Think Fast

September 09, 2016

It’s no secret, kids are dirty. If it’s stinky or sticky, our little ones possess the innate ability to get their hands into it. That’s where we come in. Interior detailing from Ziebart is not just about cleaning, it’s about protection from the germs and bacteria that are about to invade your vehicle.

That’s Disgusting –

A study conducted by the Queens University out of London shows an average of 700 different kinds of bacteria are present within car interiors, compared to 60 types in the average public toilet.* You read that right. It’s healthier to have your little ones inside a public restroom than the inside of your vehicle. But how is that possible? Simple, the attention given to the interiors of our vehicles is far less than the attention given to a public bathroom. Basic cleaning, such as vacuuming out your carpets once a year, just isn’t cuttin’ it.  

Without professional interior cleaning, our vehicles are susceptible to all kinds of viruses, germs, molds, microbes, or bacteria. Ziebart offers protection packages such as our Inner-Guard® PLUS package that will not only clean your vehicle, but make sure it stays clean! With Ziebart Germ Defender, which is included in our Inner-Guard PLUS package, we are able to protect against harmful bacterial strains and viruses such as…

  • MRSA
  • Staph
  • Type A Influenza
  • E. coli
  • Salmonella
  • Ringworm
  • Mold
  • Mildew
  • H1N1 (Swine Flu)
  • Shigellosis

The little ones aren’t the only ones to blame.  We are also responsible for some of the bacteria and mold found in our vehicles. Spilling liquids such as milk will not only leave a pungent odor and a tasteless stain, but have us feeling ill in no time. The mold growing in that little mishap gives us good reason to cry over spilt milk. If your vehicle is starting to look a bit dirty, just imagine what kind of germs are crawling around inside of it.

Don’t drive around in a petri dish, let our professionals take your ride from dirty to DANG! 

*Is Your Car Making You Sick? - April, 15th, 2014  

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