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Choclate on my Seats

So I think I can trust my buddy with a butterfinger in my truck. He asks if I mind I said go a head. Well he ended up getting chocolate all over the seat. Its not melted but its kindof ground in.

Whats the best way of cleaning this without staining the seat or making it worse?
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Hot water and a rag?
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Hot water and a rag?
wont water spot the seats? Its on both the black and the silver sections of the seat.
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It didn't on mine but I didn't have chocolate. I wouldn't try it then. I know they sell stuff at stores you can spray on and clean it off but I cant think of any of the right now.
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I used that spray on apholstry cleaner to do mine. It took 2 year old hot sauce stains out, so......yeah. Just spray it on, rub/scrub it in, vaccume out, and let it dry.
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I would make the fool lick the **** up!!!I hate it when people spill **** in my truck.. I had some fool actually light up a cig in my truck.. made him walk his *** the rest of the way home
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Try using some Resolve carpet cleaner, not the aerosol or the upholstery cleaner, but the pump spray carpet cleaner. Spray it on, let it sit a couple minutes, then go at it with a scrub brush and warm water. You may have to do the whole panel of the seat affected so there's not a spot. It will look normal again when it dries out. Works good on the carpets also. The guy I bought my last truck from was amazed when he saw it a week after I bought it... he thought I had redone the interior, LOL.
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OR, you could take it to a detail shop and give your buddy the bill
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