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01-16-2013 01:44 PM
BaconZombie ^ Pretty much the best idea. I would then suck the water out the last time with a fairly power shop vac if you have one available. It will help it dry must faster and get a lot of the liquid out.
01-11-2013 10:35 AM
BetaDnB Microfiber, warm water, small amount of mild detergent. Scrub it, then do it again with the microfiber and clean warm water.
01-11-2013 05:43 AM
romaczx3
Cold Medicine leaked on my seats!

Been sick lately and had a bottle of tylenol cold & flu in the seat while I was at work. Came out to find it had been leaking/soaking for the entire eight hours; pretty good size spot and greasy as hell to the touch. I tried soaking it up dry first, then rubbing it wet, then using some stain remover and then blot drying again. So far its too damp to tell if theres going to be a stain or not. Any recommendations on cleaning it up if there is? My buddy said he always uses baking soda and water...

I swear this stuff makes me so mad. I've owned and modded several vehicles, but this is the first car I ever purchased brand new; it's frustrating as hell when every oops on the car is one you caused.

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