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How to remove grease stains from car inte

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Old 02-09-2009, 08:26 PM
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I had my oil changed and the attendant smeared grease on the beige
cloth interior of my car. I used a stain remover (Turtle Wax Oxy
Interior 1) but the largest & darkest spot of the stain is still
there. Is there anything I can do/use to get the grease out?
 
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Old 02-11-2009, 10:05 AM
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Personally I would go back to the shop that was so disrespectful of your property and i would use the owner of that FINE establishment A$$ to clean the grease.

there is no excuse for that to happen. the plastic seat covers cost 20 bucks for 10k bags. your seat covers $2000.00 easy.

aside from a a$$ chewen the shop needs. i would go to a detail shop and get that fixed. then at least present the shop with that bill.
 
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Old 02-11-2009, 12:29 PM
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Originally Posted by acuralegend
Personally I would go back to the shop that was so disrespectful of your property and i would use the owner of that FINE establishment A$$ to clean the grease.
I agree. It's a freaking Acura, not a beat up 1980's chevrolet chevelle with rust everywhere, waiting to die. Make sure you still have the receipt and go back and demand they remove that stain. Take a picture and if they refuse to, take em' to court. Although I don't know how the judicial process works in Hong Kong. You could always take their asses to Judge Judy in the states. lol.

I hope everything works out for you
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Old 02-23-2009, 09:48 PM
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Originally Posted by acuralegend
Personally I would go back to the shop that was so disrespectful of your property and i would use the owner of that FINE establishment A$$ to clean the grease.

there is no excuse for that to happen. the plastic seat covers cost 20 bucks for 10k bags. your seat covers $2000.00 easy.

aside from a a$$ chewen the shop needs. i would go to a detail shop and get that fixed. then at least present the shop with that bill.
|I agree with my cohart here..he's got the right idea..
 
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There are numerous stain cleaners accessible in the market and you can choose any of these to clean your car engine.. I think some sorts of liquidized cleaners would be perfect to help you out in your engine's cleaning...
 
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Hope you manage to do that. seems difficult to remove such stains..
 
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Old 11-25-2013, 09:05 PM
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Originally Posted by Faireno View Post
There are numerous stain cleaners accessible in the market and you can choose any of these to clean your car engine.. I think some sorts of liquidized cleaners would be perfect to help you out in your engine's cleaning...
One that comes to mind would be Meguires engine clean up.
 
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Old 11-26-2013, 09:31 PM
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I use the Griot's Garage Interior Cleaner in removing grease, oil and dirt from seat covers, carpets and other interior prieces. The WD40 can be used as well but it may take a while for the smell to evaporate.
 
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