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Help removing oil/grease from front seats

Discussion in 'Detailing' started by technics100, Apr 3, 2006.

  1. technics100
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    I have got grease / oil on my front seats. There just normal navy cloth seats. anyone know what to use to shift the grease?

    cheers
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    White spirit will work, but try to dab and soak it up not rub as this will spread it. Will smell a bit so soapy water afterwards
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    Autoglym interior shampoo - I have been seriously surprised how good this stuff is over the weekend and that's on Yellow Alcantara!

    You do actually need to follow the instructions though - clean damp cotton cloth and it'll sort it.
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    If none of the off the shelf stuff works, try brown paper on the grease then iron it will a hot iron, it'll draw the grease onto the paper
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    to top it all off, I got battery acid all over the back seat today. sponged it down as much as possible, so still wet. Not sure if it will stain. Hope not.. will try the autoglym and maybe white spirit..
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