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mrCelicaGT
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mrCelicaGT Oct 19, 3:47pm - #303914 
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Cleaning GT seats

does anyone here knows how to clean these GT fabricated seats?

sopa and water?

any chemical or spreys to use to clean out some stains out from my GT seats?

if nyone knows how or knows what stuff to use, this can really help...

thanks...
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Chaz Oct 19, 4:25pm - #303915 
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All I know is they're a bitch to clean, try some auto upholstery cleaner and then febreze.

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SilverGT604 Oct 19, 11:04pm - #303916 
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I found this zipper thingy at the back of it... any way to take it off?

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i use those fabric cleaners from the auto store and they work perfectly, took off some nasty chocolate stuff that was there a couple of days pretty good too
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defyenz Oct 19, 11:23pm - #303918 

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will shoe cleaner work?

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celi4me Oct 20, 2:17am - #303919 

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big green clean machine carpet cleaner/extractor. i bought one because i have pets. you know how pets and new carpet go so well together. well i found it cleans my seats pretty good, and doesn't leave the seats very wet. sucks up all the water i spray on the seats, and the dirt.
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robare99 Oct 20, 2:20am - #303920 

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I used this stuff, I think it was from turtlewax. It was a big yellow can with a red brush on the end, for car upholstery, and it worked really good. I'll find a name later.
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SurgicalRizz Oct 20, 2:23am - #303921 

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What kind of stains? wtf rofl Different products work best on different stains

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Celica2k Oct 20, 2:42am - #303922 

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you know what kind of stains bro. those just wont come out sometimes rofl
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RookieGTS Oct 20, 2:44am - #303923 

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Go to your nearest Auto store and buy "Tuff Stuff" smells good and works great! thumbsup that is all...
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eric_h Oct 20, 3:08am - #303924 

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i just cleaned mine yesterday
used this woolite upholstry cleaner, you get a bucket of warm water and a rag, spray on the woolite foam, use damp rag to rub it in and vacuum it after it dries worked magic seats and carpet look new

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krups Oct 20, 5:01am - #303925 

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Originally Posted by TooNiE
i use those fabric cleaners from the auto store and they work perfectly, took off some nasty chocolate stuff that was there a couple of days pretty good too


so the chocolate was good but how was the cleaner?

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GTQuentin Oct 20, 7:42pm - #303926 

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i shampoed mine w/a carpert shamporer. works just as good thumbsup
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superderk Oct 20, 8:01pm - #303927 

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Originally Posted by Celica2k
you know what kind of stains bro. those just wont come out sometimes rofl


yeah...if thats the case you might need some "Masculout" rofl rofl rofl

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shoulin Oct 21, 1:41am - #303928 

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they are harrrrrd to clean because of the netting that lays over the actual colored fabric...

.. im just leaving my few stains untill i buy my racing seats
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Celica2k Oct 21, 2:52am - #303929 

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Originally Posted by superderk
Originally Posted by Celica2k
you know what kind of stains bro. those just wont come out sometimes rofl


yeah...if thats the case you might need some "Masculout" rofl rofl rofl
You know where i can pick some of that stuff up grin
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GOLDCELICA Oct 21, 5:32am - #303930 

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I use to use house detergent. CHEER baby. "The dirt goes and color stays" grin

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Zero Oct 21, 5:45am - #303931 

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hey GOLD, did you remove your seats when doing this?

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GOLDCELICA Oct 21, 5:49am - #303932 

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Originally Posted by Zero

hey GOLD, did you remove your seats when doing this?


Nope skins were still on the Seats. Clean it all the time. The foam can take it just don't use a harsh scrub you'll tear it up. I used a damp rag that was soak in detergent. Color never faded. grin

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CelicaRacer05 Oct 22, 10:33pm - #303933 

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i use oxy clean deep on my seats, along with my steam cleaner, got all the stains out from the previous owner (my dad!)

just leave plenty of time to air dry... and smells great afterwards
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BAC Oct 29, 9:31am - #303934 

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is there a way you can take off the seat covers and replace them with new ones?
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Teknikal Oct 29, 1:32pm - #303935 
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Woolite/water 6:1 solution
Oxiclean/water 10:1 solution

get a brush like $3 at walmart and scrub away
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Celicacutie Oct 29, 5:46pm - #303936 

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Originally Posted by Celica2k
you know what kind of stains bro. those just wont come out sometimes rofl

you shit your pants or something?
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Celica2k Nov 2, 3:30am - #303937 

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no why is that hard to clean out?
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Celicacutie Nov 2, 3:07pm - #303938 

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^^ not sure, let me go try and get back to you spineyes
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