: Cleaning a pillar...etc

11-26-11, 09:39 PM
My dealer who installed my car starter (aftermarket),,the tech that is,,was kind enough to leave his grubby oily finger prints on my pillars. i don't even want to think about them attempting to clean this delicate creamy colored fabric so any suggested methods or product I could use to clean these. I suspect I will likely remove them and would guess there is a "dry cleaner" type solvent that would work best ?

11-26-11, 11:35 PM
I think someone posted something about a product called Awesome. They indicated that it worked great, even on the headliner.

11-26-11, 11:42 PM
Thanks..ordered some and I'll give it a go.

11-26-11, 11:47 PM
Found it

11-26-11, 11:49 PM
Awesome..recall this..thanks

11-27-11, 12:32 AM
I would use TUFF STUFF Foaming carpet cleaner. Worked wonders on my tar ridden headliner..
Suprised these pillars are cloth! My Aurora's are cloth, i had to recover them though due to the glue or fabric failing..

11-27-11, 01:24 AM
Keep me updated if you could one day after drinking I left the sun roof liftedand it sprinkled and now have a water mark on my sun roof door I cant seam toget rid of

11-27-11, 01:48 AM
Maybe I'll give that a try because my headliner is really dirty. Spots here and there and I've opened the sunroof maybe 2 times the whole time I've owned this thing. It sucks that they use such light materials.

11-27-11, 01:59 AM
Its very elegant when its clean, but does get dirty rather easily. Maybe it could benefit from some Scotch Guard.

11-27-11, 12:10 PM
Its very elegant when its clean, but does get dirty rather easily. Maybe it could benefit from some Scotch Guard.
Scotchguard would certainly be a great idea for a new vehicle ! I like the light color..doesn't give you the closed in feeling that a dark color would.

11-27-11, 12:14 PM
What is needed is a dry cleaning product in an aerosol application..I must check with my detailer

11-27-11, 05:15 PM
I just had my complete headliner cleaned by my dealer. I will ask them what they used.

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11-27-11, 06:22 PM
There is a product called "Magic Eraser" that I use on leather spots etc. It might just work on your A pillar. You can buy it in many discount stores like Target, Walmart, etc. Very inexpensive and works well. I keep some in the consol, just in case.