Audi seat peach fuzz removal?

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  1. NOR*CAL

    NOR*CAL OT Supporter

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    Anyway to remove this stuff off?

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    The pass. side doesn't have this issue.

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    It's a Audi A4 wagon

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    Just ONR'd and clayed, gotta spend a bunch of more hours on it.
     
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  2. Scottwax

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    I don't know of any way to correct that issue.
     
  3. Morgan06

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    If it's suede, maybe check with a local leather repairer; if it's alcantara you might be SOL. :dunno:
     
  4. Paulie Walnuts

    Paulie Walnuts Im an agent of chaos

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    Ugly ass care but beautiful inside. I don't think that you can correct that. Maybe one of those things that eats the fabric balls from sweaters. Sude is a bitch of a material they should have never invented it.
     
  5. NOR*CAL

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    Thank you gentlemen, really do appreciate your guys' input.

    I was thinking of the fabric razor thing, I'll see if I can find one tonight.

    I'll post some pics after the car is done, thanks again!


    As for the interior, it pisses me off that the parking brake hits the arm rest, I'm so tempted to adjusted it.
     
  6. Run N. Gun

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    Have you tried a suede brush? That might make the material a little more uniform.
     
  7. NOR*CAL

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    I've used a new leather brush, it did help, but I'm afraid that because it's suede, it may wear a hole in it :o.
     
  8. justin30513

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    I hate suede. I've tried to correct that before. Nothing I've found so far.

    Have I mentioned I hate suede?
     
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    This is an ancient topic, but I have the answer in case anyone needs it... Get one of those electric sweater shavers from Target, etc. I use one for my alcantara seats and it works awesome.
     
  10. flynfrog

    flynfrog Cool isnt Cheap

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    on the lightnings they suggest an electric razor.
     
  11. BlazinBlazer Guy

    BlazinBlazer Guy Witness to The De-Evolution of Mankind.

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    :werd: I used one of these on the suede in the TBSS I had. Works like a charm.
     
  12. DawnsKayBug

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    I use the edger part also on carpets also.. Makes the "shag" disappear.
     

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