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DIY SEAT CLEANER: 1 C Distilled Vinegar, 1 C Club Soda, 1/2 C Blue Dawn Dish Soap, Spray Bottle, & Scrub Brush; DIRECTIONS: Mix altogether in bottle, shake, & spray on fabric. Let it set 5-10 min then scrub in circular motion. Wet washcloth & wipe to remove soap.

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23 Ways To Make Your Car Cleaner Than It's Ever Been

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Refresh and Clean Your Car Seats With Ease

Car seats can be big collectors of gunk, food bits, and spills. Give your car seats a quick cleaning that will leave them free of stains and smelling fresh. Pick a bright day to harness the power of the sun to speed-dry your clean car seats. Finish with

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from eHow

How to Clean Upholstery in a Car With Home Remedies

How to Clean Upholstery in a Car With Home Remedies | eHow

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Refresh and Clean Your Car Seats With Ease

Refresh and Clean Your Car Seats With Ease: Mix 2 Tbsp dish soap, 2 Tbsp washing soda, 2 cups hot water. Vacuum, then use brush to apply solution LIGHTLY & scrub. Wipe with clean towel & let air dry in bright sun. Finish with final vacuum.

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Clean water spots and stains from your cloth car seats! Just add equal parts of club soda, white vinegar, and blue dawn dish soap. Mix into a spray bottle and generously spray on seats. Scrub with a scrub brush and then rub with a clean towel or rag! Simple, easy, and cheap!!!!!! by Carol's

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Easy Car Upholstery Stain Remover

AWESOME! I need to clean my car seats - i'm definitely trying this!! Easy Upholstery Stain Remover

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Clean water spots and stains from your cloth car seats! Just add equal parts of club soda, white vinegar, and blue dawn dish soap. Mix into a spray bottle and generously spray on seats. Scrub with a scrub brush and then rub with a clean towel or rag! Simple, easy, and cheap!!!!!!

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Do you have kids in car seats? In my experience I have found this equation to be very, very true. Kids + Car Seats = Stains for days. I was cleaning my

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