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So I had a BMW 330 to work on this weekend, outside wasn't bad, but the inside was haggard. The owner was really interested in seeing what I could do for the interior as it was in such bad shape.

I busted out my Adams Carpet & Upholstery Cleaner, my carpet brush, and bissel little green machine to extract. Went to work and did a little side by side to show how dramatic the improvement was:




Knocked out the rest of the interior with the Leather & Interior Cleaner and treated every panel to generous helping of VRT or Leather Conditioner. Hit the wood accents with a little Brilliant Spray Glaze. The car came out looking almost new again inside. You can see the floors in this shot... 100% stain free :D



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Is the guy a mechanic. I wonder why hes tracking all that grease/oil. I've been down that road with cars too. Comes out fine though.

Do you use hot water for the pours of the leather? Not burning hot obviously. It helps open the pours of the leather.
 

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I think there’s a prize for thread revival!
2009 might be a record :)
 
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