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Old 03-17-2009, 08:27 AM
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Question Dog Yack On Seats: What to Use

Well, I just came back from a long ride with Butch, my Scottish Terrier, & for the 1st time he's been on long rides, he got carsick & made a mess on the passenger side. Luckily, I've got the plastic floor liners that caught most of the mess, but there's a pretty decent spot on the seat. I've got grey cloth interior. What can I use around the house(I've got about every cleaning product you can think of)to clean the seats without worrying about damaging them. My wife suggested using warm soapy water & just dab on it with a clean cloth, but I'm sure there's other people on the forum that ride with their dogs too(who sometimes get sick)& have cleaned their seats with around-the-house cleaning stuff. Any suggestions?
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Warm soapy water or simple green works great
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Old 03-17-2009, 08:39 AM
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Prestone , the antifreeze company makes a GREAT caarpet cleaner that will work great on seats,its taken copenhagen,beer,piss,mud, all kinds of **** outta carpet and seats and all for me, u can usually buy it in wal-mart in the automotive section
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Resolve upholstery cleaner is what I use. Vinegar and water solution is also a great general cleaner. It works great on carpet stains and upholstery stains.

Just grab a bottle of white vinegar and read the directions on how to make the cleaner.
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Warm soapy water or simple green works great
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Prestone , the antifreeze company makes a GREAT caarpet cleaner that will work great on seats,its taken copenhagen,beer,piss,mud, all kinds of **** outta carpet and seats and all for me, u can usually buy it in wal-mart in the automotive section
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Resolve upholstery cleaner is what I use. Vinegar and water solution is also a great general cleaner. It works great on carpet stains and upholstery stains.

Just grab a bottle of white vinegar and read the directions on how to make the cleaner.
Awesome! Thanks for the advice, guys! To tell you the truth, both of my trucks have some puppy stains on them & I'm gonna try the white vineagar on one & warm soapy water &/or Simple Green on the other. I appreciate the responses!
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Make him lick that chit up!
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Make him lick that chit up!
LOL! I should've. I can't believe how much mess could come out of a dog that only weighs 15lbs.
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