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Headliner dirt - how to clean?

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#1 OFFLINE   Cobra348


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Posted 15 November 2015 - 10:59 PM

What product and/or method would you recommend for cleaning a grease/dirt smudge right over the driver door on the headliner?  I just noticed it the other day and it probably got there when the local mechanic swapped the Winter tires onto the FFH.


I looked in both here and the Fusion Forum and saw recommendations on the Meguiars spot remover cloths but thought I'd ask if anyone else had other ideas?  The area seems to be a grazing type of smudge rather then produced by actually grabbing the area.




PS - Winter has already set in ... cooler weather and the Winter tread has already dropped 3 MPG off a tank and .4 from lifetime!  Bummer

Edited by Cobra348, 15 November 2015 - 11:01 PM.

Larry - aka Cobra


Big Red: 2017 FFH SE, Ruby Red, Med Light Stone leather

602A SE Luxury Package, Park Assist, Adaptive Cruise Control w/stop & go

Driver Assist Pkg (lane keeping, BLIS, auto high beams, rain-sensing wipers, heated steering wheel)

My additions:  WeatherTech lasercut floor mats, in-channel wind deflectors (dark smoked),

Steeda strut tower brace, Steeda rear sway bar, Steeda hood struts, Ford donut spare,

blacked out grille

Summer rims/tires - 17" Verde Regency rims with OEM tread

Winter rims/tires - 17" OEM rims with Goodyear UltraGrip WRT Ice

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#2 OFFLINE   tr7driver


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Posted 16 November 2015 - 09:06 AM

Try spraying a little brake part cleaner on a white cotton rag and gently rubbing, lifting it out, not rubbing it in. 

#3 OFFLINE   thavil


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Posted 16 November 2015 - 01:34 PM

I also had a mechanic grease stain in the same spot. I gently used a damp Magic Eraser and it worked.

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