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What product to clean the quilty bits?

You know those bits in the doors, above the armrests in a 156 facelift; its not leather its not rubber its not of this earth.
Tried baby wipes, vinyl cleaner, leather wipes and no joy any suggestions people.
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Hmmm What cleans the quilty bits?

You know the section in the door panels on a 156 facelift model, its not leather its not rubber its kind of vinyl quilted strips.
Tried baby wipes, leather wipes, vinyl cleaner; nothing shifts the marks on it.
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elbow grease!

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Re: What cleans the quilty bits?

That title looks like "What cleans the guilty bits?"


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That title looks like "What cleans the guilty bits?"


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Re: What cleans the quilty bits?

Megs Foam Leather Cleaner is what I use for those bits on mine.

What kind of stains are they? Grease/Oil?
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Megs Foam Leather Cleaner is what I use for those bits on mine.

What kind of stains are they? Grease/Oil?
I'll look out for that, ta springbok

Elbow and finger marks I guess.
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Re: What product to clean the quilty bits?

Try a foam cleaner, Autosmart Brisk or Autoglym Hi Foam are two that spring to mind. Spray on, agitate with a brush and vac or wipe away with a clean cloth.
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Try a foam cleaner, Autosmart Brisk or Autoglym Hi Foam are two that spring to mind. Spray on, agitate with a brush and vac or wipe away with a clean cloth.
Cheers Valetman I'll see which I can find locally and give it a try.

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