Cleaning seat pores out, need help

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  1. Akimbo

    Akimbo New Member

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    The other day i had some oxiclean sitting up front and i dropped it picking it up, long story short, white powder everywhere. literally everywhere. i didn't have access to a vacuum for a few days so it kinda spread around. I got most of it but the problem i'm having now is getting it out of the pores (little holes) in the black leather seats. Any advice?
     
  2. BudBrown

    BudBrown i done smoked with the best of em, shot at the res

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    so how much coke in total do you think you spilled?
     
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    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    Best thing to do is spray it down with the water/Woolite mixture (see detailing EDU sticky) or a leather cleaner, scrub lightly with a nylon bristle brush, then wet vac while still wet. That should do it.
     
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    bout 4 kilos
     
  5. MartyFukstein

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    To get it out of the perforations in your seats (the kind you find in MB and Acuras), you'll need to blow it out with 80 psi of compressed air through a tight blow gun.

    The pores that don't blow out will need to be poked out with a toothpick.

    Stop by a detail shop and give them $10 for the 5 minute job.
     

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