Drivers Praise Viral Shaving Cream Hack That Leaves Car Seats Looking Like New


Car owners have been amazed by a cleaning hack that can leave seats looking like new – and all you need is shaving foam.

A cleaning enthusiast had already been informed that shaving cream is an effective stain remover on furniture and decided to try it on his vehicle.

Sharing before and after photos of performing the hack on the Cleaning Tips and Tricks Facebook group, the results show that the seats look much brighter and cleaner.

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Alongside the photos, she wrote: “So after reading about the shaving foam trick and being embarrassed for months about my car seats, I decided to give it a shot! WOW, thank you, thank you!

“So it’s a mix of rain, spilled water and plaster dust and yuck in general! Before, during and after. Ps I knew little about how to use shaving foam…until today I have them everywhere!”

She explained that she coated the seats in Gillette shaving foam from Asda which she bought for £1, before gently scrubbing them with a toothbrush.

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The foam was then left for 15 minutes before being wiped off with a damp microfiber cloth.

Within a short time, the post had amassed almost 9,000 likes – as well as over 2,000 comments from people sharing their thoughts on the hack.

One of them said: “Good advice thanks”.

Before, the seat is covered in stains

“Absolutely amazing,” commented a second.

A third shared: “I’m going to defiantly try this!”

A fourth revealed: “Omg. I have to do this to my car!!!! It’s so dirty and I’m so embarrassed. Thank you”

“Omg amazing results,” said a fifth.

Car seat cleaning hack after
After the hack, the seat looks “like new”

Another posted: “That’s what I call clean. Amazing how something so simple can clean so well.”

A seventh wrote, “This is fabulous! Absolutely using this idea! Bet it smells good too!”

“Wow, they look brand new,” said an eighth.


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