sun screen oil on Seats how to get it off?

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  1. Cachee0

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    On my wife Touareg she got sun screen oil or cream on it. The seats are not leather but I can't get that stuff off. Any suggestions?
     
  2. Buck-O

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    what have you tried so far, and what type of clotch material are we talking about.

    Pictures are always helpful.


    Generally a good APC will do good on somthing greasy like that.
     
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    Without knowing what you've tried it is hard to offer suggestions.
     
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    Well I tried dish washers soap that did not work

    I got some int. cleaner from Advance auto parts also did not work


    The seats are Not leather but like leather I guess Pleather? I'll take a pic.
     
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    A good all-purpose cleaner should work, but you will probably have to scrub the seats too.
     
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    Dish washer soap?! :uh:
     
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    what would you suggest brand name?:)
     
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    The Vroom stuff at Target is decent for a good consumer level APC.

    Also try some woolite & water mixture for shits and giggles. The "recipe" is in the stickies.
     
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    Ok thanks
     
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    If you're dealing with cloth upholstery ever, pick up some Turtle Wax "Power OUT! Oxy" carpet cleaner. The stuff works WONDERS on most of the stains I've come across.

    In that case, definitely go for woolite/water. :bigthumb:
     
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    yep going to try woolite my wife is picking some up after work. I'll report back:)
     
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    This beast had that Fake "n Bake bronzer imitation I just went to the sun fake a bake salon sun tan lotion........all over the driver seat, thigh supports, E-brake handle and arm rests.....Got it off with some L-bow grease and Clearkote Qukshine.....
     

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