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    Hey there..

    Im renting out a wet vac thing from HSS tool hire tommorow to do my interior.. now ive been told G101 is good for interior... its got this compartment on it where you put the cleaner.... question is... how much do i use.. dilution ratios etc..

    also got some AG interior shampoo.. might pop some of this in as it smells one hell of a lot better than G101..

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    bloody hell tell me do you g101 your underwear as well?
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    The best way to do it Ben is to spray the interior with G101 5:1 and then agitate the seat with a stiff brush and a bucket of clean water to help lossen up the dirt then vacuum. I don't actually use the pre spray on my wet and dry anymore just have G101 in a trigger spray.

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    Quote Originally Posted by disco!!!! View Post
    bloody hell tell me do you g101 your underwear as well?
    Nah it smells like piss!
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perfection Detailing View Post
    The best way to do it Ben is to spray the interior with G101 5:1 and then agitate the seat with a stiff brush and a bucket of clean water to help lossen up the dirt then vacuum. I don't actually use the pre spray on my wet and dry anymore just have G101 in a trigger spray.

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    Oh... okie dokey..

    How come not to use the thingy? too much waste??

    Whats the bucket of water for neil?
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigbenstrikes View Post
    Oh... okie dokey..

    How come not to use the thingy? too much waste??

    Whats the bucket of water for neil?
    Just using the pre spray and vacuuming straight of as they are supposed to be used doesn't always clean the seats thoroughly, you need to agitate with a brush and some water to help dampen the surface just slightly which helps to lift the dirt away. If you don't dampen the surface a little bit the when the seats dry out the dirt can sometimes raise to the surface and dry leaving dirty stains.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perfection Detailing View Post
    Just using the pre spray and vacuuming straight of as they are supposed to be used doesn't always clean the seats thoroughly, you need to agitate with a brush and some water to help dampen the surface just slightly which helps to lift the dirt away. If you don't dampen the surface a little bit the when the seats dry out the dirt can sometimes raise to the surface and dry leaving dirty stains.

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    so the wetness from the G101 being sprayed not enough to dampen it?

    Thanks for all your know how neil!

    One day ill be like you.... when i hit 60 i think ill just retire and do detailing.. Better get practicing..
     
     

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    Make sure you dont use too strong a dilution of g101 or your interior will stink when it dries out, you will be amazed at the fantastic results, spray on leave to dwell for a minute aggitate with a stiff brush and vacumn off.

    Good luck mate, post pics of your before and afters
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by LJB2801 View Post
    Make sure you dont use too strong a dilution of g101 or your interior will stink when it dries out, you will be amazed at the fantastic results, spray on leave to dwell for a minute aggitate with a stiff brush and vacumn off.

    Good luck mate, post pics of your before and afters
    Aye it smells rotton ey! might blast it with g101 then at the end spritz the interior with the AG stuff and vac off again..
     
     

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