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    06 interior stains :(

    I was driving back from a club and my buddy got sick and chucked food chunks on my back right door which is now stained in the grey cloth part. How can get this it out?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Very-Rexy View Post
    I was driving back from a club and my body got sick and chucked food chunks on my back right door which is now stained in the grey cloth part. How can I get it out?
    water and a sponge.



    PD: that is not your friend!!!

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    So with water and a sponge that's sure to get out vomit stains? I mean that gray cloth stains so easy. Will I have any water stains? I just want to do this right so I don't end up making it look worse. Any products I can buy? A "Pocket Carpet Steamer" or something? I want it to look mint.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Very-Rexy View Post
    So with water and a sponge that's sure to get out vomit stains? I mean that gray cloth stains so easy. Will I have any water stains? I just want to do this right so I don't end up making it look worse. Any products I can buy? A "Pocket Carpet Steamer" or something? I want it to look mint.

    take it to a detailing place they will know whith what to clean that

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    Quote Originally Posted by orvtech View Post
    take it to a detailing place they will know whith what to clean that
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    PD: that is not your friend!!!
    +100 and he deserves a serious ass-whoopin!!
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    this reminds me of Friday night. it was the gf's 21st birthday and I was the DD but I told her the only way I would be DD is if I drove her sunfire instead of my wrx and sure enough on the way home one of her friends puked all over the back seats, luckly the wrx was saved from that horrible fate

    but good luck with cleaning it, but if you want it mint I would pay somebody to clean it at a detailing shop
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    Quote Originally Posted by Very-Rexy View Post
    I was driving back from a club and my buddy got sick and chucked food chunks on my back right door which is now stained in the grey cloth part. How can get this it out?
    http://www.stainmaster.com/carpet/ca...inecare/vs.jsp

    its for carpet.. but may work for ure car.

    The other thing that may be worth a try is a product called Tuff Stuff. Its a foaming interior car cleaner that a swear by. I used it in my last car to remove 2 year old tea stains the owner never bothered to get out. Most auto parts stores have it. It comes in a big yellow can.

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    Tuff Stuff Rules.

    Used it on my roof panel after I had the windows open during some rainy day drifting sessions. Tires flung water/dirt through the window stright onto my roof inside the car.

    Sprayed a layer of Tuff Stuff, dabbed and brushed lightly with a cotton cloth. All clean.

    And a WRX + Sick people in general is a bad idea.

    My friends get sick after just my "regular" driving.. I can't imagine being sick BEFORE you get in the car.

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    Carpet cleaning solution works. My dad got greasy chinese food sauce all over my rear seats and it was able to get it all out. I had to do work it over a few times, but it worked... it was a bissell brand solution, but I'm sure you can go to any place that sells those kinds of carpet cleaners and pick yourself up some of any brand.
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    Thanks for the advice guys. I wont be able to go to a detailer shop until the weekend due to work but I will try the Tuff Stuff after I get off work today. I'll let you know how it all works out.
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