Discussion in 'Detailing' started by Kee Fuller, Oct 28, 2018.
Any good products to recommend for cleaning the headliner? I have pen marks and other crap up there
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.
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.
name of the spray?
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.
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.
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.
I used to use a Sprayway Foaming Glass Cleaner for that kind thing. It was really good about pulling odors and nicotine out of fabrics. Also great at shining chrome and (surprise) cleaning glass.
Spray it on and let it foam and soak in a bit to loosen up things and then wipe it off. Repeat as needed. As with any new product, test it in a small inconspicuous area first, but I've never had an issue with it.
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