Discussion in 'Interior' started by dojrs, Sep 12, 2018.
Wow, that is nice work. Do you do that for a living? How long did that take?
Thank you! No it’s a side job/hobby for extra cash. That one took me about 4 months.
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I`m going to have nightmares after seeing the before picture with all that filth. I will never understand how people can do that to their vehicle.
I use liquid laundry detergent. Vacuum really well. Wet, pour liquid laundry detergent on the carpet and scrub with a stiff bristle brush and then let sit in the sun to heat up. Take to the coin-op car wash and rinse. After the mud stops poring out in the rinse process, they look as good as new.
I had a mishap with a large bottle of dawn dish soap, it fell over in the back on the way home from Costco.... I guess they don't make those bottle dispensers leak proof... we had half the bottle on the rear carpet by the time we got home.
I got out the hose with a high pressure small hose nozzle and parked on the slope of the driveway and hosed the whole rear carpet out It turned out really clean in the end after sitting out in the sun for the rest of the day and by night we left the windows open in the hot garage it dried fine had no issues with mold or rust what so ever. I would not recommend keeping it in the truck but it had soaked thru to the metal floor and could only scrape out so much. So out of the vehicle it should work great as long as you have a warm day to dry.
Last year I posted a picture of my Neighbor pressure washing the inside of his Escalade. He left the windows down for a few days, with no ill effects.
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