Best way to clean white seat cover?

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7/25/2019 10:11 PM
Edited Date/Time: 7/25/2019 10:12 PM

I had a new seat cover from dcor with white top installed, but my installer somehow stained the white part. About a 3” square stain. Simple green isnt working. Any suggestions?

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7/25/2019 10:11 PM

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7/25/2019 10:13 PM

Try goof off. I've made some old seat covers look new again with that stuff.

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7/25/2019 10:20 PM

Contact local riders in the UK. He uses some kind of special sauce to get whites their brightest.

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7/25/2019 10:24 PM

Use this! Works great, then order a new one


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7/25/2019 10:26 PM

toothpaste.

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7/26/2019 4:38 AM
Edited Date/Time: 7/26/2019 4:38 AM

I avoid anything to do with white when it comes to seat covers and gear. It's not worth the hassle. I know that doesn't help you now. Give a magic eraser a try.

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7/26/2019 4:41 AM

Shout and SOS pads work great for my seat cover.

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7/26/2019 4:43 AM

S100 or korkay

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7/26/2019 4:46 AM

Don’t buy a seat with white in it lol

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7/26/2019 4:58 AM

I've always had really good luck with Soft Scrub for anything white (plastics, shoes, boots, etc.) and had great results. I've never had to try it on a seat, but I don't see why it wouldn't work just as good.

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7/26/2019 5:03 AM

Acetone. Be careful, but it has worked for me in the past.

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7/26/2019 6:41 AM

motoarmageddon wrote:

I had a new seat cover from dcor with white top installed, but my installer somehow stained the white part. About a 3” square stain. Simple green isnt working. Any suggestions?

Have the installer buy you a new one.

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7/26/2019 6:54 AM

motoarmageddon wrote:

I had a new seat cover from dcor with white top installed, but my installer somehow stained the white part. About a 3” square stain. Simple green isnt working. Any suggestions?

Magic Eraser - Thank me later

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7/26/2019 7:03 AM

Blade Flanagan jr. wrote:

Try goof off. I've made some old seat covers look new again with that stuff.

I use a spray bottle of Goof Off and a grey non-scouring Scotch Brite pad on everything. Plastic, graphics, seat cover and even the frame look brand new with minimal effort.

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7/26/2019 8:38 AM

westleys whitewall cleaner and a magic eraser

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7/26/2019 8:45 AM

Sneaker cleaner

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7/26/2019 8:45 AM

Go to the grocery store and get a plastic brush used for dishes. Scrub using whatever cleaner you're going to try from the list above. I use two of these in my cleaning kit; one for seats, one for chains:

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Braaapin' aint easy.

7/26/2019 12:58 PM

I found a trash can works wonders...

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7/26/2019 1:13 PM

Urine

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7/26/2019 1:19 PM

Tussin

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7/26/2019 1:33 PM

motomike894 wrote:

Don’t buy a seat with white in it lol

This

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7/26/2019 1:36 PM

Easy buy a black one.

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7/26/2019 1:50 PM

Cleanser and a brush. Thats all you need

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7/27/2019 5:53 AM

I was going to suggest Westley's Bleche Wite but it looks like it was taken over by another company and the formulation is different, so YMMV.

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"Hope is not a strategy"

7/27/2019 6:43 AM
Edited Date/Time: 7/27/2019 6:44 AM

Try old school shaving creme, the white foamy kind not gel. I read that in MXA years ago as a tip to clean white boots. I never ran white boots but it worked great on white sneakers.

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7/27/2019 7:02 AM

motoarmageddon wrote:

I had a new seat cover from dcor with white top installed, but my installer somehow stained the white part. About a 3” square stain. Simple green isnt working. Any suggestions?

BRAPPWHIP86 wrote:

Magic Eraser - Thank me later

Yep. I had a boat with white seats in it. Magic Eraser was the only thing I could find that would keep them clean. I always went back over them with some 303 Protectant after using the Magic Eraser, you don't want to put that on your seat cover, thought.

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7/27/2019 7:07 AM

Asie the Guy that cleans boots .

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7/27/2019 8:19 AM

scrubbing bubbles works wonders with a brush.

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7/27/2019 9:24 AM

Simple green and a scrub brush, I’ve had white seats a lot

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