Repairing a damaged seat panel, instead of replacing an entire seat cover, can be a great way to save customers money. But if the old upholstery is dirty, chances are it’s still not going to look good.
Why not go above and beyond by cleaning the upholstery around the new panel? Not only will it make the entire seat look great, but it’ll also bolster your reputation for customer service.
For ideas on how to get started, check out the following video by Autoblog on how to clean cloth upholstery. It’s a quick and easy job. All you need is a vacuum, upholstery cleaner, soft-bristle brush, scrub pad and microfiber towel.
The video is definitely worth sharing with coworkers and customers. Enterprising trimmers might even consider assembling and selling their own cloth upholstery cleaning kit with printed instructions.
For more tips and tricks, check out The Hog Ring‘s “How To” section.