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Old 07-17-2001   #1
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Cloth Interior cleaning?

For the guys with cloth interior cars, how do you guys clean the interiors of your cars and remove stains from areas such as the carpet and seats? I'm currently in the process of doing a restoration on my car. I'd appreciate any ideas. Thanks.
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Re: Cloth Interior cleaning?

There is a cleaner called Bissels... I get it at Candian Tire.. has a brush on the end and the foam comes out from the brush, this stuff works good... you can use anything really.. just make sure you have a powerful wet/dry vac.
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Upholstry Cleaning

I have rented carpet cleaning machines with upholstery tools to do my seats and carpet which comes up very good. However, you must not use bleach, as it will fade the colour in both your seats and carpet. I had my carpet redeye but have been advised by upholstery shops in my city and the Third Generation parts site you can not dye the cloth fabric. After they were dry I bought a few cans of 3M scotch guard from Wal-Mart to protect the cloth.

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Upholstery Cleaning

I have rented carpet cleaning machines with upholstery tools to do my seats and carpet which comes up very good. However, you must not use bleach, as it will fade the colour in both your seats and carpet. I had my carpet redeye but have been advised by upholstery shops in my city and the Third Generation parts site you can not dye the cloth fabric. After they were dry I bought a few cans of 3M scotch guard from Wal-Mart to protect the cloth.

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