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Old 12-02-2018, 12:56 PM   #1
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cleaning headlining

As title I have bought a second hand focus st headlining that I will fit at some point when we have some dry weather but please could some one tell me if I could give it a light going over with a hover as there are little bits and bobs on there and could I use some Tesco apc in a bucket with a damp cloth and go over the headlining just to spruce it up a bit or could I use a little bit of carpet shampoo? Thanks for any help/advice
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Headlining / Headliner - Duragloss 451 Fabric & Carpet Cleaner Aerosol Foam is a blend of surfactants, which gently foam away soil, oil and grease from fabric and carpet surfaces. Spot cleaning can be done without leaving rings on fabrics, carpet and velour.

Use Dr Joe dedicated Lint-Free 100% Cotton Blue Huck Surgical Towels,using very light pressure and wipe the headliner following the cleaning with the water-based cleaner (do not soak or use hot water on the headliner fabric as it may delaminate) Dry by blotting with a clean, dry surgical huck towel
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