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Old 02-15-2006
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Tips for Stains and Inbedded Dirt

Most of you already know about this, but for the ones who dont...
Find a small brush, not hair brush, but one you find under the sink or in the utilities department at walmart. Use that to scrub at the fabric seats or carpet and even on vynl flooring to work out spill stains and dried mud spots in the truck. Its really good at working out the fine mud crushed into the seats from the night before. Also try vacuming and wiping down with a damp rag right after. I had to do it to my 99 Blazer after we completely covered it in mud inside and out, and it looked like new when I traded it in...for the Ranger!
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Old 02-16-2006
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i vacum my vynl floor and use foaming wheel and tire cleaner on my vynl floor let it set for a minute(if its really bad) and wipe it up with a rag

wheel and tire cleaner are like my multi ranger cleaner tires, wheels, fender flares, lower valance,vynl floor,window ruber plastic,back bumper,mud flaps and much much more
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Old 02-17-2006
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Good Idea on the floor. I always used that stuff for everything, but i didnt think about the floor, but again I just got it.
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