Best way to clean seats?

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    GregFarz78 New Member

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    I have a set of cloth 350z seats that could use some cleaning, they are out of the car right now too. No stains that I can see but dirty and dusty b/c the guy I bought them from had them in a garage where he was sanding his car :hs: So how do I clean these things and what should I use :dunno:
     
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    Detailing EDU is your friend.

    Definitely spend some time vacuuming before you try to clean them.
     
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    I have to admit I was skeptical but the water/woolite mixture worked like a charm :bowdown:
     
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    I was too when I saw the suggestion on the leather care tag on a '93 Cadillac when I was first starting out.
     
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    I can use that mixture to clean the dash and trim too? Just wipe it down with a microfiber cloth, then some Meguiars quick detailer to finish it off?
     
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    You can use it to clean any interior surface except metal or glass.
     

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