Date registered: Jan 2006
Vehicle: 73 280SE 4.5, 71 300SEL, 03 BMW Z4, 72 Fiat 850, 80 Triumph TR7, 85 Porsche 911
Location: DC Area
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To my knowledge, simple green is available everywhere, and it's biodegradeable. But like I said previously, it's strong stuff - I'm sure you'd notice a lightening of everything you use it on. I've got a white (ivory) interior too, and there was a world of difference in the before and after. The stuff isn't bleach based or solvent based, so you won't kill yourself in an enclosed car...
My Fiat came to me in Kermit-the-Frog-Green (horrid color, seriously), and when I used simple green on the thing, I had green paint going down my driveway (the hose washed it all away without issue). I've also used the stuff on engine parts, engine bays, oily undercarriages and dusty alloy wheels, all with very satisfactory results.