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    hi guys need a bit of advice while i was cleaning the inside of the car today i noticed how dirty my seats were what would you recomend to use to clean them i had a look in halfords b4 but did not no were to start when it comes to upholstery cleaner thanks for your help

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    I got hold of a Karcher carpet cleaner with the upholstery attachment, with this you can do all seats, carpets and mats.

    I used some Autoglym upholstery cleaning fluid and put luke warm water in the machine and it works a treat and helps break down the grime! you will be amazed at the colour of the water that comes out

    The results are fantastic, factory fresh look

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    ive used fab from mark at auto-brite for my sons cloth seats and they came up spotless but you could get some auto-glym interior cleaner from halfords .i find spaying on and rubbing with a small brush then wiping with a cloth to get the dirt out if you dont have a vax.best to not over wet it as they will take awhile to dry in this weather .khalid

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    used to use aerosol stuff like decosol instant valet, does shift a lot of muck on dirty seats. On the subject of upholstery I have got hold of a couple of cans of scotchguard fabic protector. I sprayed the carpets then all the car mats the other day after cleaning them. Had to clean drivers mat today after for the first time in years treading in dog crap - the mat hosed off and repelled everything - crap and water just flew off. Once your clean might be worth treating your seats, it is a well known fabric protector some carpets come pre treated with it.

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