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Old 05-29-2008
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go to walmart, buy a can of like carpet cleaner stuff. idk what its called, but its red and has a scrubby brush on the top of the spray can. get some spot cleaner, and spray the seats(i did my carpet too) let it soak for a little while. then spray the seats with the spray cleaner and scrub scrub scrub. then use a shop vac and suck everything out.
my truck after i did it:
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I'm too lazy to go outside now and take one. Listening to smashing pumpkins and drinking orange juice.
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i have the 2002 fx4 seats aka the jaguar looking pattern and it looks similar to the material as the ones in the edge. I have a can of this Blue Coral upholstry cleaner. It too has a scrub brush thing on top, which sucks, but the cleaner does an ok job. It's the only thing i've ever used so there is probably something better out there.
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Need to clean the interior (badly) of my 98 Ranger. I've cleaned carpets and seats before so I have a plan there, but How do I clean the cloth-covered headliner?

Can I take it out, or is it bonded to a cheap shell like GM did?
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I believe it's bonded, which is normal for vehicles, however, to clean, you're going to need a steam cleaner, and i don't mean one of those things listed at the start of this thread, which uses steam at no point during it's operation.

Getting the headliner wet will make a mess of the glue holding it up, hence the need for a steam cleaner to clean it.
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Interesting, just found replacement kits for DIY covering on Ebay, reasonably priced.

They cover all years of Rangers. Think I'd rather go that route.
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