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Old 12-10-2016, 03:39 PM   #3381
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As a new e46 sponsor specializing in automotive detailing supplies, I thought I would open a thread for people to ask their questions about exterior and interior care of their vehicles. There is so much information out there regarding automotive detailing and we've been in the business for years. I have used a majority of products available on the market and have hand selected the products I stand by for our shop, .

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Hi George and Greg, I searched this forum for cleaning dirty seat belts with no luck so I thought I would start with you. Do you have preferred solution to cleaning dirty beige seatbelts? I tried with a basic upholstery cleaner and a brush but no love. Any ideas?
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Old 12-24-2016, 07:12 PM   #3382
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What should I use to clean the cinnamon interior, mainly the door panels and arm rests. Could the same be used for the seats?

How about all the black pieces like the dash to help protect from the sun and get it restored to dark black?
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