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Old 05-21-2002, 02:50   #1 (permalink)
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Cleaning Seatbelts

Does anyone know the best way to clean a seatbelt?? My seatbelts in my car have come all sticky and as a result it doesn't fully retract. A bit embarassing when the passenger hopes out, shuts there door, you drive for a couple of hours, and realise the seatbelt has been hanging out all this time.

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Theres a carpet cleaner called 'plush'.....tis great as you only use the foam things dont get too wet......& if it can get really bad stains (oily type) out of my car seats I'm sure it will work on seat belts too

I would use it with a nail brush to really get into the fibre
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