| Originally posted by otherside@Aug 22 2004, 07:25 PM |
do you have grey interiors?
worried about the roof lining with the "wurth" cleaner
do you think its safe if used properly on such a light interior?
and as far as the cockpit cleaner from 1z, Ive used purple power, which is a seriously intense cleaner for rubber and other surfaces, and it works a bit, but not great enough....
this cockpit cleaner seems to be a very gentle solvent.....the rubber matts get dirty after just a few drives with our shoes... know what i mean? their also very light
The wheel cleaner seems exactly what Im going to get....Klasse is recomended highly...thanks
Yup, I have gray, Door panels, widow trim plastic, black dash, other interior door dads, and a Light Gray headliner. Almost white but still bray.
I take the Wurth and spray it on the headliner and let it soak in for a few minutes. (Be sure and do this in the garage, or in the shade so the interior isn't hot as it will make the cleaner dry before its done cleaning). Then take a "WHITE" towel or face cloth and gently clean in a back and forth motion. Then I take another towel (damp) and wipe all the cleaner and dirt out. Keep rinsing the towel until no more cleaner or dirt is present. Then take another dry White towel and dry. Once you do the whole thing come back and vacuum with a clean vacuum brush or wide attachment. You wont believe how much crud is sitting on the headliner!!
Don't let it scare you on how many times the rinse towel will need to be rinsed off in clean cool water.
Also you will see dirt in the "drying towel" as well. Keep cleaning, rinsing, drying until no more dirt is present. DON'T soak the headliner, just use they rinse towel "damp" wring the heck out of it, as you just want it damp.
Hope this has helped.