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Dusty Seats

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When I hit my seats, a whole bunch of dust come out. How can I clean my seats? Anyone have suggestions?
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So very true.

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Try vacuuming the hell outta them then use turtlewax upholstery cleaner, it has bristles to pull out crap embedded in the seats
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haha mines same. i punch it and get a big cloud. vacuum doesnt really help, its like inside the seat or something. i borrowed some cleaner so maybe i'll just spray everything down.
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Yes, I tried vacumming it barely helps...just like gearbox said, when I punch my seats a huge dust cloud appears...sucks. Only thing I can really think of is if I take out the seats and start punching and kicking them till all the dust disappears.
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hey isnt that what they did in the old days just get something and whack the dirt out like a rug.
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The seat covers can be removed and cleaned. Most things in the foam can be steam cleaned or blown out with a high pressure air hose. Whatever you do make sure you DON'T dry the seat covers, unless you have no desire to put them back on.
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