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gap between front seats and front door sills

Discussion in 'Detailing' started by Andy Crooks, Sep 20, 2011.

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    [Sep 20, 2011]
    How do I clean it as the adaptor on the hoover is still to big, so its leaving loads of dust and little stones in the gap and its annoying as hell!

    any ideas or tips
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    how easy is it to do that
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    i was kidding but its prety easy
    iv done it on a few cars just to sort them out
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    Find a bit of pipe or something that will fit in the gap (preferably some flexible stuff like a washing machine hose or just a piece of hose for that matter) then gaffatape it to your existing attachment.

    Job done
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    now why didnt i think of that
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