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    cleaning my cloth seats.. looking for a proved method..
    i am tired of buying crap that don't work. even if i have to buy a steamer machine to get it clean ..what do you guys thats work?
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    I use carpet cleaner, let is soak in and use a rag to rub it in and a damp rag to get it out. works great.
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    My wife also use's a carpet cleaner on her '05 Trailblazer cloth seats. She does them twice a year since '05 and they look like new. She has a Hoover cleaner.

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    tuff stuff..........its cheap and works great. just let it a soak a few secs and then gently scrub with a soft brush and wipe dry with a clean rag
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    I use a Spot Bot on my truck seats, doesnt have the tank capacity of larger cleaners but its easier to use inside the truck.
    I normally fill a pressure sparey with solution and only use the spot bot to suck it back up.

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    I hope carpet cleaner works as well as you guys say it does. I've tried several cleaners but never tried carpet cleaner cuz I thought it might be too harsh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by clgoch187 View Post
    tuff stuff..........its cheap and works great. just let it a soak a few secs and then gently scrub with a soft brush and wipe dry with a clean rag
    X2 on this.. I clean my interior completely every couple months with it.. it works great, and it's really inexpensive..
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    A friend of mine has a steam cleaner and it works great.
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