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Old 01-19-2011
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Really, I cant' say b i t c h i n'?
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use tuff stuff it always works well on my seats ive got the same problem u do!
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try oriental rug cleaning or else the steam cleaning procedures!!!
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Product call Awesome, get it at the dollar store down here in Texas. Dillute it down a little bit and test in an inconspicuous area. Used it on carpet and seats and it lives up to it's name. Absolutely incredible stuff....Spray it on, rub with a damp cloth and it almost seems to transfer dirt to cloth. I have taken some nasty stains out with the stuff....
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Whenever we clean our carpets in our house (bout once a year) I take the rented Rug Doctor with a little bit of the cleaning solution and run 2 gallons through my truck. In ten minutes the seats come out looking brand new! Cleaned them about a month ago after water stained the seats. It works great and the seats are dry in a matter of an hour with the windows down and parked in direct sunlight. If I get a second tomorrow when it's light out i'll snap a picture. Just my .02

also, it gives the cab a nice fresh smell :D
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I've used Denatured Alcohol and a clean terry cloth rag to scrub dried, smeared polyurethane glue and grease spots from my seats.
I just used a shop vac and carpet cleaner solution to extract what the alcohol broke up and dissolved.. Seats looked brand new and I didn't have to kill my buddy who got the glue on them.
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