Headliner cleaning

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  1. Kee Fuller

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    Any good products to recommend for cleaning the headliner? I have pen marks and other crap up there
     
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    I use this stuff at my detail shop all of the time. It works great on headliners... I’m not positive about it removing ink though. I think it should work fine, I’ve used it to easily remove grease stains off of light tan headliners.

    http://www.prowax.com/cleaners/C-54_Upholstery_Carpet_Cleaner.html

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    A detailer friend of mine actually uses a household bathroom bleach spray to clean headliners. He cleaned a light gray headliner that had soda, dirt, fingerprints and ink stains on it. He sprayed it on a rag first then rubbed it down in sections. Came out AMAZING! I wouldn't spray it directly on the headliner.
     
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    name of the spray?
     
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    Can't think of it right now, but it's the name brand bleach cleaner bathroom spray. It's in a white trigger spray bottle.
     
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    As a detailer, I generally stick to products manufactured for auto applications, to ensure the safety of the car, and make the best end result.
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    He works for a small used car dealer, And they're cheap. So you know how that goes, They don't want to spend money on real car cleaning products, So my buddy has to improvise.
     
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