^^^^^That is great advice^^^^ and works well. If you have or can get one, a crevice attachment works well also.SEL said:Use a detailing brush to loosen those hard to reach areas or even better, if you have an air compressor use this to blow out the air while simultaneously vacuuming any debris (ol' detailing trick).
I hope this helps.
If you don't have an air compressor, you can pick up an aerosol can of air that they sell for cleaning computer keyboards. Similar to these, costco best bang for your buck.SEL said:if you have an air compressor use this to blow out the air while simultaneously vacuuming any debris (ol' detailing trick).
If you have an upright vacuum with one of those small roller attachments for furniture, that takes pet hair right out of the carpet in the Acadia. It’s the only thing I’ve found that works. It doesn’t get it 100%, but it’s definitely better than nothing!stevemel said:Even the black carpet is hard to keep clean. Shows dirt, dust, rocks and grass. Hairs get trapped in the carpet and are hard to vac up. I've tried lint rollers but they don't work either. My solution was rubber mats.