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How to clean Eddie Bauer seats?

Discussion in 'Stock 2006 -2010 Explorers' started by 05fordexploder, April 27, 2013.

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    1. 05fordexploder

      05fordexploder New Member

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      I was going to put this in the detailing section but I figure I would try here first because some seats from other models may be different fabric. I just purchased an 06 Explorer Eddie Bauer with the cloth/suede inserts where you sit. The seats are in pretty good shape but I wanted to know how to clean and rejuvenate the seats to where they would look very clean and less wore looking.

      Also I have the tan interior. What would you recommend to clean the seatbelts too?

      Thanks in advance
       
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      I'm not sure on the cleaning part as my suede seats haven't needed to be deep cleaned yet but if they're pilling (like an old sweater) you can use a fabric shaver on them. I've done that in the spots where pants rub and it made them look like new again.
       

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