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Old September 13th, 2005, 04:01 PM   #1
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Cleaning the headliner?

Does ant one know of a good way to clean the headliner? I am afraid of scrubbing and messing up the fabric.... And also what kind of cleaner should I use. Thanks
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any carpet cleaner should work...use a soft brush to rub it in....then blot it dry with a plush towel....if yo don't have carpet cleaner....you can take some woolite and mix it 1:10 with water....it works good
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any carpet cleaner should work...use a soft brush to rub it in....then blot it dry with a plush towel....if yo don't have carpet cleaner....you can take some woolite and mix it 1:10 with water....it works good


Cool... Thanks bro, I'll give that a try.
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Just make sure you don't wet your headliner too much. I think I read somewhere that if you wet it too much, it'll soak into the foam under it and leave a wet mark.
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Just make sure you don't wet your headliner too much. I think I read somewhere that if you wet it too much, it'll soak into the foam under it and leave a wet mark.
Thanks for letting me know...
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i asked the mech at honda he said brake cleaner works good ..spray it on a cloth and clean it..never tried it tho
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brake cleaner is pretty harsh......theres tons of cleaners i would use first before putting brake cleaner on the headliner....
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