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How to Protect Your Land Rover from Dirt & Grime

Land Rovers are the type of vehicle that have been designed to get a little bit down and dirty, but that doesn't mean you want it to look like that all of the time...

By Tracy HillPublished 4 months ago 3 min read
How to Protect Your Land Rover from Dirt & Grime
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Land Rovers are the type of vehicle that have been designed to get a little bit down and dirty, but that doesn't mean you want it to look like that all of the time. However, there are steps that you can take to protect your vehicle from dirt and make it easier to remove, so here are some of our top tips when it comes to keeping your Land Rover gleaming and fresh.


One of the best weapons against the dirt in your Land Rover is a vacuum. This isn’t just for the sake of keeping it tidy, it also helps to prevent added wear and tear or discolouration. Try to make sure that you vacuum regularly to remove dirt and dust particles that can act as allergens and help to damage your car.

Fabric protection

When it comes to your Land Rover, every bit of your car needs protection from the dirt. Combinations of muddy boots, pets and bikes can all help to bring the outside inside, leaving no surface in your vehicle free from grime and mud. It is therefore just as important to protect the interior of your Land Rover, and it is the fabrics that are the most vulnerable.

Your seats can be exposed to all sorts of damp and dirt as you drive home from another adventure, and they can be extremely difficult to clean. That is why installing seat covers for Land Rover is a particularly popular option. These have been designed around the dimensions of your vehicle to ensure a snug fit, and not only protect the seats underneath but are also easily removable when you need to clean them.

Another great way to protect the interior of your car is with a boot liner. It is easy to open the boot and user the dogs inside or dump muddy equipment, but it means that dirt can build up quicky. A boot liner can help to protect all the sides of your boot from dirt and scratches, keeping it looking as good as new.

Dirt and grime is not just unsightly, it can also do permanent damage to your car, so it is best to ensure that you protect it in as many ways as possible. This will help to keep it your pride and joy for longer and it can also ensure that you achieve your maximum resale value when the time comes to sell it on.

Keep food out

One of the biggest sources of dirt, marks and stains in any car is those left behind by food and drink, and your Land Rover will be no exception. It is very easy for dribbles of coffee, crisps crumbs and chocolate covered fingers to leave their mark on your car, and some of the stains can be very difficult to get rid of. Therefore, the best way to protect your car is to stop anyone bringing food or drink into it. By putting this rule in place, you can eliminate a big cause of the problems and keep your car looking great.


If you chose the leather seat option for your Land Rover, then you sometimes need to do more than just cover it. Make sure you wipe any leather over with a specialist leather cleaner to refresh it and care for it.

Looking after your Land Rover means that you will always be ready for your next adventure with a vehicle that is clean, gleaming and ready for action. You can help to preserve your resale value and have a car that you can love for many years to come.

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About the Creator

Tracy Hill

Tracy Hill is the Marketing Manager for Mudd-e, a car interior protection manufacturer based in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire. All of their products including bespoke boot liners, boot trays, seat covers and more are made in Britain.

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