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Old 07-01-2013, 10:35 AM
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Spilled diesel kleen in truck

Anybody know how to get rid of the diesel kleen smell out of carpet. I only spilled a tiny bit but man does it smell, especially in the hot weather. I'm going to see if I can't get my hands on a carpet steam cleaner because nothing else seems to be working.
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Old 07-01-2013, 10:38 AM
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Old 07-01-2013, 03:44 PM
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Your telling me, lol
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I kinda like the smell. So I'd just put diesel on top of it.
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I've done that myself and nothing made the smell go away except for time. have you tried Spot Shot cleaner? It's a upholstery and carpet cleaner that is in a blue can. It works great for stains and smells, I just never tried it in my truck for the diesel kleen spill. I used to use it in my other vehicles and it worked great.
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i did once and i couldnt get it out it took forever to get the smell out, good luck
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Old 07-02-2013, 03:30 AM
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I kinda like the smell. So I'd just put diesel on top of it.
Agreed!!!
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#@%$!& sorry man. I spilled half a thing of kleen in my garage once and it smelled for about a week. And that was after cleaning it all up and then wiping with brake cleaner to get the residue off. Is it on a flat part of carpet where you could use a carpet cleaner? They have the stair wand attachment that you may ba able to use inside there.
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I kinda like the smell. So I'd just put diesel on top of it.
I kind of like it too. Now I'm thinking of cutting out a piece of cardboard, soaking it in DK, and hanging it from the rearview.
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