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Seat cleaning

Discussion in 'The Toolbox' started by Chaser, Dec 17, 2016.

  1. Chaser

    Chaser Well-Known Member

    Does anyone have any tips/tricks for cleaning/removing scuffs and stains from JD seats?  Looking at replacing

    used ripped seats with used original seats. but a lot of the used ones I find are scuffed or sort or dirty. 
     
  2. jd.rasentrac

    jd.rasentrac Well-Known Member

    Sorry, I've no ideas for cleaning and also very interested in the guys answers!
     
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  3. backwoods

    backwoods Well-Known Member

    Could you post a picture of the seat that needs to be cleaned?
     
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  4. Kster526

    Kster526 Well-Known Member

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    Tryed to open link and it takes me to a Target sight.
     
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  5. truck21

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  6. Chaser

    Chaser Well-Known Member

    This work?

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  7. Kster526

    Kster526 Well-Known Member

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    All purpose cleaner then soften up with a good dressing to keep it from cracking. If the marks do not come off a little lacquer thinner gingerly wiped over but make sure to dress it the thinner dries them out. Cleanser works also. It doesn't look that bad should come up for you.
     
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  8. johndeereelfman

    johndeereelfman Member Staff Member

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    I use a couple of items, depending on the marks. For that seat, I'd try Mr. Clean's Majik Eraser. They do wonders! Even clean chrome really nice. If the eraser doesn't work, I'd go with some polishing compound, lightly rubbed. After cleaned, I'd follow up with some kind of vinyl protector to help keep the vinyl soft.
     
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  9. Chaser

    Chaser Well-Known Member

    Thanks for the tips, much appreciated. :)
     
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  10. backwoods

    backwoods Well-Known Member

    Have you had a chance to clean it an is so.what method worked for you?
     
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  11. Chaser

    Chaser Well-Known Member

    Its on ebay. Wanted to see if I could get it clean before buying. Ain't pulled the trigger yet