How to Clean Your Interior (Don't Use That Blue Spray on Your Infotainment Screen and Other Tips)
Whether you’re going back to work soon or finally making that Costco run, Nissan has some recommendations for cleaning the interior of your vehicle
As stay-at-home orders begin to expire, there will undoubtedly be more people climbing into their vehicles for the first time in a while to take a spin, whether it is a deterministic drive (e.g., supermarket) or simply random (note that speed limits haven’t been suspended during the lockdowns).
Inside the 2020 Nissan Altima. (Images: Nissan)
Odds are, if you’re someone who has actually followed the rules regarding social distancing, masks and hand hygiene, you’re going to want to make sure that the interior of your vehicle is clean of any contaminants, viral or otherwise. But even if you aren’t, this information from Nissan about cleaning your interior is worthwhile.
Stay clean. Stay well.
And wash your hands after you remove those gloves.
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