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Jmilz08 04-22-2012 02:38 PM

Stain on Seat
 
I was wondering whats the best product to get a stain out without discoloring the cloths seats, I have a 2010 unlimited

Yadkin 04-22-2012 03:43 PM

Re: Stain on Seat
 
It depends on what the stain is. If its grease you need a grease remover, etc. For a simple stain you won't believe what Windex will do followed up by a shop vac, then rinse with water and vacuum again. For nasty stuff you can use a Carbona product, tailored to the stain.

Jmilz08 04-22-2012 05:26 PM

Re: Stain on Seat
 
Hmm I havnt Tried windex yet I'll give that a try thanks

TJXJWJ 04-25-2012 07:58 AM

Re: Stain on Seat
 
I've had a lot of luck with a product called Blue Magic...they sell it at the Zone. My wife's WK cloth seats are a real PITA. If you do just a spot, the spot will come clean, but then you'll see a mark where it was wet, so I've resorted to doing the entire bench with a bucket of warm water and using that Blue Magic. I get it evenly wet, scrubbed, and then shop vac the hell out of it. Once it dries, it looks like new.

Yadkin 04-25-2012 10:27 AM

Re: Stain on Seat
 
Spray scotchguard on the just-cleaned cloth seat and it won't get as dirty as fast.

DetailedImage.com 04-25-2012 02:15 PM

Re: Stain on Seat
 
The 303 Cleaner & Spot Remover is my top choice for fabrics and I also use this on vinyl, plastic, rubber and more. Spray the stain and agitate it with a bristle brush in different directions. If needed repeat this process and dip your brush in a tray of hot water and it should come out very well.

If you want to protect any fabric afterward just let it dry completely and mist the 303 High Tech Fabric Guard on it. The fabric will look completely normal and feel normal yet it repels stains and moisture.

Good luck!

Greg @ DI

TJXJWJ 04-25-2012 02:43 PM

Re: Stain on Seat
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by DetailedImage.com (Post 618981)
The 303 Cleaner & Spot Remover is my top choice for fabrics and I also use this on vinyl, plastic, rubber and more. Spray the stain and agitate it with a bristle brush in different directions. If needed repeat this process and dip your brush in a tray of hot water and it should come out very well.

If you want to protect any fabric afterward just let it dry completely and mist the 303 High Tech Fabric Guard on it. The fabric will look completely normal and feel normal yet it repels stains and moisture.

Good luck!

Greg @ DI

I used to use this stuff on my Wrangler's soft top...it repels water like crazy. Smells a little at first, but well worth it.


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