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adtrac
14-01-13, 07:38 AM
has any one any advice as to how to clean headlining with out causing damage on my NP PAJERO.
mine is getting a little bit dirty , mainly from dust , and kids fingers.

Goodsy
14-01-13, 08:14 AM
No but if someone does I'm all eyes.

nervis
14-01-13, 08:49 AM
I have just used a soft cloth with Armoral All Purpose Cleaner. Maybe give it a vacuum first with a brush attachment? You will be amazed/shocked at what comes out of it!

Pauly Faulkner
14-01-13, 09:56 AM
You can get gentle foaming cleanser for car interior at any auto store. Works on carpet, vinyl etc and works pretty good, i've only ever used it on carpet and seats though.
You can also get it in the spray on and forget stuff as well.

my.paj
14-01-13, 10:06 AM
I used a damp chux got rid of 98% but vac first.
Rick

m1s3ry
18-01-13, 07:14 PM
I've found that on various interior materials that a dry brush works better than anything damp or wet as it doesn't smudge the marks..

Goodsy
18-01-13, 07:17 PM
What about foot marks?

captain_paj
18-01-13, 08:23 PM
What about foot marks?

On the headliner?

What have you been up to Goodsy?

:think1[1]:

Stevie-Ray
18-01-13, 09:57 PM
What about foot marks?
You obviously have had young kids in the back! :lol9[1]:
Always best to try dry methods of removing dirt (vacuuming), before using wet techniques, & probably advisable to avoid using strong solvents or steam-cleaners as they can affect the adhesives used in the headlining. :think1[1]:
Otherwise you may have to work out a way to stick it back up, like my mate's Chrysler Voyager before he sold it! :(

Steve :rolleyes:

Goodsy
18-01-13, 10:20 PM
No kids Steve. ;)

captain_paj
19-01-13, 12:20 AM
No kids Steve. ;)

Go you dog you!

:clap2[1]:

Man that brings back memories - *sigh*

Stevie-Ray
19-01-13, 01:19 AM
No kids Steve. ;)
So, what have you been up to Goodsy? :lol9[1]:

Reminds me of a member of the 4WD club I was in, who had mirror-tiles glued to the inside of his ute's canopy! :D

nifty
01-02-13, 03:36 PM
No kids Steve. ;)

I thought that's what the tie down points in the back are for.....................so you DON"T end up with foot prints on the hoodlining. I'm sure I read that in the owners manual actually

DiDExceed
12-02-13, 08:11 PM
Maybe kids soon the by the sound of it:censored[1]: