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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 07-17-2008, 03:19 AM Thread Starter
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My interior has seen the abuse a truck with 200k could see... my exterior is still in excellent shape, but its time to address the interior... I have seat covers in the front, washing them is easy, but my carpet is in a bad need of a shampooing. My door pockets are full of all kinds of crap, basically I cant see the bottom of them... mostly cause they are full of diesel receipts not too long ago... one of my buddies spilled sunflower seeds and sweet tea all in my passenger door pockets and on the carpet by the door jam... it wasn't a pretty sight.... I plan on cleaning out the inside doors myself... removing the interior plastic and pressure washing them. The carpet stains are mostly from soda and gatorade spills from the previous owners But I need help choosing a product for shampooing or if I should just have the interior shampoo by a professional?

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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 07-17-2008, 04:31 AM
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Re: Interior care

There was a product called tuff stuff I think that I used to remove where the previous owner had spilled dr pepper all over the front carpet and let it sit for 5 years. Looked like new carpet after using it.

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Re: Interior care

hmmm... ill look into it, thanks crowz

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Re: Interior care

I had several stains on my carpet (previous owners), and I tried every product on the shelf and nothing would get them out, it made them a little duller but they were still there.
So I went to Wal-mart and rented the Rug Doctor with the Upholstery attachment, and bought a bottle of the carpet cleaner (Resolve I believe) and shampood my carpets with that.
They came out great and looking brand new, I think I only spent around $35 for everything vs. the $150 some detail shop wanted to charge me for the same thing.

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Re: Interior care

Try using a pressure washer. My floor mats were stained and they came right out and look new.

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