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    I've tried to remove it with upholstery cleaner, but it's too stubborn and wasn't removed at all. I think it's a very old coffee stain. Does anyone know what I can use to remove it?
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    The easiest option is probably just a new seat. Hang out on eBay for a while and a seat from the same car with the same upholstery should pop up for a decent price. Couple of bolts and just swap them over.
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    Tried using a carpet cleaner? Rug Doctor or whatever theyre called.
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    (Original post by Nuffles)
    The easiest option is probably just a new seat. Hang out on eBay for a while and a seat from the same car with the same upholstery should pop up for a decent price. Couple of bolts and just swap them over.
    Too much money/effort

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    Tried using a carpet cleaner? Rug Doctor or whatever theyre called.
    This is what somebody else told me to do. I think I'll give it a shot.
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    Some sort of bio washing powder would be a good start - let it sit in a bit.

    ... and take your mates car next time you go dogging.
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    (Original post by Gherk)
    Too much money/effort



    This is what somebody else told me to do. I think I'll give it a shot.
    If your car is a few years old then a new seat is like £20, and most cars are like 10 minutes to swap the front seats over. Waaaaay less effort than deep cleaning stains IMO!
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    Always best to do it while they're fresh, but as has been said you could try a carpet cleaner.
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    (Original post by Nuffles)
    If your car is a few years old then a new seat is like £20, and most cars are like 10 minutes to swap the front seats over. Waaaaay less effort than deep cleaning stains IMO!
    My car is an 03 Fiesta.
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    I tend to use laboratory grade sanitary equipment to remove stains but whatever works is fine.
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    Uh oh, did someone get some population paste on the backseat whilst doing the dirty? Always put down a towel or a sheet first.
 
 
 
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