ok, Scottwax (and others), tell me the secret

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  1. JRock10

    JRock10 Active Member

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    to cleaning headliners. What do you use? Product or just kinda brush lint off of it?
     
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    First I vacuum with the brush attachment. Then I use Woolite with an MF towel that is already damp.
     
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    ah. have you ever had any problems with glue detachment?
     
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    or damage to the material with loose fibers and such?
     
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    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    Same as Justin and Shineshop. Spray a cleaner onto a towel, gently wipe and then wipe dry. Being gentle is the key. Plus, you have gravity on your side, in that stains stay right at the surface instead of soaking in deeply so you usually don't have to scrub hard to remove stains.
     
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    I thought I was the only geek who thought of this!!!
    Gravity!!!

    True though. Dries ten times faster too.
     

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