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i have what looks like grease stains on my back seats from previous owner anyone got any ides thatll clean and get rid of any stains??? thanks :biggrin:
 

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coca cola, or ginger ale usualy works on grease old grease stains..... leave it for a hour then rinse well......

or, you can use dish soap (like palmolive) mixed with laundry (powdered type) detergent..

both do a test area first for fading.... :biggrin: :biggrin: :biggrin:
 

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Originally posted by Volv_lo@Sep 17 2003, 11:07 AM
coca cola, or ginger ale usualy works on grease old grease stains..... leave it for a hour then rinse well......

or, you can use dish soap (like palmolive) mixed with laundry (powdered type) detergent..

both do a test area first for fading.... :biggrin: :biggrin: :biggrin:
yes,

club soda is a favorite because it won't leave any sugar behind.

:cheesy: ,

cc
 

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Mix some Woolight in water and gently sponge it into the stain. Vacuum out all the moisture when done.
 

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use kirby shampoo they sell it at any vacuum cleaner store im a kirby salesmen it really works it wont discolor and the stain wont come back mix kirby shampoo and hot water not cold and apply it and vacuum it out and it dries in less that 30 minutes so there u go .peace "Oscy"
 

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rub baby powder into the grease stain and lay a piece of loose leaf paper over it and steam it...let it dry and vaccum it off....might take a few times but its good for delicate fabrics...the baby powder draws the grease out
 
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