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BeccaaCat

Interior Cleaning

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My daughter has managed to spill a cup of juice on my back seat (fabric interior) and now it's got a huge water mark kind of stain on it.

It's not hugely visible but I know it's there!!

Anyone know how to get rid of it?

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My daughter has managed to spill a cup of juice on my back seat (fabric interior) and now it's got a huge water mark kind of stain on it.

It's not hugely visible but I know it's there!!

Anyone know how to get rid of it?

If it's fabric then I would recommend getting a carpet cleaner with an extension on for hand use. I took the seats out of my Mk3 Fiesta (Should be able to do it in yours) and gave them a good clean, came up as new.

I know you should be able to find a place which you can rent the Rug Doctor from and that's supposed to be good. I used a VAX carpet cleaner as we had one around. I'd say that would b the best bet.

You could also try things like 1001 stain remover but if it's soaked in then it's probably not coming out with that and will have to be sucked out with a carpet cleaner.

:)

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Vanish powerfoam for carpets. Spray it on, brush it in the leave it for 20mins then Hoover the seat

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I use dry clean spray foam and then apply a lght coat over the entire seat. follow the instructions and it all dries equally and with no marks.

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Yes, to stop the edge mark, you will have to clean/soak the complete fob/seat.

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