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Old 09-12-2011, 01:12 PM   #1
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94-98 Gray interior cleaning?

Hello, all! Hope you're having a good one. I have a problem here. My mustang has the two tone interior, black and gray. Sadly, my carpet is FILTHY, what products can I use to get it nice looking again? It appears to have grease in it.
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Hello, all! Hope you're having a good one. I have a problem here. My mustang has the two tone interior, black and gray. Sadly, my carpet is FILTHY, what products can I use to get it nice looking again? It appears to have grease in it.
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Well here is what I did. I had a 95 laser red v6 with the 2 tone interior like you. It looked like the good ol' boys just got done with it from a week on the farm. I took out all of my seats,(manual not powered) and my carpet. I got a bottle or two of simple green. Then I took a water hose and soaked all of it, then sprayed everything with the simple green. I let it soak for about an hour and scrubbed it with a scrub brush and washed it all out. I did that about 5 times and let it dry and it looked like it just came out of the factory. Defiantly a weekend job but it looks good when you get done. Hope this helps.
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