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what color? believe it or not, peroxide is a great thing for removing stains.. u can mix it with seltzer water, it really helps.. ive taken out blood stains in my previous BMW

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Did you already try soap and water? I think that is what has been recommended. If it can take soap and water then maybe it can take cleaners not safe for suede, this is after all, not real suede. Try Quick N Brite, it's a good all purpose cleaner. Or if you want I'm sure there are cleaners for suede for shoes. That would probably work.

And Chinese takeout-so that's what you call it...
 

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I was just about to say what HIboy said. Wouldn't any suede cleaner for clothes, jackets, shoes work for the is300 escaine seats?

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Go to http://www.griotsgarage.com/ for more information on the following product:

GRIOT'S GARAGE Clear Interior Cleaner

There is no other interior cleaner like it in the world. Interior Cleaner has no
dyes or other chemicals that could alter the color of your interior. Will not
remove dyes, fade or spot. Oil, dirt and countless other products lift right up
with minimum fuss. You'll be amazed at how well Interior Cleaner works at
removing stains from your carpet, seats, headliner, door panels, dash and
leather! Just spray it on, wipe it off.
 

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Hey,
You might want to try Lifter1.
I've had great results with it removing all kinds of dirt and stains.
Good Luck!
 

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When I bought the car I decided there would be NO food or drink in the car and your tale has only served to strength my resolve. Oy, I think I'd have a fit!
 

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Your Lexus dealership has a auto care package specifically for the IS300. It has leather cleaner, conditioner, Escaine cleaner and window cleaner for about 25-30 dollars. Give it a shot.
 

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Originally posted by SeattleSheila:
When I bought the car I decided there would be NO food or drink in the car and your tale has only served to strength my resolve. Oy, I think I'd have a fit!
Heh, yeah I say that every time I trade cars, quickly dies. I'm in the car almost all day long so I sometimes grab a quick bite and eat it on the run. Also on trips. You just have to be careful and tilt the sunroof open to alleviate the food smell.

That brings up a question I had when I drove the IS300, how easy is that stuff to stain?



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Originally posted by HIBBoyScott:
Hehe. Glad to see I'm not the only one giving him a little cheap shot about that.
Scott, Doh. I missed your reference (went back to check it out - lol). Good to see we both live on Gutter St. (except your street has palm trees and mine doesn't
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