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Need some cleaning help

Discussion in 'Chevy Truck Accessories' started by bamf_shadow, Apr 9, 2010.

  1. bamf_shadow

    bamf_shadow New Member

    My wonderful son of 7 years has chosen to tempt death yet again. He spilled orange juice in the back seat of my 07 NBS crew.:grrrrrr: I got it off the seats just fine, but it made its way to the speaker grill in the door. I can't scrub it out because of the thousands of dimples and such on the grill. Any thoughts on how to clean that? I was going to use some sort of spray, but I was worried about hurting the speaker. My son thanks you in advance...
  2. murdog94

    murdog94 Epic Member 5+ Years 5000 Posts

    Use a tooth brush, and some cleaner. then a very soft micro fiber rag.. that should do the trick.
  3. fishinrebel83

    fishinrebel83 New Member


    i have detailed cars for close to 15 years now, your best bet would be to take the speaker case off, it clips on and off pull it out gently, when you get it out take a tooth brush and brake cleaner and it will clean it off and take the acids from the juice, if u just use water and soap it will leave the acid behind and will cause your speaker house to rust out or start peeling.

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