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Old 03-02-2012, 04:12 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Does anyone know a way to remove water stains from interior fabric. Not the max, but the GF left her sunroof open during a rain storm in her Subby. Now there are water stains on the seat and floor. Local place told her that there nothing they can do, but I find that hard to believe.
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Old 03-02-2012, 04:46 PM   #2
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shampoo wash at a detail shop?
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Go rent a Rug Doctor with the upholstery attachment. I find it hard to believe they wont come out.
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Try Oxy Clean, it's suppose to get rid of any type of organic stain.
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Try a good carpet cleaner. I've been using Wolfgang carpet/upholstery cleaner from Autogeek with good results. It works so well that my wife started using it on the carpets inside the house. I've never specifically tested it solely on water stains though.
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Try using a mild upholstery cleaner that does not require rinsing. (test a small spot to make sure it does not harm the fabric)

Using a spray bottle and a very soft bristle brush or a soft white cloth or rag, wet the entire surface of the seat. Use the brush or rag in circular motions to work in the cleaner and by wetting the entire surface the water stains should disappear when dry. If you get the surface too wet, use a white towel to blot the seat dry. (The white towel and rags are used to prevent transferring any dyed colors from bleeding or rubbing off on to the seats.)

Use the same method for the the carpet. Make sure it is 100% dry before putting floor mats down.

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