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Old 10-12-2011, 04:57 PM   #1
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What's the best method of cleaning cloth seats? Got a mild stain in the back seat of my 04. I have the black and grey seats. Used to use seat covers and I regret not leaving them on.
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I've used resolve carpet cleaner on mine but it took a little while.
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What's the best method of cleaning cloth seats? Got a mild stain in the back seat of my 04. I have the black and grey seats. Used to use seat covers and I regret not leaving them on.
Hmm. I hate that. I'd try Fizzion for just a stain removal. It works great for dog and cat urine. If the seats need a cleaning anyway it might be time to shampoo.

Edit: Amazon has Fizzion, I personally don't own it because my dog is perfect. Just kidding about my dog. I pet-sit one of my clients had some (and a cat that couldn't stop peeing on everything) and it worked great.
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So I can use regular carpet shampoo?
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You can, they also have some spray can stuff at the auto parts store that will take it out immediately. It has a strong odor and may lighten dark colors. I tried some on grey seats and it worked quick but the odor gave me a headache so I used resolve.
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You can, they also have some spray can stuff at the auto parts store that will take it out immediately. It has a strong odor and may lighten dark colors. I tried some on grey seats and it worked quick but the odor gave me a headache so I used resolve.
Thx for the info. Thats what I'm more worried about is discoloring the darker part of the seat.
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take the seat out of the back, easy to get access to it to scrub etc, you can try woolite etc or some other stain remover and repeat until its gone
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take the seat out of the back, easy to get access to it to scrub etc, you can try woolite etc or some other stain remover and repeat until its gone
Great idea!! Thanks! Learned my lesson about letting kids eat in the car. They're lucky we were on a 6 hr trip or it wouldn't have happened in the first place. Lol
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Anyone know the best remedy for removing chewing gum from the back seat? Some jackass gave my 3 year old a stick of gum, needless to say it is now strung all over my back seat!
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Anyone know the best remedy for removing chewing gum from the back seat? Some jackass gave my 3 year old a stick of gum, needless to say it is now strung all over my back seat!
This stuff works really well. If you have leather an Ice cube will work.

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Great idea!! Thanks! Learned my lesson about letting kids eat in the car. They're lucky we were on a 6 hr trip or it wouldn't have happened in the first place. Lol
Your nice I don't let anyone but me eat, or drink anything besides water in my car.

I've detailed way too many cars and I've seen what food and drink can do to the insides. If I ever get married and have kids my cars will all have the weather-tech floor liner and floor mats and seat covers.
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So I can use regular carpet shampoo?
Yes you can but depending on the severity of the stain it may require pre-treatment.
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take the seat out of the back, easy to get access to it to scrub etc, you can try woolite etc or some other stain remover and repeat until its gone
Make sure any cleaning soution is tried out in a spot of the cloth were its not noticeable incase it discolorates it wont ruin ur seats.
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