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Dec 11, 11:13am - #348903 
throw up

okay people i know everyone has been through this...someone threw up in my celi...now my question is how do i get it out??? it was suggested by a friend of mine to take out the seat and hose it down and scrub it, but is hosing down the seat gonna ruin the seat? someone pls help...soon!!!

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Dec 11, 11:23am - #348904 
buy new seat thumbsup


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Dec 11, 11:29am - #348905 
use a shampoo vacuum


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Dec 11, 11:47am - #348906 
ugh this happened to me. the smell was hella hard to get out. maybe it was just wut was in it but i took the seats out and everything. used frebreeze and soap and everything i can think of and the smell was still there for at least a month

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Dec 11, 12:01pm - #348907 
okay so i got some of it off of the carpet but daym ...a month?? febreeze is supposed to be the shiet too haha...i jus yanked out the seat and mayn it looks worse then before...oh yeah do you folks know what the plug thing connected under the passenger seat is? i was thinking bout soaking it but i dont wanna mess up anything electronic.

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Dec 11, 1:15pm - #348908 
its probably for the seat belt warning thing, if you notice, theres a sensor that notices when theres weight on the passenger seat...in the center of your dashboard is the passenger seatbelt light, it comes on when someone sits and doesnt have their seatbelt on


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Dec 11, 1:21pm - #348909 
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that's all I have to say


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Dec 11, 4:54pm - #348910 
haha wish i had one...can i borrow yours?? oh yeah and that probably is the seatbelt thing..coo coo still cant get the daym smell out...febreeze sucks so badd

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Dec 11, 5:01pm - #348911 
here is a hint:

have the person who threw up clean it up.

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Dec 11, 6:09pm - #348912 
Originally Posted by Celicacutie
here is a hint:

have the person who threw up clean it up.



^^ and then deck them


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Dec 11, 7:46pm - #348913 
id probaly just sell my celica if someone threw up in it.. id be soooooo pissed angry thumbsdown

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Dec 11, 11:48pm - #348914 
i went windex crazy and scrub the hell out of it. needless to say, my car smelled like windexs for days... rofl

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Dec 12, 12:02am - #348915 
this is how i would do.. clean the seat with everything that i can use.. leave the seat outside for fresh air until the smell is gone.. thumbsup if it doesnt work.. then leave the seat out. (weight reduction) thumbsup


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Dec 12, 12:24am - #348916 
Even if you manage to get it out, the smell will linger on for awhile


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Dec 12, 4:37am - #348917 
eek wtfpuke

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Dec 12, 5:37am - #348918 
Originally Posted by Polykarb
Originally Posted by Celicacutie
here is a hint:

have the person who threw up clean it up.



^^ and then deck them


..AND THEN DISEMBOWEL THEM! grin


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Dec 12, 11:57am - #348919 
wow id beat them down angry slap

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Dec 12, 12:27pm - #348920 
that sucks. when i had to drive my drunk friend homw i had a bucket in my car rofl he didnt barf ne-way though

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Dec 12, 12:31pm - #348921 
just clean it up man...spray a shit load of carpet cleaner and air the mofo for a week...

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Dec 12, 1:25pm - #348922 
yeah man after you properly clean out the stain, just leave the seat outside preferably in the sun and just let the thing AIR OUT!!

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Dec 12, 2:54pm - #348923 
This is why you should always just give your drunk friends their keys back. Its not worth having throw up in your car.

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Dec 12, 6:42pm - #348924 
Happened to me. It was me who threw up, out the window, at 65mph. Needless to say barf is very aerodynamic 'cuz it was everywhere. Mostly on the seat headrest, and on the backseat, behind me. And some on the headliner. I had barf all over the side of my car from the small back window to the spoiler. I used a steam cleaner on the seats. That did the job. I kept cleaning the areas over and over for the next month to be sure all of it was out. I used 409 Carpet Foam, and then Febreeze. The stench didn't last long. It was gone after a week.

I'm gonna pull over from now on.

