: £7.33

What’s included: 500ml

Buy from: Amazon

Liqui Moly’s Auto Interior Cleaner can be used on all plastics, fabric and trims in your car. While using, you’ll need to give it a few minutes to take effect, but don’t let it dry out. Liqui Moly suggests you spray directly onto surfaces, then wipe with a damp sponge or cloth, although we found it better when we applied it with a cloth so we could control the amount of product used. The scent isn’t particularly long lasting, but smells like apples, and we were left with a lightly polished and streak-free finish. 

Autocar says: 4 stars


Car Gods Interior Detailer

Price: £10.99

What’s included: 500ml

Buy from: Amazon

After cleaning our interior with Car Gods’ Interior Detailer, we were left with a pleasant apple smell, which wasn’t too overwhelming. The product also comes with a 2-in-1 vent cleaner and hard brush, which will help you get to those hard-to-reach places. That makes it good value for money, even if the price of the product is more expensive than some others tested. It can be used on all hard surfaces in your car, including metal and wood, but not fabric or leather.

Autocar says: 4 stars


GTechniq W2 Multi Purpose Cleaner

Price: £8.50

What’s included: 500ml

Buy from: Amazon

You can use GTechniq’s W2 cleaner to tackle everything in your car, apart from leather, which may mean you need more than one product. You can either use it neat for some seriously powerful cleaning, or diluted when you’d just like a quick spruce. It worked well for us, removing dust and fingerprints, and working wonders on a rogue ketchup stain we’d acquired on a fabric seat (no judgement please). It’s easy to apply: spray on, leave for a few minutes, then rinse off.



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