How to Dry Wet Leather Car Seatsby Meaghan Ringwelski
Leather car seats are incredibly comfortable and luxurious. Taking care of them is not difficult unless they get wet. Sometimes, people accidentally leave their car windows down, and their leather car seats get wet. It is important to know how to dry wet leather car seats if your car has them.
Use paper towels to sop up most of the water on the wet leather car seats. Concentrate on any puddles that may have accumulated.
Press the paper towels into the crevices, creases and cracks in the wet leather car seats to get at as much excess moisture as possible.
When most of the water has been removed, use a wet/dry vacuum cleaner attachment to suck as much extra moisture off the wet leather car seats as possible. Be sure to pay close attention to the cracks and crevices in the seats.
If possible, pull the vehicle into a garage. Roll all of its windows down, and place multiple fans around it. Aim the fans at the car, and turn them on at their highest settings.
Run the fans for at least 30 minutes. This will help evaporate any remaining moisture, and prevent mold or mildew from forming on your leather car seats.
- Use paper towels or old rags to sop up excess water.
Things You'll Need
- Fan Wet/dry vacuum Paper towels
- Never use a traditional vacuum cleaner to suck up moisture from wet leather car seats. Do not spray leather car seats with anything except cleaning products made specially for leather.
Meaghan Ringwelski is a professional freelance writer. She's been writing for more than five years and has contributed to many websites. Currently, Meaghan is a contributing editor for Dimensions Weekly and also ghost writes blogs for many regular clients.