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Old 03-04-2010, 08:14 AM   #1
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Upholstery Cleaner?

I left a leaky water bottle on my cloth passenger seat, and now there's a water stain on it.

Just wondering what is recommended to clean it off?

Will this turtle wax stuff work fine? http://www.canadiantire.ca/AST/brows...52BCleaner.jsp
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Take it off and dry clean?
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The entire seat? I don't want to remove the fabric and all that. Just wanna see what should be used for it that doesn't require rinsing with water leave any soap residue.
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So the stain is just water, right? Can it just be dryed?

Cause my GF once was eating popcorn and the bottom of the bag was leaking artificial butter all over my SUV cloth seat. The stain left on it was a hugge area.

I just used a wet cloth, and dabbed the stain area for 10-15 mins...and then it was gone.

In your case, would using a heat gun/blow dryer at low setting be able to dry up the wet spot?

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If you really need to use chemicals, go with folex.
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