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Old 05-02-2009, 12:52 AM
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Default door panel carpet stained, whats the best stain remover?

like title says. let me know what the best stain remover is from your expierences. thanks!
 
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Well I have a steam vac which is pretty much the best option if it's available to you. It will bring up pretty much anything....but what is the stain?
 
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carwashs might have one thanks and its black maybe oil? not sure wasnt caused by me
 
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steamvacs rock with oxyclean in them. Give it some consideration. I got at least 10 stains out of my blazer after I bought it.
 
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ok cool i will thanks alot btw does theat fabric glue actually work? i have some fabric coming up and was thinking about getting it
 
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Automotive goop will work. That stuff is awesome!
 
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They sell it at homedepot/lowes. Best IMO.
 
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Steam cleaners definitely do wonders. I bought a can of the Turtle carpet/upholstery cleaner too. It works fairly well, but I'm not sure how it would do on oil.
 
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I use GM upholstery cleaner and the only thing I've not been able to take out was pink nail-polish... thank god it wasn't in my blazer lol

We use a steam cleaner for salt after the winter but have never dealt with grease/oil so I don't know for either product.
 
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I used Blue Magic and it took black grease or ink stains right out
 

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