Last edited by Mr. Joker; 06-23-05 at 09:22 AM.
Get a can of Goop (the stuff automotive repair professionals use it to clear their hands.) Blot, don't rub. Blot out the goop with warm water and a sponge. Blot, don't rub. Then Frebreze to get the smell of the goop out. $10.00 fix. Let me know how it goes.
Ronsonol lighter fluid. It cleans and then completely evaporates, leaving no smell whatsoever. Amazing stuff.
If you don't mind smell, simple green gets about anything out...I use it on the carpets at home.
Pretty much anything that will remove it will bleach out the fabric. Just wipe it real good and return the car at night. I don't recall ever having them llok at the back seat. They usually just walk around the outside to look for major damage.
It's a rental car, for cryin' out loud! Just return it and don't worry about it.
See if your hardware store has some stuff called Folex, that stuff's great!
Or, try Simple Green, you'll get a bit of a greenish stain after though, so you'll need to scrub the Simple Green out with some water.
See if your local shoe store has some stuff to clean sneakers with, that should work on a car seat, and people who buy those blingin' sneakers like to keep them clean.
Lincoln Town Cars "catch air" real good if they're launched right.
team-mates don't always see the beauty in this.
Forget flammable lighter fluid, Simple Green and all the other stuff.....
USE GOOP! Water soluble, non flammable and won't "bleach" anything. Ten years of using it to get grease out of clothing and material, it has NEVER removed the color from anything. (Not saying it never will, but it hasn't yet!)
I had the same thing happen. I just turned it in, and they never even looked i nthe back seat.
From Craig's List: IF its a singlespeed that means----all the other parts are broken cut off and dumped...dont buy singlespeeds, the bikes will make your balls fall off
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I use simple green for things like this... it doesn't smell to me... oh wait
Just your average club rider... :)
hahahahahaOriginally Posted by my58vw
haha, you know if I was still hungy and agitated I'd quote that
I cleaned my chain in a bucket of that stuff in my bathroom last night, and the bathroom STILL smells like that stuff. It's one of those smells that takes a few days to go away.
that's why you do it outside on the patio or something.
I lack a patio...my apartment is kinda gimp like that.
brake cleaner - found in the automotive sections of ***-mart, etc. Spray some on a cloth then wipe off and repeat if necessary. This takes any kind of grease off of cloth - do not use on leather. Don't worry about the smell, it dissipates quickly.