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1 fabric cleaner on 1st May 2015, 10:27 am

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Has anyone cleaned their umbrella? And what did they use.


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2 Re: fabric cleaner on 1st May 2015, 4:45 pm

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I ain't but I guess something spray on foam that needs no or min contact/rubbing would be best

3 Re: fabric cleaner on 1st May 2015, 6:34 pm

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Use only like a washing liquid same as you would use for clothes .... run a bath with warm water add the liquid then partialy open the umbrella agitate it with a sponge .... if its stained remover same again what you would use for laundry ... as its safe for clothes and most materials ....


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4 Re: fabric cleaner on 1st May 2015, 6:37 pm

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Someone said to use this in a spray bottle on my interior.

think I might give it a try.


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5 Re: fabric cleaner on 1st May 2015, 6:41 pm

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On the car seat front what's best for them? Mine are purity good but have a couple of marks on the drivers side.

6 Re: fabric cleaner on 1st May 2015, 7:09 pm

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nomad wrote:Use only like a washing liquid  same as you would use for clothes .... run a bath with warm water add the liquid  then partialy open the umbrella agitate it with a sponge .... if its stained remover same again what you would use for laundry ... as its safe for clothes and most materials ....
Thanks mate. Will give it a go with my washing powder then. Didnt think about it being cloth like clothes...


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7 Re: fabric cleaner on 1st May 2015, 7:11 pm

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Bones wrote:On the car seat front what's best for them? Mine are purity good but have a couple of marks on the drivers side.
I was told to use that woolite pictured above. Its only about £2 in tesco.
Was told to spray it on and wipe it off. Then hoover when it is dry.


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8 Re: fabric cleaner on 1st May 2015, 7:11 pm

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Have a read of this quite intresting for some diy cleaning ...http://m.wikihow.com/Clean-Car-Upholstery


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9 Re: fabric cleaner on 1st May 2015, 7:52 pm

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I have just bathed it in clothes washing liquid.
It hasn't made any change Sad
I have emailed a company to see if they can renew the material for me.
Have searched the company that made them and its in China so no go there lol


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10 Re: fabric cleaner on 9th May 2015, 11:49 pm

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I've heard plenty of people who like to use that woolite for cleaning micro fibre clothes, it's supposed to be quite good.

Have you tried soaking it in some Vanish or something like vanish? If not head over to the detailers world forum, i'd imagine someone on there would be able to give you some good advice.

11 Re: fabric cleaner on 10th May 2015, 9:01 am

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Dropped some mates home from the pub last night, now need fabric cleaner for the back seat fuming

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