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Best way to clean interior upholstery

Discussion in 'Car Care and Detailing' started by Teaaaph, May 1, 2018.

  1. Teaaaph

    Teaaaph Active Member

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    I've just inherited an old Skoda and I'm planning to use it as my daily driver. It's rough around the edges but needs a bit of TLC when it comes to the interior. I've given it a hoover and cleaned some of the plastics but the interior has a really bad mold smell which I'm convinced this is coming from the seats. I used to have some Autoglym Interior Shampoo but I've misplaced it somewhere. I've heard some foam based cleaners are good. What would you recommend?
     
  2. JayClarke

    JayClarke Active Member

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    If they are really bad, a wet vac would be your best bet, you can rent them fairly cheap nowadays.

    If you just want to give them a wipe over, GTechniq I2 is brilliant, it'll remove any stains and help eliminate the odour.
     
  3. Seat20V

    Seat20V Active Member

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    Hi,

    Yes as already said I'd rent a wet vac, plenty of upholstery cleaners about, AG Interior Shampoo would be good, trouble is making sure they dry properly.

    Thanks
     
  4. AshikGroom

    AshikGroom Active Member

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    Good work.. :)
     

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