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    Cleaning Cloth Seats

    av tired all the foams and seats cleaners known to man just a used to be a site engineer n dirt n that gets on me seats n passenger seat stained with spilt coke whats the best stuff a can clean the seats with
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    use a rent-a-rugdoctor.i used one on some seats & they came out looking nearly new.

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    use a household carpet stain remover and a wet vac
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    I use the wet an dry cleaner
    Pick your self up a Vax cleaner from £40 an use that on the seats will clean them up no end and a lot better then the stuff in tins

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    I generally use carpet cleaner (i.e Vanish carpet stain remover) + a steamer if there are HEAVY soil marks on my seats...maybe worth a try.
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    thanks

    thanks al try vanish and that on sunday like not the end of the world not £40's worth for a mashine like lol the stuff at the pound shop's aer shite like dont wast your money
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    I use my sisters George wet vac hoover in the summer to give everything a proper clean

    Really good hoover, can hire them from tool hire places
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    HSS hire do them for about £25 a day

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    I get to hire them for free as i work for speedy hire

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    Ive tried all sorts but vanish stain remover is the best ive used. gazTD recommended it to me a while back.
    you really dont want to get the seats too wet, not even in the summer. they will take weeks/months to dry.
    i found it best just to squirt some vanish stain remover on to a damp cloth and just wipe the seats over. keep rinsing the cloth and adding the vanish if needed.

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