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    The Mammoth Task!

    haha right guys, i just bought a new car from a guy with kids (you can see where this is going) ive removed the seats to clean underneath (haribo would burst into tears if they knew! lol)

    Although ive cleaned underneath and visually its looking pretty decent now, but quite frankly...it smells, smells like messy kids lol

    So ALLLLL ideas are most welcome, what should i do!

    got some red leather interior incoming tomorrow so that should take the smell from the cloth seats out of the equation, but im sure the carpets and roof lining etc are still gonna smell.

    Products, processes, equipment, all help appreciated, what should i do!
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    Rent a wet and dry vacum. Scrub carpets with some multi purpose cleaner. Agitate with a nail brush and suck it out with the vax. Should return the carpets to showroom condition

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    I like Autoglym interior shampoo. I had a car once that the roof lining was quite filthy. the shampoo brought it looking brand new. and it smells good too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by russ9898 View Post
    Rent a wet and dry vacum. Scrub carpets with some multi purpose cleaner. Agitate with a nail brush and suck it out with the vax. Should return the carpets to showroom condition
    great tip thanks mate! think the cleaner should remov ethe smell too? and is it expensive to rent a cleaner?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fraggle View Post
    I like Autoglym interior shampoo. I had a car once that the roof lining was quite filthy. the shampoo brought it looking brand new. and it smells good too.
    that stuff easy to use mate? they've got a 3 for 2 on cleaning products in Halfords atm so i may just have to go and blow about 50 quid
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