The owner of a MOBILE auto detailing business has highlighted why minivans are some of the dirtiest vehicles he cleans.
Greg Kasparian, CEO of Ride and Shine, based in New Jersey, revealed that this class of car is dirtier than the average car because parents transporting multiple children typically drive them.
As most motorists know, a vehicle with more passengers naturally gets dirtier faster.
Greg told The US Sun: “A lot of our customers are parents, mums and dads with kids, so it’s usually in the back seats where there’s Cheez-Its, and there’s chocolate in all the cup holders, there’s gum in every little crevice.” “
He added that the various compartments children have access to and the seat rails in minivans are areas that are particularly dirty.
Greg explained, “There are rails that you slide the seats back and forth on and so much food and dirt gets stuck in there and people never clean it up.”
This auto detailing boss is adept at cleaning areas in vehicles that are usually overlooked due to the thoroughness of his company’s most popular service, which they call the Daily Driver.
Describing the Daily Driver, Greg said: “The interior is well thought out, which means they try to keep it looking as new as possible.”
“So vacuuming, shampooing the carpets, steam cleaning, cleaning the door jambs, door panels, dash, cup holders, windows.
“Like I said, I’m just trying to make it look as new as possible.
“And then the exterior with this package is a wash, a clay, a good coat of wax or sealer, and then, you know, clean the wheels, the rims, a nice tire treatment, the windows.”