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Carpet Stains on Driver Side Floor Mat

Carpet Stains on Driver Side Floor Mat

I had some carpet stains on the floor mats of my '95 Mustang that the local detailer couldn't remove... Photo: Ryan King, 2006. Click image to enlarge.

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Carpet Stains on Passenger Side Floor Mat

Carpet Stains on Passenger Side Floor Mat

...So I decided to see what GreaseMaster could do with them. Photo: Ryan King, 2006. Click image to enlarge.

Carpet Stains Gone on Driver Side Floor Mat

Carpet Stains Gone on Driver Side Floor Mat

With GreaseMaster diluted at 100:1, I sprayed it on and gave it some time to soak into the fibers. I came back after about 5-10 minutes and gave it a quick spray to reactivate the solution, and scrubbed the mat with a clean floor brush. The stains came right out (the dark and somewhat dirty appearance of the carpets was strictly due to a lighting problem I couldn't correct for and wasn't actually there in person). Photo: Ryan King, 2006. Click image to enlarge.

Carpet Stains Gone on Passenger Side Floor Mat

Carpet Stains Gone on Passenger Side Floor Mat

I followed up with a dry rag to help remove the excess GreaseMaster, but let it dry without rinsing the mat because I have found that by leaving GreaseMaster on, dirt build up occurs at a much slower rate and (as I've mentioned before), once dry I can't tell it's on there. Photo: Ryan King, 2006. Click image to enlarge.

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