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Soda Stains on Car Upholstery

What can I use to get dried soda stains out of my car upholstery, and from the carpet?

Christine from West Valley City, Utah

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June 15, 20070 found this helpful

spray with a mixture of vinegar and water, let sit for a few minutes, then soak up with a paper towel but do not rub instead like blot, I found this by accident while cleaning car windows, I saw a stain which looked like soda stain and tried it and it took off every stain. Good luck.

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By Lynda (Guest Post)
June 15, 20070 found this helpful

Club soda has been used to clean stains for a VERY long time. I'd be more likely to try this before using
water. Rub with an old terry cloth, then blot dry with
paper towels. I don't believe it will need rinsing unless very dark or colored stain, or the clear Club

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Soda turns a different color. It should NOT harm your upholstery at all. I believe you will be pleased with the results if you do not over wet it. Blow dry the spot afterwards and fluff with a toothbrush, if needed, to faster view the results. If you need deeper scrubbing, gently use a soft bristle brush in only one direction, watching carefully that it
isn't disturbing the fibers of the fabric. Brush then blot, repeating with a little Club Soda spray, then brush and blot until all gone. Good luck and God bless and help you. : )

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By BOBBIE (Guest Post)
June 16, 20070 found this helpful

Try a product called "speedball" if none of the other tips work. I make automotive carpet (throw in mats, in my dept.), and that's what we use.

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