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Seat cleaning and short term bolster fix. 10 years 6 months ago #52353

Roof always down, coffee spills daily and a smoker to boot! = Major stains!

Anyway, a quick vacuum, a foam rinse and scrub soon got things back in order.

Before cleaning.

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Here's the stuff I used. 99p from 'Bargain Homes'.

Turned out a lot better than it was before cleaning.

The seat bolsters looked tatty. So, I did a short term fix with shoe shine. A great longer term fixing guide can be found by clicking here >> Leather seat renovation - How to. Courtesy of David Aiketgate.

Not a bad 2 minute job. :)

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Re: Seat cleaning. 10 years 6 months ago #52356

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Looking much better Leigh B) well done.

I bought a steam cleaner a few years ago, well worth the investment.

You can use it to clean almost every bit of your car. Upholstery and carpets are rejuvenated after a steam clean.

Not found anything better for cleaning the grout between tiles and all those hard to reach places in the bathroom.
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