I see now... it doesn't seem complicateddarsben and Old_Crow have the right idea.
You need an extractor, which is what Bissel makes. They have a couple of different models including ones which use steam. Or you can have a mobile detailer bring a professional unit and extract the seats and carpets with it. They lay down fabric cleaning solution, and then use hot water or steam to rinse, and a strong vacuum to suck it all up. Then, you let the upholstery air dry the rest of the way.
Aah... I like it... Thx.I have this one and it works great. I do my car seats and carpets about once a year.
Follow up with Fabreze "Air" flavor. Or Linen and the car smells great.
Correct. I don't see a way of removing the covers (one video showed how they dismount the entire seat and bring it inside the house and then work on it on a table...) also they needed special players... etc.I guess I don't see, you want to clean the seat upholstery without removing the aftermarket seat covers first???