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Cleanin the head liner?

What are you all usin to clean this? Hand held steam cleaner or some kind of foamin agent? Thanx for your replies in advance.

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Re: Cleanin the head liner?

you could pull it down and use the arisol carpet cleaner

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you could pull it down and use the arisol carpet cleaner
I was thinkin of use'n a small SpotBot or a small steam cleaner.

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Re: Cleanin the head liner?

ya i would steam clean it! its alot easyer

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Re: Cleanin the head liner?

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ya i would steam clean it! its alot easyer
Thats kinda what i'm thinkin also. Thanks

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Re: Cleanin the head liner?

Try Tuff guard...yellow n red aresol can...seems to work good for me

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Re: Cleanin the head liner?

before you steam clean it try tuff stuff it works awesome seriously just try it. Get it at any auto parts store in a yellow can. Works wonders i had oil stains and grease all over mine from my hat and it took it right off like nothin!!

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Re: Cleanin the head liner?

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Try Tuff guard...yellow n red aresol can...seems to work good for me
Haven't heard of it,but i will definitly look into it.
Thanks Hoss

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Re: Cleanin the head liner?

i have found that 3m adhesive remover on a paper towel works good

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Re: Cleanin the head liner?

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Thanks for those options,the less messier the better.I will definitly look into those.
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