A MECHANIC who has seen hundreds of cars covered in mold has discovered it takes an amount of £1.25 to solve the problem.
Cesar Martinez gave you his “God bless” advice if you’re trying to get rid of stubborn water stains in your vehicle.
The motor expert explained that in the winter months, rain can come through the doors and cause unpleasant mold to form on the seat belts.
In a helpful way Video Posted on TikTok, Cesar explained: “Instant mold and mildew stain remover works great, just spray, no need to scrub, just spray and let it do its thing.”
He demonstrated applying a generous coat to the seatbelt.
“Leave the windows or car doors open as it smells very strong and is unlikely to be pleasant to inhale,” he added.
“After 15 minutes you can see this – no mold.”
One impressed driver commented: “I bought a car with unknown water damage and the seat belts look the same.”
“This is a gift from God.”
A savvy shopper discovered a similar spray to the one Cesar uses at Home Bargains.
They shared their find on the Mrs Hinch Cleaning Tips Facebook group and wrote: “My vertical blinds were full of mould. I used this mold and mildew spray from Home Bargains for £1.25.”
“Sprayed it on and left it on for 15 minutes and it was gone!”
People were quick to comment, praising the spray for its “quick results.”
One Facebook user said: “Brilliant stuff. Use it for my blinds and walls.”
Another said: “Worked for me too. I sprayed it on and when I went back to scrub her it was already gone and hasn’t come back since.”
While a third added: “Yes it’s a real game-changer and I use it around the house.”
The same mold spray is available for £1 at Poundland and £1.19 at B&M and Asda.
Dettol also offers a similar item, although at the more expensive price of £3.50.
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In the meantime, here are some supermarket essentials for under £1 that could keep your car sparkling.
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