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Old 02-21-2008
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Anyone know how to get this stain out?
It's from mountain dew.

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mountain dew made a red x???

weird!
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Try any carpet or fabric cleaner. Maybe soap and water.
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Anyone know how to get this stain out?
It's from mountain dew.

http://good-times.webshots.com/photo...02956930snHhoe



Shouldnt have any drinks in that holder if you plan on romping the gas.. I know.. I've done it a few times meself


Easiest way.. get some Oxy Clean car interior wash.. let it sit for a minute, then suck it all out with a vacuum.. should look brand new =)
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Car wash with the windows down???
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Take it to your mother, she'll know what to do, works for me when I have cleaning to hard for me.
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I was going say something else, but that's quite the wet spot......so I'll leave it be. LOL
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First off a lady should not sit on the center console.
Get some "Shout" it works great. As they say "Shout" it out. Works best when the stain is "fresh".
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there should be like 3 or 4 screws to pop the lid off, then you can take it inside the house and wash it in your sink
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alright dude here goes but im not responsible if you mess it up haha.. My father showed me how to do this grab a bucket of HOT wear rubber gloves HOT soapy water and a ( clean Rag) a bottle of Degreaser ( comes in a yellow bottle with Red writing on it) even the Purple power degreaser is ok but u Blot the stain with the Hot soapy water get it damp . Squirt the stain let it stand about 4 seconds then start to wipe it out with the Soapy water wash it REALY GOOD with the hot soapy water but dont let the degreaser sit to long or it will stain the faberic BUT if you do it right u can get ANYTHING out of faberic and its great on door pannels and such too
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