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    seat cleaning

    was wondering what everyones reccomendation was to best clean suede seats to get the smell of cigarette smoke out? best way/best products..

    thanks!

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    perhaps quit smoking.
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    lol bought it from a smoker... not me

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    honestly you need a professional grade product to do a good cleaning without having to scrub for days or saok the shit out of everything, i like the 3M pro line. you wont be able to get. and if you can its expensive. and by the time you do the labor you saved nothing, assuming you even have the tools to space to do it. some kind of heated cleaner, or at the minimum a spray bottle and a heavy duty shopvac. honestly just take it so a detailing shop and get it done.
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