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Dec 12, 6:43pm - #348925 
naw bro, i'll take puke in the ride over letting my friend die or get busted for DUI anyday...there would be a ass whoopin'and some money involved, but at least i did my good deed for the day!! thumbsup

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Dec 12, 11:09pm - #348926 
thanks folks..thats exactly what i did..minus the ass beating and stuff..i took the seat out and scrubed it down massively then jus let it sit out..its actually still out right now..but hey atleast now the back seat has all kinds of leg room hahha...but yeah most likely itll be out for another week jus to make sure the smell is gone..thanks again!!! thumbsup

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Dec 12, 11:47pm - #348927 
^^^^ Smart! thumbsup

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Dec 13, 12:09am - #348928 
thumbsup thumbsup


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Dec 21, 2:05pm - #348929 
Thankfully, this hasn't happened to me, but it has happened to a friend of mine...he took it to the local carwash, which has a detail shop. From what they said, they see this quite often, and they must have some super cleaning product, because when he came back to get his car later in the afternoon, it was perfect - no smell, nothing. They did charge him a lot, relatively speaking, but hell, can you blame them? Its bad enough cleaning your own puke, but to have to clean someone else's, thats nasty.

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Dec 22, 6:39am - #348930 
http://autopia.org/forums/showthread.php...highlight=Vomit

Puking is a definite indication of a good time. Its best to leave the SVT at home when having fun. Im sure youre pissed, but just let it go. It can be fixed and its just a car. Her party days will be over soon enough and you will be cleaning up kid puke in the family truckster instead.

Now. You need brushes, towels, carpet and upholstery cleaners, spray bottle with water, bucket of warm water, wet-vac, vinyl cleaner, vinyl dressing, leather cleaner and conditioner.

Start with the warm water and towels. Get everything as clean as you can, using moderately damp towels. Keep rinsing them in the bucket as you go. Be sure to get under the seats. Any puke left will really stink later. Pull all of your mats out and wash with a hose. Use a carpet cleaner and brush and rinse well. Hang em up to dry out.
Next, clean the Alcantara. Any quality upholstery cleaner will do. A foaming cleaner like Tuff Stuff or Blue Coral will work best on this material. Apply and let foam up, then wipe with a towel. Foam again and then brush and wipe again. Do pretty much the same with the carpets. Use the spray bottle to dampen and wipe the upholstery and carpets, then wet-vac until dry as possible. Clean and dress the vinyl and clean and condition the leather.
Drop a fan in the car to blow across the damp areas untill they are dry. When everything is dry, hit everything with Febreeze or Megs Oder Eliminator...or both.
Done with the baby.

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Dec 22, 7:07am - #348931 
time to buy racing seats


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Dec 22, 7:50am - #348932 
This entire thread is THE definitive argument for LEATHER SEATS! wink thumbsup
You can have the fastest, nicest Celi in the known universe, but the smell of old vomit is a total dealbreaker!! wink


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Dec 22, 8:38am - #348933 
have whoever threw up on it buy you a new one


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Dec 22, 9:14am - #348934 
Don't forget to buy one of those trees for you rear view Mirror. That'll help once you get the seat back in. Just in case the smell lingers.

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Dec 23, 1:21pm - #348935 
okay so the smell was still there after i scrubed it so i had to take the seat to get detailed..they sure did get the smell out..mayn there miracle workers haha..but yeah it was perty cheap i had them do only that seat for 10 bucks and they washed my car..what a deal what a deal!!! thumbsup

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Dec 23, 10:38pm - #348936 
My daughter threw up all over the back half of my celica earlier this month.

I had access to a shampoo machine (Bissell) but it didnt do that great of a job. I ended up taking my car to a full-service car wash/detail shop and had them steam clean out. It ended up costing me $50 to have the back half of the car steamed cleaned, but it did an awesome job getting the seats and floor clean as well as getting 99% of the scent out. Since then the remaining smell is gone.

Just used some febreeze on the interior and let the air out for a day and the smell is totally gone and the seats look like new.

That's the advice I would give. I know it costs more but the money was well worth it. The smell was so bad I had to cover my face for the 10 minute drive to the car wash since it smelled so bad...

Best of luck...
-Craig

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