Keep your vehicle clean and protect your health

At Mitsubishi Motors Ireland, the safety of our employees and customers is paramount. Always ensure to keep your vehicle clean and sanitised

Mitsubishi Motors Ireland Guide to Cleaning your Vehicle

Regular hand washing is a vital part of staying healthy as well as disinfecting surfaces including those inside your vehicle. It is advised that you wear disposable gloves for cleaning and disinfecting surfaces. If a surface appears dirty, it should be wiped down with soap and water prior to disinfection. For the interior of your vehicle, a microfiber or soft cloth dampened with soap and water can be used to wipe down hard surfaces.

It is important to be aware that while most common household disinfectants are effective, some are unsuitable for use on a vehicle such as bleach, hydrogen peroxide, benzene, thinners or other abrasive and harsh cleaners. These types of products include chemicals that can cause damage to your vehicle’s upholstery and surfaces.

Sprays which contain at least 70% alcohol and alcohol-based wipes should be used in your vehicle instead and will not cause damage. Your Smartphone Link Display Audio system should be cleaned carefully with screen wipes or a soft cloth dampened with soap and water and then wiped dry with a clean, soft cloth. Ammonia-based cleaners should not be used on the Smartphone Link Display Audio System as this can cause damage to the anti-glare and anti-fingerprint coatings.

Below are our top 20 recommended vehicle surfaces to regularly clean and disinfect:

  1. Steering wheel
  2. Vehicle key/keyrings
  3. Exterior door handles, both sides (front and back)
  4. Boot lid or tailgate grab areas
  5. Interior door handles, both sides (front and back) and interior door panels
  6. Stop/Start button, if equipped
  7. Rear view mirror, back and edges
  8. Air Conditioning vents
  9. Gear selector/gearbox
  10. Indicator lever
  11. Window wiper controls
  12. Centre console knobs
  13. Centre console and armrest
  14. Vehicle dashboard
  15. Seat belt and buckle. It is important to avoid harsh cleaners on the seat belt, as these can degrade the fibres and the strength of the seat belt.
  16. Seat belt release button
  17. Parking brake handle, parking brake or release lever
  18. Foot pedals (clutch, brake and accelerator pedals)
  19. Smartphone Link Display
  20. Sun visors

If your vehicle requires additional attention or you would prefer to get your vehicle professionally sanitised, contact your local authorised Mitsubishi who willbe more than happy to help with this. Our Mitsubishi dealerships are open for business and are available for vehicle service and repairs and many of our dealerships are offering a no-contact drop off or at home vehicle collection/delivery service. Find your local authorised Mitsubishi dealership here: https://www.mitsubishi-motors.ie/dealer-locator