You hoped you’d never have to learn how to deal with it, but it happened: You left your car’s windows down, your convertible top open and a sudden rain storm completely soaked your vehicle’s interior. Don’t panic, though; there are a number of things you can do to make sure that you don’t have to deal with any permanent damage. Here are some tips to help you through your tough time so you can get back on the road as soon as possible.
the first thing you will need to do is open all doors or windows to allow air to circulate. This will slow or stop mold from growing. If you own a shop vac we recomend you extract as much water as possible. If you don’t own any we recommend to use several rags and lay them on the soaked area, do not use baking soda or napkins because it will harden a make things more complicated.
These steps will help with the restoring process, however we Arge you to call us and allow us to take care of it for you.
Mold can grow on pretty much anything, and cars are no exception. Just like our homes, our cars are also susceptible to moisture problems, which is what ultimately leads to mold and unpleasant odours. As an example of just how much damage mold can do to a car. Mold can destroy a cars interior, leather seat cushions, and other fabrics and upholstery. Sometimes, the damage can be so bad that it’s beyond repair. However, if you catch moisture problems early on, you can prevent major contamination and clean up the mold safely and effectively.