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    WTF to use to get protein bar out of my seat.

    Hey guys, have an '11 WRX, and dropped a piece of peanut butter protein bar in my seat because I was in a hurry and missed breakfast. Long story short, the piece of bar, and peanut butter appears to be gone, but when it dries, it looks like it's still there? Any ideas. I've used simple green, spot shot, and "Interior shampoo" from walmart to try to get this crap off my seat, no dice so far. Other ideas?

    -Chad

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    A new seat?

    I dunno man...that's a tough one. It sounds like one of those impermeable and insoluble substances...kinda like if you accidentally leave chapstick in your pocket of your jeans in the dryer. No matter what you do, it's not coming up.
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    Goo gone? Just test it out on a small area first.
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    You could use a torch and cut it off.

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    I have the same thing that happened ro my passenger seat. I tried everything. Try hydrogen peroxide or regular rubbing alcohol. But make sure u dilute it with some water and test it. ive got most of it up with that

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    Soapy warm (even HOT) water and a wet vac. Work it over and over, should be OK eventually.
    Now, consider: you're putting THAT stuff in your body?! Cast iron stomach?
    You can't have everything - where would you put it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ingo View Post
    Now, consider: you're putting THAT stuff in your body?! Cast iron stomach?
    That was the first thought I had.
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