Irene asked: How do I remove curry stains from a car seat? My friend spilled a Chinese takeaway in the back seat of my car about three months ago. I tried to remove it, and it seemed to fade. However, lately, the stain has reappeared, and I don’t know how to get it away. I hope you can help me before it gets any worse. I can’t afford to get my car valeted.
To remove stubborn food and grease spots from your vehicle seats, you’ll need a solution that works without leaving a soapy residue behind. For the best results, turn to a product made for detailing vehicles that simply wipes away, taking the stain with it.
You Will Need:
Steps to Remove the Stain:
- Vacuum the seat to remove all loose dirt and debris.
- Spray the stain generously with DP Carpet & Upholstery Cleaner.
- Work the cleaner into the stain with the microfiber applicator pad.
- Wait several minutes to allow the cleaner time to work on the stain.
- Blot the area dry with the microfiber towel.
Additional Tips and Advice
- While regular dish soap and warm water may do the job, the soapy residue left behind will attract dirt and create new stains.
- Spot test before you begin.
- When used properly, this product should not affect the nap or feel of your car upholstery.
- Finish with a coat of fabric protector, if desired, to help prevent future stains.
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