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When it comes to car cleaning and detailing, James Stauffer is a straight-up miracle worker. If you take a look through his YouTube channel, Stauffer Garage, you can check out a number of different projects where Stauffer worked his magic on car interiors that were absolute disaster zones and made them look like they were brand new. Simply put, the dude’s got a gift.

But, James had his work cut out for him when he took on the interior of a 2002 Ford Escape, which, in his own words, was “by far the dirtiest and nastiest complete disaster interior detail I have ever done.” Stauffer bought the car for $600 on Facebook Marketplace, so he definitely got what he paid for here. Using a number of effective tools and techniques, though, he had the inside of this thing looking pretty damn close to being fresh off the lot.

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Fortunately, for all you DIY enthusiasts out there, James provided a list of all the products he used for the project, which just so happen to all be available on Amazon. Let’s take a look!

Wagner Spraytech Steam Cleaner

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Sandia Spotter 50-1000 Carpet Extractor

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Drillbrush All Purpose Power Scrubber Cleaning Kit

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DEWALT DCK277C2 20V MAX Compact Brushless Drill and Impact Combo Kit

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La’s Totally Awesome All Purpose Concentrated Cleaner

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Chemical Guys Silk Shine Sprayable Dry-To-The-Touch Dressing

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Invisible Glass Premium Glass Cleaner

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Detailing Brush (Set of 5)

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Keter Folding Compact Workbench

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