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Old 10-24-2005   #1
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Cloth Seat cleaning...

I spilled alot of chicken juice on my back seat when i was transporting two trays of shredded chicken from a catered lunch at my school. So, now my car smells bad of chicken....what can i use to clean the seat and get rid of the smell? Thanks, i need help ASAP, not sure how long i can handle this
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oxi-clean for the stain and febreeze "auto" for the smell. Just leave the febreeze in the car, youll need it for a few days. If you dont like the febreeze, you can actually use pinesol to get the smell out, but i hate the smell of pinesol.
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I would get any apolstry cleaner that neutralizes odors with a brush attachment. If that can get rid of my smelly manhood then I'm sure it can help you. Oh and before I forget you really might just have to steam clean it if nothing else works.
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I would get any apolstry cleaner that neutralizes odors with a brush attachment. If that can get rid of my smelly manhood then I'm sure it can help you. Oh and before I forget you really might just have to steam clean it if nothing else works.
hope that helps and good luck.

ya, i was thinking maybe trying like a rug doctor or something...i think its gonna need more then just an odor nuetralizer.....
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I would get any apolstry cleaner that neutralizes odors with a brush attachment. If that can get rid of my smelly manhood then I'm sure it can help you. Oh and before I forget you really might just have to steam clean it if nothing else works.
hope that helps and good luck.
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i used oxi-clean to get rid of some doggy pee/doo on a carpet. needless to say, the thing is flawlessly clean. it'll do more than wonders on your seat...
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i used oxi-clean to get rid of some doggy pee/doo on a carpet. needless to say, the thing is flawlessly clean. it'll do more than wonders on your seat...
where is the best place to get it?
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