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Stain on cloth seat!

Discussion in 'Detailing' started by tris88, Nov 26, 2007.

  1. tris88
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    [Nov 26, 2007]
    Hi guys,

    Wondered if you'd be able to help. What's best to get rid of the stain (not a clue where it came from but might have been from a pizza box I placed onto my passenger seat :motz:) not sure though.

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    Basically I tried Meguiars carpet and interior cleaner on it and did what the instructions said to...all that happened was the stain got bigger :sorry:

    Any ideas?

    Cheers
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    I find Meguiar's All Purpose Cleaner (diluted 10:1 to start with) sprayed on the area, scrubbed with upholstery brush, and then patted dry normally does the trick on cloth. It has certainly served me well. A good fabric guard is also worth its weight in gold once the repaired area is dry. I have the charcoal cloth interior combined with a 4 year old and it has been cleansed and protected well over the last 6 months. Before that, it would stain with the least wee dropping.:icon_thumright:
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    Ahh okay i'll give that a try, any fabric guards you reccommend (I have some messy mates at times)
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    [Nov 27, 2007]
    303 Fabric Guard, from 303 products who also make the awesome Aerospace Protectant. It's the only FG I've tried and I think it's the only one I'll ever use.

    I think Polished Bliss should be selling this product! but they dont. I'm sure Rich might be open to some persuasion though.

    You'll get it from Tim at cleanyourcar.co.uk

    Cheers:icon_thumright:
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    Brilliant, thanks for the info! :)
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    Looking in to it, used to be a supply chain issue, but might have a workaround now. Good to hear it works as well as what I have been told by others. :icon_thumright:
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