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    Thumbs down Disgusting question!

    Anyone know a good interior cleaner for
    my little girl took offence to my driving on the back roads yesterday and decided to re-decorate. I put some vanish stuff on as soon as i got home but i can still see it and its all over the seatbelt as well
    Would a Vax be a better option? Failing that i'll have to see about an interior valet.
    Cheers guys

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    Try ebay for a new interior, or sounds like a good excuse for a CCS retrim...

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    I'd have a chat with one of our taxi driving brethren, they must have had the problem before!

    Phil

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    I had a 2 pint of milk spill in mine, must have left some in the boot some where, God that stank!!!!!!

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    Try some APC and then febreeze,should get rid of most of it........

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    cheers guys! going to have a strict no food policy in the car now or or invest in one of those back seat cover things which i said i was going to get when i got the car anyway!

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    Default Fabri-Kleen is the answer

    A spot cleaner treatment for fabric carpets and upholstery- available online , 227g bottle makes up a total of 4 gallons, but a cap full in a basin will be enough.
    Also ideal for cleaning anything that has been "stain coated" as it reprotects, thus having been manufactured by Guardsman.
    To date I havent found one thing i can get out using this, it even does a damn good job on red stains, which are the most difficult to remove. Its also sudsless.

    One pot will last you years !

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    i spilt an extra large latte with an extra shot into my footwell - omg that reeked......lasted days.....good luck

    I got it out using autogroom.

    heres the linky - http://www.halfords.com/webapp/wcs/s...Id_165651#dtab

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    The best product for removing smells is Autosmart Bio Brisk, it uses enzymes to break down the bacteria that causes the smells the result is the smell is removed permanently not just masked. I paid about £7 for my 1litre bottle from my local autosmart rep it is diluted for use 1:5 normally but for strong smells then use it 1:1 I have even used it round the house.

    For the seat belts use all purpose cleaner (APC) in fact use it for everything diluted 1:10 and a nail brush and scrub away at the belt and seats, carpets and use a terry or microfiber to wipe down any hard plastics. You can buy Daisy from tesco it is an APC for about 65p for 1.5 litres but remember to dilute it. When doing the seats don't spot clean wet the whole area or you will end up with water spots but don't wet it too much if you do then you will need a vax/george to remove the water. then spray Bio Brisk on everything to kill the smell.

    It should be a little cheaper than a retrim.

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    After initial cleaning, sprinkle bicarbonate of soda on affected areas whilst the area is still damp (ie, where the vomit actually was).

    Allow powder to dry and then vacuum. This should kill the acid which causes the sick smell.

    After a few days it will subside.

    It is important to kill the sick smell as when it gets wet again (ie, subsequent cleaning/valeting) it will smell again.


    After a week or so, you can go about valeting it properly.

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