How To Protect Your Car’s Interior with Upholstery Protectant

October 27, 2014

Protecting your car’s interior is an effective way to protecting the car’s overall value. From the sun’s UV rays to children and pets, your car’s interior is at risk of tearing, staining, fading, and moisture damage. And that’s not even listing the beating that boat interiors face!


Just a little bit of preventative maintenance now can help you avoid costly repairs or replacements down the road. Using ColorBond’s upholstery protectant, you’ll be able to defend the beauty and look of your car’s interior from daily wear and tear.

Application of Upholstery Protectant

Applying our upholstery protector is a simple process. First, completely clean and dry the surface to be protected. This is a key step as any dirt or contaminants can reduce the effectiveness of the protectant. Then, apply the protectant evenly across the surface and wipe off any excess. That’s it!

Other Ways to Protect Upholstery

While our upholstery protectants are very effective products, consider a multi-pronged approach to preserve your car’s interior and save you time and money:

  • Sun shades
  • Car covers
  • Window tinting
  • Regular cleaning
  • Ban drinks, food, kids, and pets from the car


Your car, truck, or boat is one of the biggest investments you can make. Avoid being a restoration horror story by neglecting to protect that interior! ColorBond’s upholstery protectant is available in flat, gloss, and satin finishes.