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My car has a cream roof lining and it is dirty in some areas, especially where the audio tech touched the back pillers installing the new speakers...
Can anyone recommend a good spray cleaner that is also safe for the fabric.
Like a stain remover? I would rather not have a harsh chemical in there either.
 

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I would think any fabric cleaner in a spray can would work.Foam might work best. I would not saturate it so it doesn't cause problems with the adhesive backing. Soft scrubbing, blot dry.

Leave the windows open to thoroughly let it dry.


This gives a method but no specific product recommendation other than car upholstery cleaner


https://www.yourmechanic.com/article/how-to-clean-the-interior-roof-of-a-car
 

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Well, I ended up using Whip It and it works very well on the roof lining.
I sprayed it on a microfiber cloth and wiped the scuffs off. ;ol;
 

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Super clean diluted 10:1 cleans fabric very well. Use a microfiber towels and the pressure you can create with the towel wrapped around your fist to scrub. If you have a steam cleaner even better just don't heat the liner up too much or you will ruin the adhesive and it will say. Hope this helps. I use super clean on just about every interior surface. Leather, plastic, vinyl, fabric. I do mobile detailing professionally and it's my go to all purpose cleaner. Can't beat $9 a gallon.
 

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I just used a cheap version of the oxiaction clothes cleaner with water in a squirty bottle and the soft brush off the end of my vacuum cleaner, did the cloth on the half leather seats at the same time looks new

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