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l accidentally spilled coffee on the passenger seat, any recomendation on what to use to clean the spots?
I have had good luck with Mothers Carpet and Upholstery Cleaner... mostly for grease on the seats from BAD tech at the dealers shop. Amazon.com: Mothers 05424 Carpet & Upholstery Cleaner - 24 oz: Automotive

haven't tried it for anything that really stains like coffee.. so you might want to wait for some other people to chip in with more answers.

Found this .. might be helpful

How to Remove Coffee Stains from a Car's Interior | eHow.com

good luck! :sadwavey:
 

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I have had good luck with Mothers Carpet and Upholstery Cleaner... mostly for grease on the seats from BAD tech at the dealers shop. Amazon.com: Mothers 05424 Carpet & Upholstery Cleaner - 24 oz: Automotive

haven't tried it for anything that really stains like coffee.. so you might want to wait for some other people to chip in with more answers.

Found this .. might be helpful

How to Remove Coffee Stains from a Car's Interior | eHow.com

good luck! :sadwavey:
The remove coffee stains link looks like sound advice. Think the most sound advice is to get taken care of quick before it sets it.

I am going to take that Scotch Guard protector can that has been sitting on my desk for the past 3 weeks while I procrastinated and put it to work tomorrow.

Scott
 

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The remove coffee stains link looks like sound advice. Think the most sound advice is to get taken care of quick before it sets it.

I am going to take that Scotch Guard protector can that has been sitting on my desk for the past 3 weeks while I procrastinated and put it to work tomorrow.

Scott
I got the dealer installed version of Scotch Guard ($$ Ouch $$) and then decided to get seat covers after all.... tell me I ain't paranoid! :bricks:
 

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I got the dealer installed version of Scotch Guard ($$ Ouch $$) and then decided to get seat covers after all.... tell me I ain't paranoid! :bricks:
I dunno, might of been (probably was) a good investment. I am going to have to do a little cleaning before I put on the Scotch Guard. Starting to see a few discolorations where you open the door in the rain and it drops on the side of the seat. When Wifey and I go for a Saturday/Sunday drive, she always likes to get a breakfast sandwich or snack and I can see a few discolorations associated with the oops. Nothing major, hard to see, but.....

I'm looking seriously at the Clazzio covers when they have them for the Cr-Z
 

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...gosh, this crz curse is really getting serious here. What is going on?!! First someone backs into a pillar, i hit a racoon, and this poor gentleman spilled coffee on his seat! Sorry to hear about it, trust me, i truely am sorry. I know what your going through.

On a side note however,

I plan to redo my seats in leather sometime in the near future. For the look and the ease of cleaning.
 
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