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    Default Cant wait no longer.. Interior

    Righto..the inside is proper filthy...
    so started on it today..hoovered and cleaned inside.. windows polished, trims treated with amorall..
    however the seats are letting it all down.. they are marked all over..and so they desperatly need cleaning...
    did the mats today with the vax and the water was filthy.. they are sat drying in the house at the mo!...
    what sort of brush do I need to tackle the seats with?.. will the megs one be ok to use if I can get hold of one tomorrow?..or is it too harsh on the seats?..
    also need some APC.. do B&Q do one?.. aldi and lidl are miles away!
    any tips for doing the seats?.. completely soak them?..or try as little as possible ?.. considering taking it to a valeters to get it done proper as I aint too confident on doing the seats

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    1001 carpet and upholstery cleaner will do the job also mate, firm-ish brush and plenty of elbow grease, or use the vax....
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    did try first with megs interior detailer..but it smells rubbish and is pretty pants too.. the amorall stuff was all i had in too.. but it seems to have given the plastics a bit of life.

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    oh..and the bubblegum airfreshner I have got too.. I think I dont like that anymore as well!

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    keep soaking them and vacing them, but IMO id wait for better warmer wearther so it will dry better

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    how about leaving the heaters on for a few hours?.. would that get rid of some of the wetness too?

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    not really it may do a foot around the heater but nothing that would dry out an interiors

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    Did my seats with a Vax, they were dry enough to sit in after a hour.

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