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RE: Cleaning vinyl...
Why not use a regular wet/dry vac and a brush attachment on the hose to do
both the scrubbing and the sucking?
At 07:39 PM 7/30/99 -0400, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>i used to have a porsche 914 - the seats were a woven vinyl pattern.
>talk about a pain in the ass to clean. i do, however, have a system. i
>would start out by mixing a little bit of laundry detergent (avoid the
>bleached up stuff that is so ubiquitous now-a-days) in with some warm
>water. i used about a teaspoon to every quart. after the detergent is
>very well mixed in, dip a toothbrush in and start scrubbing your vinyl.
>i found that laundry dertergent worked much better than any other
>household soap - perhaps because it was designed for ground in dirt.
>part 2 of this system is pretty key in my opinion. i have one of those
>dustbuster wet/dry vacuums, so i took one of those bendable straws and
>duct taped a little mounting system to mate it to my dustbuster. i would
>follow the toothbrush, sucking up all of the loosened debris and dirty
>water. i know that it sounds a little involved, but this system is the
>only thing that worked on my seats.
>1990 80q, very clean because i am very anal