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Old 09-27-2013, 09:12 PM   #1
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Cleaning car's seats and carpets


Can you guys recommend a product that works well, and is easy to use? Thanks

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Old 09-28-2013, 09:24 AM   #2
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get an inexpensive carpet cleaning machine, carpet soap, and a brush. spray some carpet soap on, let it set for about 10 mins. then brush it. then use the carpet machine on it.

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Thanks. Are you talking about buying or renting one? Because I'm not going to buy one just to do this.
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One aerosol can of foaming ( any brand ) carpet cleaner - follow directions
One unit of left hand elbow grease
One unit of right hand elbow grease
One soft bristle ( ambidextrous ) brush
One vacuum
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It depends on how dirty it is and what the dirt is. A rental carpet cleaner with the upholstery hose can work pretty well. Be careful with soaking things down, airbag and electrical systems don't like getting wet.
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Old 09-30-2013, 04:12 PM   #6
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One aerosol can of foaming ( any brand ) carpet cleaner - follow directions
One unit of left hand elbow grease
One unit of right hand elbow grease
One soft bristle ( ambidextrous ) brush
One vacuum
Best, easiest, and cheapest advice one can give. Simonize has a great product. Have cleaned up dry dinosaur poop with that stuff. (not really but you catch my drift)

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