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Old 02-09-2010, 05:18 PM
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Hey guys, I was wondering if there's a good interior cleaner for plastic/vinyl/leather parts. My 94 Jimmy is my DD and it definitely shows it on the inside. The last owner was my grandfather who is a factory worker (God bless him) and he always returns home all greasy and dirty and getting the stuff in the car too. I tried cleaning this with some Lysol all purpose cleaner but that didn't do much other than give my S15 a nice lemony smell.

That black spot near the top is just from my grandpa and me resting our elbows on the door ever since the truck was brand new.

You can see the brown crud stains on the vinyl/leather part of the door the most. But I was wondering if there is something that can scrub the crud out from the tiny grooves molded into the plastic as well.

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Old 02-09-2010, 09:38 PM
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Hey man try "spray nine" and a tooth brush. That stuff is great, gets out lots of stuff. or try foaming glass cleaner and a tooth brush for the vinyl, it works good too. i would hesitate to use anything too strong, like a degreaser on upholstery but it should be ok on the vinyl. but be quick with it. don't let it sit too long.
 
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Old 02-09-2010, 10:27 PM
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isopropyl alcohol
wd40
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if you use iso alky go back over it with some leather treatment to bring it back to shine instead of it being dryed out
 
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paint over it if you cant clean it.
 
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get a mr clean. magic eraser it will get that right out
 
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Try a little aftaleen. But not to much.
 
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Sorry to show up late to the party, I tried to post this back when it was posted but my internet went down and then I just forgot.. Anyways check this out:
http://www.shoforum.com/showthread.php?t=30344
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Need help getting these stains out...
That's what she said
 
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Old 03-01-2010, 02:18 PM
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Originally Posted by TheStig View Post
Sorry to show up late to the party, I tried to post this back when it was posted but my internet went down and then I just forgot.. Anyways check this out:
http://www.shoforum.com/showthread.php?t=30344
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That's what she said
hey HEY! That's MY line!! haha jk. thanks for the help!
 
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