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post #1 of 126 Old 06-15-2015, 09:50 PM Thread Starter
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Interior cleaning

I have a 2008 Nissan Altima and the red seat belt buckles seat belt gear shifter etc... Are all stained any ways to clean it up


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Could cleaning it help ?
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I would use some interior car detailing products first , clean them up .

They must have changed color right !

05 M/T SER Altima . Nismo CAI/CB , OBX Hdrs.Dynomax resonator .RL FSTB&BTD H&R Springs & Triple C Bolt tbi , RLRShifterBushing tbi , EBC Ft/Rr Pads/Rotors, 06 350Z Rear Brakes , Synto/Wix Filter , RP MaxATF PSF, Motul BF/CF, Pennzoil Gear Oil , Wix cab filter , Interstate Battery , Michelin Pilot A/S+
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Ya it's faded and loosing color but I'm new to this so idk what products I don't want to ruin the car
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It s understandable .

Try some Meguiar products , &/or carpet cleaners , distille it real good , you don t want to ruin your belts . Autogeek s forum s pretty strong on that matter .

Always make some test spots before trying these on your items that needed to be cleaned .

05 M/T SER Altima . Nismo CAI/CB , OBX Hdrs.Dynomax resonator .RL FSTB&BTD H&R Springs & Triple C Bolt tbi , RLRShifterBushing tbi , EBC Ft/Rr Pads/Rotors, 06 350Z Rear Brakes , Synto/Wix Filter , RP MaxATF PSF, Motul BF/CF, Pennzoil Gear Oil , Wix cab filter , Interstate Battery , Michelin Pilot A/S+

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Thanks, just wondering if carpets seatbelt gear shifter are stained any ideas I have a lot of detail work and need tips
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These are mostly stained .

I would try to edit your title stating that it needs to be cleaned , might have some more help .

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Also , if these seat belts changed color with time , you ll need to clean them 1st before attempting or have someone taint them .

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What should I change it to
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I would put these the same as original , less problems .

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Is what I put better ??
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What product that you re using right now .

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None just got car today
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ok , get to Meguire s sit & check for interior clean products , they have plenty of great stuff .

As for interior stains , I don t know much about it .

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Do u know anything about faded headlights or the led clock display or radio issues
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