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Old 05-09-2011, 01:00 PM
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see james at city subaru, i did he was great help.
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yeh i think Godfrey aka Mattuz is going to supply from Subaru Wangara and i'll be fitting with the help of someone who knows what they are doing so its all good, just need parts supplied
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are the seats you have atm no good kb?
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theyre pretty disgusting dirty. i scrubbed the fk out of them and put white towels on top of them to soak the dampness and the towels came out brown, and theyre still not clean. i dont know if its possible to get them decently clean. I know theyre quite a few years old but its just a bit OTT dirty for my liking
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Old 05-09-2011, 03:18 PM
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could try take seats out of car to clean? why was the inside of car so dirty lol, outside looks very clean
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yeh ive thought about doing that but started raining.
I dont know but like my pics in my driveway show i pulled out every little part of the centre console and cleaned every small crack. i guess just over time
I suppose I will see how doing that goes before i spend the money on new seats, or maybe get a pro inner car cleaner??
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Just get them professionally shampooed... i got someone from car-care to do mine last year in my work car park, cost like 60 bucks. Seats look fucking mint now, brand spanka's or close enough to!
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Best way to clean the seats is to rip them out & hit them with a bucket of really soapy water, a brush & a high pressure cleaner, try borrowing a seat so you can give them a few days to dry, mine were covered in grease & dirt when I bought them & they came out like new after doing them.

You can still see the cleaner marks as they hadn't been sat on at this stage, much cheaper than blowing 5-600 on another set.
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I'd opt to cleaning as suggested, then go with buying if it doesnt workout, unless you just want different seats
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