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Old 11-14-2011, 09:40 AM   #36
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Re: Halloween party creates mess for Mustang!

How are cockroaches useful?
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Nuclear war..?
Was wondering the sane thing.. haha!
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How are cockroaches useful?
They eat a lot of stuff especially in land fills they help decompose garbage. Fecal matter, etc. Nasty critters though
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Re: Halloween party creates mess for Mustang!

I just spotted this; I was a custodian for a few years at a grade school. A strong vacuum is your best bet in cleaning up glitter... a lint roller would work well too...
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I think the lint roller idea would work the best.
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The lint Roller works great on Fabric actually between the lintroller and vacuum it came off the seatbelt. The roller didn't do great on the Leather, but it works. I've been getting paper towel moistened with water and a spritz of All Purpose cleaner heavily diluted, of course on the leather. I haven't messed with it in a week.
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Re: Halloween party creates mess for Mustang!

congrats, you will now find glitter for years to come (if you own the vehicle that long)
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congrats, you will now find glitter for years to come (if you own the vehicle that long)
Jeez.. Time to sell.
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I decided last night was the perfect night to take the Mustang to a Halloween party, one of my guests had glitter on and now it is all over the Leather and the seat belt any ideas, or strategies to take it off?

use a lint roller
...better late than never lol

this just popped up
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