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    I'd use a machine on ur mats, but just the damp cloth on ur seats as they r already clean. My car is ALWAYS spotless lol it smalls new inside still thats how clean I keep it
     
     

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    I will try that method Matt.

    When I said hair dryer, I meant dampen the mark and use a dryer to dry going in a left to right motion. Not tried it, but was more so wondering if it would work..

    I couldnt have a car with light grey seats or carpets... no way.. I would be gutted everytime they got a mark on them lol

    Bigben you can buy an arm rest on ebay, not really that expensive and they are the bomb.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sh0x View Post
    I will try that method Matt.

    When I said hair dryer, I meant dampen the mark and use a dryer to dry going in a left to right motion. Not tried it, but was more so wondering if it would work..

    I couldnt have a car with light grey seats or carpets... no way.. I would be gutted everytime they got a mark on them lol

    Bigben you can buy an arm rest on ebay, not really that expensive and they are the bomb.
    Fitting them is a bit of a pain though isnt it??
     
     

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    Ive seen the whole centre console being sold not that expensive, so I would assume you just slot that in place, rather than fitting it to your exisiting one, which could be fiddly.

    You'd love it trust me, and you can put stuff inside the rest too
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sh0x View Post
    Ive seen the whole centre console being sold not that expensive, so I would assume you just slot that in place, rather than fitting it to your exisiting one, which could be fiddly.

    You'd love it trust me, and you can put stuff inside the rest too
    hmmmmm.. If you find me one in grey on ebay then ill be interested.. But right now im going to pick up my blanking gromit grom BMW and get it sprayed and fitted!
     
     

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    Bishbashbosh
    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/BMW-e46-centre...item1e5a073575

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/BMW-E46-3-SERI...item19b8b65a3a



    Cost less than your cup holders would

    Now hurry up and get these stains out of the seats
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    hahaha not quite... 30 buck for the holders lol I am away to get the wet vac now.. and ill moisten the seats..
     
     

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    haha How did you get on then Ben?
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sh0x View Post
    I will try that method Matt.

    When I said hair dryer, I meant dampen the mark and use a dryer to dry going in a left to right motion. Not tried it, but was more so wondering if it would work..

    I couldnt have a car with light grey seats or carpets... no way.. I would be gutted everytime they got a mark on them lol

    Bigben you can buy an arm rest on ebay, not really that expensive and they are the bomb.
    Given the colour they are they seem to stay pretty clean.....
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt8808 View Post
    haha How did you get on then Ben?
    Didnt try today was like galeforce winds.. would of took my door off.. will report tommrow!!
     
     

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