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Old 28 Feb 2004, 07:05 pm
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Default Interior Clean-Up

Hi all,

I'd like to shampoo the interior of my 98 accord. It's not leather. Can you
recommend quality products from experience for cleaning/washing/shampooing
car interior? I already have something for the vynil but now I need
something for the seats and floors.

On a sidenote, should I be worried about the structure getting rusty on the
floor after a washup?

As you can see this is the first time I'm doing a complete clean up inside.
Any help/suggestions are appreciated.

Thanks!

--Viktor


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Old 29 Feb 2004, 07:06 am
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Default Re: Interior Clean-Up

Go to your nearby auto parts store (PepBoys, Kragen, AutoZone,etc) and buy
auto carpet cleaning supplies there and just follow the directions. Don't
worry about rust, because you aren't taking a hose to the interior of your
car. If you want best results, remove the front seats if you can....easier
on some cars than others.


"electricked" <no_emails_please> wrote in message
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> Hi all,
>
> I'd like to shampoo the interior of my 98 accord. It's not leather. Can

you
> recommend quality products from experience for cleaning/washing/shampooing
> car interior? I already have something for the vynil but now I need
> something for the seats and floors.
>
> On a sidenote, should I be worried about the structure getting rusty on

the
> floor after a washup?
>
> As you can see this is the first time I'm doing a complete clean up

inside.
> Any help/suggestions are appreciated.
>
> Thanks!
>
> --Viktor
>
>



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Old 29 Feb 2004, 04:37 pm
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Default Re: Interior Clean-Up

Thanks Larry! Any product recommendations?

--Viktor

"Larry" <lgz56@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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> Go to your nearby auto parts store (PepBoys, Kragen, AutoZone,etc) and buy
> auto carpet cleaning supplies there and just follow the directions. Don't
> worry about rust, because you aren't taking a hose to the interior of your
> car. If you want best results, remove the front seats if you

can....easier
> on some cars than others.
>
>
> "electricked" <no_emails_please> wrote in message
> news:RZCdnQgMpdReg9zdRVn-jQ@comcast.com...
> > Hi all,
> >
> > I'd like to shampoo the interior of my 98 accord. It's not leather. Can

> you
> > recommend quality products from experience for

cleaning/washing/shampooing
> > car interior? I already have something for the vynil but now I need
> > something for the seats and floors.
> >
> > On a sidenote, should I be worried about the structure getting rusty on

> the
> > floor after a washup?
> >
> > As you can see this is the first time I'm doing a complete clean up

> inside.
> > Any help/suggestions are appreciated.
> >
> > Thanks!
> >
> > --Viktor
> >
> >

>
>



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