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    Re: Easiest product for fabric seat stains

    Quote Originally Posted by Lonnie View Post
    Tannins are REALLY tough to remove, especially tea and coffee,.
    I used up the last of my old Tannin Stain Remover in a fruitless attempt to get coffee stains out of the light gray carpeting in the Tahoe
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    I’m shocked you guys would bring drinks in your cars. Nothing but water for me in the rare event I do.
    Treat it like it`s the only one in the world.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill D View Post
    I’m shocked you guys would bring drinks in your cars. Nothing but water for me in the rare event I do.
    Eh, the dogs have been in all of `em except the Jag (exposed stitching) and the S8 (heh heh, *we* have hardly ever been in it!) and they`re capable of a lot worse than some spilled beverages. During all-day roadtrips I`ll sometimes have a soda, and I bring Denny`s coffee home in `em all the time. But otherwise I`m the same way you are. Accumulatorette, OTOH, uhm...isn`t. OK, it`s her car, and she`s never had an awful "oops!", so whatever works for her is fine with me.

    Hey, I smoked in all `em for decades (only ones that *ever* retained odors from that were Crown Vics for some reason, never happened in the Chevy LE cars or any others), and that had the potential for some real disasters, which did indeed happen a few times when I was young and less careful (AKA "irresponsible")
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    Re: Easiest product for fabric seat stains

    303 Fabric Guard makes a great Christmas stocking stuffer!
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    Re: Easiest product for fabric seat stains

    Quote Originally Posted by Bill D View Post
    303 Fabric Guard makes a great Christmas stocking stuffer!
    Heh heh, I might oughta quit knee-jerking against 303 stuff, huh?
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    I would buy it. I always used their protectant with satisfaction.
    Treat it like it`s the only one in the world.
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    Re: Easiest product for fabric seat stains

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    I would buy it. I always used their protectant with satisfaction.
    Hi, can you please tell how or in what ways has this product helped you?

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    Re: Easiest product for fabric seat stains

    Quote Originally Posted by getgoing View Post
    Hi, can you please tell how or in what ways has this product helped you?
    Heh heh, given how carefully Bill D goes about using his cars, I`m kinda curious about that myself!

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    Easiest product for fabric seat stains

    I would use 303 Fabric Guard knowing that if I spilled something ( a drink for example) on my car’s carpet or fabric, it would be a lot easier to clean up. I wish I had it on my sun visor, it would’ve made a stain easier to remove.

    I don’t have it at all though, because like Accumulator said, I use my cars carefully.
    Treat it like it`s the only one in the world.

 

 
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