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Old 06-05-2002, 18:08   #1 (permalink)
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Cleaning cloth seats

Hi,

The cloth seats in the UA are looking a bit grotty and I want to give them a good clean on the weekend.

Any suggestions for cleaning products that work well?
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Ive found Simple Green to work well, pick it up at most hardware stores for less than $10
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Ive found that around 1 lid (50ml) of cold power, mixed in with around 1 Litre of water helps clean up Cotton and Poly Cotton material used in seats, as well as rear parcel tray carpets etc.

If you have grey seats, or lightish colour seats, then using a little bit of powdered bleach (Fabric) mixed in with the above will make the fabric a lighter and brighter colour. A lot of Bleach will turn Fabric that is sooo grotty that you wouldnt touch, in to something very very clean.

Just remember though, If you use bleach, you will need to go over the area again with some soapy water to remove the bleach so the doesnt feel yucky !

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Cool, thanks for the suggestions....Are those foaming cleaners alright to use also?
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