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Cloth Cleaning

Discussion in 'Detailing' started by czm, Mar 5, 2013.

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    [Mar 5, 2013]
    I have really enjoyed doing the exterior but now it is tiem to tackle the interior.

    There are number of water stainy type marks on the front seats.
    Anybody got any suggestions on the best way to wash/clean the cloth seats on my Audi A4 avant sport?
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    [Mar 8, 2013]
    I use chemical guys fabric cleaner, scrub it in, rinse, and then Hoover as much excess water as you can so it doesn't dry with water marks. Or just pay someone to valet it for you.
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    [Mar 9, 2013]
    Use a cleaner which doesn't foam too much - otherwise it takes days to dry and can start forming mildew/growing mould.

    Whatever you use, use it sparingly for the same reason as above. Chemical Guys Fabric cleaner is pretty good - a couple of light sprays, scrub fairly gently with a medium brush (too soft doesn't do much, too hard can wear the fabric) up and down, then side to side and then rub in small circles with a microfibre to soak up as much as possible. If you have a wet/dry vacuum cleaner, use that to soak up as much as possible before the microfibre stage.
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