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Well what I hoped wouldnt happen did. The gf spilled some coffee on my seats. Anyone have any tips to get out the stain out of my sport seats? Tried water and had no luck. Any help would be great.
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That is why you never let women drink or eat in your truck. In my truck only water no exceptions. Try some DP interior cleaner from Autogeek.com
Spritz some 50-50 mix Simple Green with water on the stain and rub back and forth with a folded damp face towel.
Follow with a dry towel.
I just got some sort of stain out of my seat doing that earlier this week.
I've used that procedure on vehicle seats and rugs before with decent success.
Spritz some 50-50 mix Simple Green with water on the stain and rub back and forth with a folded damp face towel.
Follow with a dry towel.
I just got some sort of stain out of my seat doing that earlier this week.
I've used that procedure on vehicle seats and rugs before with decent success.

SG works wonders on many things, but it can be harsh on some interiors.
oxyclean... i swear by it
oxyclean... i swear by it
haha That guy on TV who sells that product cracks me up. Along with the ShamWOW guy haha:lol:
Billy Mays and the guy that got arrested for hitting a hooker? :lol:

This is why I got seat covers for my truck. Girlfriend is messy. She blames dropping her ice cream on my seats on me driving "too fast". :D
SG works wonders on many things, but it can be harsh on some interiors.
Maybe but I dilute SG 50-50 with water and never had any problem using it on seats or carpets.I don't use SG on leather,though.
I took out a whatever stain from the seat that was left by the dealer service dept. last week using SG.
Never rub. Always spray a little, let it soak a bit, and blot.
I asked Pb (a detailing god) a very similar question a little while ago. He said to use a bissel steam cleaner like these...

http://www.walmart.com/catalog/product.do?product_id=9863572

http://www.walmart.com/catalog/product.do?product_id=3957089&findingMethod=rr


Use HOT water and a good upholstery cleaner.

I used a larger model steam cleaner with an upholstery attachment to remove several spots from last waterfowl season. Seats look good as new.
I asked Pb (a detailing god) a very similar question a little while ago. He said to use a bissel steam cleaner like these...

http://www.walmart.com/catalog/product.do?product_id=9863572

http://www.walmart.com/catalog/product.do?product_id=3957089&findingMethod=rr


Use HOT water and a good upholstery cleaner.

I used a larger model steam cleaner with an upholstery attachment to remove several spots from last waterfowl season. Seats look good as new.
Those are very nice for over the counter. If you are a pro detailer then these are bad ass http://www.autogeek.net/carpet-hot-water-extractors.html :thumbsup:

Anyone can learn how to become a good detailer with simple reading, research, testing products, and practice. If you have quality products it makes a world of difference!
Those are very nice for over the counter. If you are a pro detailer then these are bad ass http://www.autogeek.net/carpet-hot-water-extractors.html :thumbsup:

Anyone can learn how to become a good detailer with simple reading, research, testing products, and practice. If you have quality products it makes a world of difference!
I agree that anyone can learn, and PB has done his research and testing, he made those suggestions for those that are budget minded...not everyone can spend $800 for a carpet cleaner...
I agree that anyone can learn, and PB has done his research and testing, he made those suggestions for those that are budget minded...not everyone can spend $800 for a carpet cleaner...

That is why he is bad ass! :thumbsup:
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