Mildew is a type of mould that can abound on many at variance surfaces. It normally appears thin and darkened, however may besides be alabaster. Mildew grows in humid heat. It can expand on seat belts provided they carry wet from pour or spilled liquids and then are retracted while yet damp.5. Leave the windows open and air-dry the seat belt (in direct sunlight, if possible). Prevent the belt from retracting by looping it over the steering wheel, the shift lever, or a window crank handle or door handle.
Brush off the surface mildew gone the van, whether imaginable, to prevent scattering it encircling the car interior. Otherwise, you can brush it into a plastic bag and then throw the bag away.
2. Use a sponge or rag to hand-wash the seat belt with laundry detergent; then rinse it with a clean wet rag.
3. Wipe down the seat belt with a rag moistened with one part rubbing alcohol and one part water if the detergent doesn't do the trick, and rinse again.
4. Use a commercial disinfectant household cleaner if any mildew still remains, following directions on the product labeling. These cleaners may discolor the seat belt fabric, so you should spot-test the cleaner on a very small area first.
Seat belts must be cleaned without removing them to insure their safety functioning remains sound.