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    Is your Headliner Dirty? You will thank me!

    Ladies and Gentlemen I have made a revolutionary discovery that I would like to share amongst the Subie community first...

    For the last 5 years my headliner has accumulated it's fair share of dirt from leaving my windows down, fingerprints, smudges and marks. I have been contemplating getting it re-upolstered, or figuring out some crazy way to clean it (steam-cleaner came to mind). People have suggested interor cleaner or 6:1 diluter Woolite/Water mixed. Well today I struck gold! :lol:

    I cleaned the headliner to LIKE NEW condition so easily by just using my damp waffle weave microfiber drying towel (just dried my car with it) and rubbed whole headliner down. It's IMMACULATE! It's so easy to clean the whole roof area (including the oh-***** handles) by just wiping down with the damp waffle weave. Don't be afraid to apply some good pressure also (20lbs) to get out the deep fingerprints and other marks, they will come out. You will be AMAZED I promise!

    BEWARE: Your waffle weave microfiber drying towel WILL get very dirty. I have not attempted to wash my towel yet but I *think* the dirt should come out as normal.

    Guys, you have absolutely NO excuse now for a dirty headliner! NONE!!! :devil:

    Thank you, thank you...

    :banana: :disco: :banana: :disco:
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    that's pretty sweet.

    side note: the background of that picture reminds me of Pacific Grove.

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    Haha here's more
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    Anyone give this a shot?

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    What does a shot of trees have to do with headliner?

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    Quote Originally Posted by djerickd
    Anyone give this a shot?
    what is the 'headliner"?

    PD: enlgish is not my first language

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    Quote Originally Posted by orvtech
    what is the 'headliner"?

    PD: enlgish is not my first language
    It's the lining inside the interior of the vehicle. If you are sitting in you seat, look up at the roof, that material is the headliner.
    2008 Evo X GSR. Custom tuned, Works panel filter, Intercooler pipe upgrade, TBE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by orvtech
    what is the 'headliner"?

    PD: enlgish is not my first language
    Hola mi amigo venezolano, el headliner es la materia gris en el techo del interior. ¿Qué lo llama usted?

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    Nice!! It is safe to wash your MF Waffle Weave as long as you don't add fabric softner or put it in the dryer. Allow it to air dry completely before you use it again. When I completely overhauled my cleaning regimine, I machine washed all the MF towels, applicators, and drying towel before initial use.

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    I wash and dry my MF towels after every use

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