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Old 03-15-2013, 07:12 AM   #1
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What's the best way to clean the carpet in my stang. I'd really like to get it cleaner than what it is lol. Any good solutions for little grease/oil stains? Thanks
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The best way is to remove the front seats and use a small steam cleaner.
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Are seats pretty easy to get out? Club soda or anything like that, would that work? Its mostly dust/dirt. I guess previous owners didn't care too much.

I've tried the carpet cleaner with the brush head and it didn't work.
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Front seats are very easy to take out. There are 4 bolts on each and a plug to unhook on the drivers seat.
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Place a towel over the kick plate on the door to avoid scratches FYI! I learned the hard way. Plus now you can reach those nooks and crannies on and around the seat, professional detainers ($200+) almost always remove the seats. At least the ones I talked to
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Old 03-16-2013, 08:51 AM   #6
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Thanks for info. It don't sound to bad to do. Yea I definitely hate trying to get between seat and console lol.
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