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Old 05-15-19, 02:29 PM
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I have an easy one for someone. I bought some WeatherTech floor liners for my wife's RX a while ago because I was so happy with some I got for my car a few years ago. The problem is that while mine are black and don't show dirt, hers are tan and they do. I thought the expected winter dirt/salt/mag chloride that we get every winter would come out with soap and water. It didn't. So now I'm wondering what I can use to clean them. I would think just about anything somewhat strong would work. Maybe even some Simple Green, but I don't want to ruin them. Any ideas? WeatherTech sells a cleaner, but I'm thinking I MUST have something that will work well.

Also, it seems like whatever I use might be able to get he scuff marks off the door sill, too. What's a good idea for that?
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I have an easy one for someone. I bought some WeatherTech floor liners for my wife's RX a while ago because I was so happy with some I got for my car a few years ago. The problem is that while mine are black and don't show dirt, hers are tan and they do. I thought the expected winter dirt/salt/mag chloride that we get every winter would come out with soap and water. It didn't. So now I'm wondering what I can use to clean them. I would think just about anything somewhat strong would work. Maybe even some Simple Green, but I don't want to ruin them. Any ideas? WeatherTech sells a cleaner, but I'm thinking I MUST have something that will work well.

Also, it seems like whatever I use might be able to get he scuff marks off the door sill, too. What's a good idea for that?
I would try the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser first.
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I would try the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser first.
Agree but don't buy Mr. Clean brand. Go on amazon and buy generic melamine sponges. It is the same exact thing for a fraction of the cost.
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Agree but don't buy Mr. Clean brand. Go on amazon and buy generic melamine sponges. It is the same exact thing for a fraction of the cost.
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