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    Hello All,

    I am looking for some suggestions on how to remove the stain on one of my seats, the stain was caused by just plain old water of all things :(

    Thanks in advance,
    Alan.



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    I had a similar problem on my alcantara rear seat. Used this and it shifted it no problem

     
     

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    I once dated a girl called Velor Seatstain.

    " I have done alot of stuff i am not proud of, and the stuff i am proud of is just disgusting"
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by NealP View Post
    I had a similar problem on my alcantara rear seat. Used this and it shifted it no problem

    Cheers Neal, ill get some and give it a try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr sideways View Post
    I once dated a girl called Velor Seatstain.
    Lol, explain please

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    Ok, I just cleaned the seat with the Auto Glym stuff, I'll let u know how it goes.

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    Hi there,

    Use RugDoctor Carpet Detergent, it is the best cleaning potion in the world. You can dilute it with some water in a bucket, (if you haven't rented the machine with it).

    **I can guarantee that it will remove the stain, it hasn't let me down once yet!!**

    All the best,

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