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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 04-11-2009, 03:26 PM Thread Starter
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wow! just wow!

I had a grease stain in the middle of my Momo car seat that no other product was able to get it out. I used Glass Plus which is really a glass cleaner and that stain lifted right off.
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I love GP for my glass, but have never tried it on anything else. Thanks for the info!

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I will be using it on my dance floor, mirror and pole
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I will be using it on my dance floor, mirror and pole
Be careful! You could end up w/ that g-string around your head. No, not the head you are thinking about...

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Be careful! You could end up w/ that g-string around your head. No, not the head you are thinking about...
You're just worried I will ship you a clean one
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You're just worried I will ship you a clean one
Don't you dare!

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Drew,

Another product you may be interested in then is SPOT SHOT. It comes in a silver/chrome bottle and it is a carpet cleaner. Works awesome on the upholstery of our cars especially if you have MB TEX. The door panels and especially the grab handles that usually get so nasty especially on light colored ones. (Especially for a guy like you who loves to tinker with cars. It will take off pretty much anything without hurting the color) All you have to do is to spray it, let it soak for a couple of minutes and just wipe. YOUR eyes will POP out with amazement.
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I am not sure if I want my eyes to pop but I can think of something else for that
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For grease or oil 3M adhesive remover is the best I've found so far.
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Wait, you had a "grease stain"....in the middle of your Momo seat.


Rrrrriiiighhtttttttt.........
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