Steps to disinfect your Toyota vehicle
There is a lot of uncertainty revolving around the COVID-19 pandemic. One thing we can all agree on is that sanitation is important to stop the spread. Our vehicles are one of the most touched possessions of ours. Keep reading to learn more about what you can to disinfect it from COVID-19.
Areas inside and out to focus on while you clean:
- Seat upholstery
- Cup Holders
- Keys or start button
- Handles, both inside and out
- Steering Wheel
- Shift knob
- Media screen and touch screens
How to clean and what to use while you disinfect your Toyota vehicle
The majority of your Toyota vehicle can be wiped down with a disinfectant wipe. Parts of the interior that need special wipes would be the leather seats and leather steering wheel, if your Toyota vehicle has these. Your media and touchscreen need to be wiped down with a microfiber cloth since disinfectant wipes can ruin them. Cloth seats and the carpet floor should be sprayed down with disinfectant spray like Lysol.
Practicing social distancing and other guidelines to prevent COVID-19
Social distancing is mandatory in the state of California. This means staying home and only having contact with those who live in your household. If you need to go out, make sure you stay six feet from everyone. We suggest taking a hand-sanitizer along with you. Always wash your hands and wipe down everything you bring inside.
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We have updated our hours during the COVID-19 restrictions. Check out our response page. If you have any questions, please contact us.
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