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01-30-2005 04:51 PM
kristkustoms The longer its on there, the worse it gets. But heres a couple methods from a Webcrawler search...

Method One - Commercial Stain Remover
Saturate the dirty area with pretreatment laundry stain remover. Wait one minute for the product to penetrate the stain.

Method Two - Vinegar
To remove coffee (and chocolate stains), mix one teaspoon of white vinegar in one quart of cold water. Sponge on stain and wipe clean.

Method Three - Egg Yolk Solution
Mix the yolk of an egg and a few drops of alcohol with a little warm water. Rub mixture on the stain with a sponge.

Method Four - Baking Soda
Sprinkle a little baking soda on a wet dishcloth to quickly remove coffee and tea stains.
01-30-2005 02:46 PM
schnitz
Coffee Stains on the seat...

Does anybody have a preffered chemical they use to remove a froze-in coffee stain? I spilled mine in my truck (before going in to work) and it was dried and froze to the seat after 8 hours. All the interior cleaners I have won't do squat. Kinda makes me mad. Any suggestions from a pro detailer would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks, Chet

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