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Old 10-23-2006   #1
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Had something spill in my trunk ( nothing major ) but I wanted to wash the liner in there ! Would it be ok to put it in the washing machine or not ?
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im going to go w/no on this one, take it out and use a good carpet cleaner on it, or if you have a carpet cleaning machine ( basically a wet dry vac ) use it, or use both.
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Yeah don't put it in the washer, unless you want to buy a new carpet and washer. It will just tear up everything. Like he said, just get a good cleaner and deodorizer and clean it up.
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I like using 'Folex' for cleaning my carpets from stuff like salt in the carpet from the winter,
it's organic, I haven't seen any color fading or carpet defects/wearing using it,
Actually I think I've only used it for salt removal so far....
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If you are just talking about the carpet on the floor of the trunk you can just pull it out and use a pressure washer on it. I just go to the carwash and pressure wash my floormats and stuff, they get nice and clean, then I hang them to dry over my tub, or outside if it is nice.
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