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Saab Convertible Interior Cover

Saab Convertible Interior Cover Issues

A Saab convertible interior cover is a must-own for every Saab convertible user. It's definitely a good investment, and an inexpensive one at that. However, problems may also plague it from time to time. Discussed below are some of the most common ones:

Bad Odor

Don't blame the bird poop for the unpleasant smell now since those things don't give off a scent, after all. Anyway, if for some reason your Saab convertible interior cover has developed a bad odor, then you'll have to do a bit of washing (unless of course you don't mind it one bit). Plain soap and water may not be enough in some cases, though. You may need baking soda, a particularly effective home remedy, for those really sticky smells. Apply a generous amount of it (it's cheap, anyway) on your interior cover and the bad smell should go away.

Stains

Just like most other types of cloth or textiles, your Saab convertible interior cover can become stained. Stains can develop on your interior cover if you don't clean it regularly even though dirt, dust, and other forms of grime (especially the previously mentioned bird poop) have settled on it. Plain soap and water will most likely be insufficient against such blemishes. You'll need the help of a specialized cleaning agent to eliminate them. For that, you can go to your local grocery and purchase an ant-stain solution (this is also available in some automotive stores). If you prefer something economical, you can use a mixture of distilled vinegar and warm water. This is a particularly effective home remedy since it can get rid of even the peskiest of stains.

Fading

Your Saab convertible interior cover is fading? Well, you shouldn't be surprised. Because of the nature of your interior cover's function, it may be constantly exposed to the sun. And as you know, the sun's UV rays are damaging and can cause fading. If you don't own a covered garage, there's pretty much nothing you can do about this. The sun will always manage to get to your interior cover. The least you can do is to find the best shaded area that you can park in.

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  • Maintenance Tips: Saab Convertible Interior Cover

    Maintaining your Saab convertible interior cover will ensure that it'll continue to properly protect your ride's interior. That's why you shouldn't disregard this task. If you need help taking care of your interior cover, you can refer to our guide for it.


    Clean your interior cover from time to time.

    Most types of cloths or textiles require cleaning from time to time. It's no different for your Saab convertible interior cover. If you don't do this every once in awhile, your interior cover can develop stains or a bad odor. And you certainly won't like any of those. Stains and bad odor won't go away with just plain soap and water, after all.


    If your Saab convertible interior cover has stains or gives off an unpleasant smell, though, don't worry too much. You can still do something to get rid of those. For the former, you can use one of the many branded anti-staining solutions that are available in groceries or automotive stores. That shouldn't cost you a lot. But if you want to save even more, you can opt to utilize distilled vinegar. Yes, vinegar is an economical-and effective-alternative to a branded anti-staining solution. All you have to do is to mix it with warm water. The resulting solution should be capable of washing away even tough stains. On the other hand, bad odor can be eliminated with baking soda, which also a home remedy like the vinegar. Just apply it on your interior cover and the unpleasant smell should go away for good.


    Regularly inspect for signs of damage or wearing out.

    It's a no-brainer that a damaged or worn-out Saab convertible interior cover won't do such a good job of protecting your convertible's interior. With that said, regularly inspect your interior cover for signs of damage and wearing out. If any signs of those are present, it would be best for you to get a new interior cover. This way, you can sleep soundly at night since you know that your convertible is being protected well.


    Store your interior cover when it's not in use.

    It's important that you store your Saab convertible interior cover when it's not in use. This way, your interior cover won't needlessly get damaged or become faded due to the sun's UV rays. This is a very simple maintenance tip that's often forgotten by most interior cover users.