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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-13-2010, 04:26 PM Thread Starter
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Hey Guys, what is the best product to clean the black cloth seats, make them look new again. There are stains on them that don't come out. Thanks for your help.
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Upholstery foam cleaner or use a carpet cleaner with fabric detergent like a Rugdoctor (with the detachable hose).

I use the second option.
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I use a "Little green steam machine" and this stuff:

Cleans it right up. stains are gone. I use the lemon one.

I ran across it by accident and the guy at a vacume repair shop talked me into just trying one bottle...
I did and its awesome stuff....

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Thanks Abyssul and Lampoon I will try them out this weekend

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I used some kind of foaming car upholstery cleaner and it worked fine. It was a pain to use though- spraying, rubbing, trying to wash it out with water and whatever the instructions said. I wish I just got off my butt and grabbed my mom's steam cleaner out from inside the house and used that lol


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