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Old 03-18-2006
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Last night my girlfriend was eating chocolate in my car and got some on the passenger seat . Of course I was pissed not so much at her but just because it happened. It was late and I didnt have anything to clean it up with so I found some of them Shout wipes in the laundry room. They work great, got all the chocolate out of seat and there is no marks what so ever from it drying. Seat looks as good as it did before this unfortunate event happened. I recommend keeping a couple of these in your glove box for those times when accidents may occur (on your clothing or car). If your not familiar they are like wet naps, only for clothing and I guess now car seats.

BTW I think the no eating anything rule in my car has just been reenacted
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Make sure when using any laundry product on your car that you check to make sure it wont fade or discolor the fabric. Many laundry products are too harsh or not intended for the materials used to make car seats and carpet. Glad it worked for you though. Gotta keep that food outta the car!
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That is what I was worried about, but I didnt have any other options at the time, so i just went ahead and took a chance. Just wanted to share with everyone that this did not fade or discolor the fabric, so they should be cool to use, I'll use it again.
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Good info. Thanks!
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don't leave them in the car, man. the wetness will evaporate over time.
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