How to Remove Fermented Liquid From Car Upholstery?

Answer When some types of liquids are spilled inside of a car, they can quickly ferment and begin to stink. Milk, for example, is frequently spilled by children onto a car's upholstery. Fermented milk can... Read More »

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How to Remove Liquid Spills from Fabric Vehicle Upholstery?

Over time car owners may experience spilled coffee while going over a bump in the road, leaks from a child's sippy cup or a punctured gallon of milk in the back seat. If spills aren't cleaned quick... Read More »

How do I remove gum from car upholstery?

Place ice cubes in a resealable plastic bag. Press the ice pack directly on the gum stuck on your car upholstery. This will harden the gum and make it easier to lift. Gently pry the gum from the ca... Read More »

How to Remove Wax from Car Upholstery?

Wax can be a tricky substance to clean up. It's not a rare occurrence to have some sort of waxy stain on the upholstery of your car, especially if you have kids who love to use crayons.

How do I remove red pen ink from upholstery?

Contain ItPour hydrogen peroxide into a spray bottle about ¼ full. Squirt the peroxide around the red pen ink stain to form a barrier to keep the ink from spreading when you are trying to remove i... Read More »