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    Default Recaro fabric protection

    I just had the seats in my pace car redone with the TMI kit. Any suggestions for stain protection on the white fabric? I'd like to keep them looking good as possible.

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    Not sitting, eating, drinking, smoking, farting or spilling is the best fabric protector on white fabric.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vintageracer View Post
    Not sitting, eating, drinking, smoking, farting or spilling is the best fabric protector on white fabric.
    Where do cherry slurpees fall in this category?

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    It's a little low tech but I use a old bath towel over the seat, but then that would cover up your pretty Recaros.
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    Doesn't Weathertek make laser-measured protective covers for those?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bison View Post
    It's a little low tech but I use a old bath towel over the seat, but then that would cover up your pretty Recaros.
    X2. What he said^
    I have a grey pair of towels for my svo and a tan pair for my saleen

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    303 spaceage fabric protectant.
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    Most modern fabrics come with fabric protector as they know car seats need it. 3m scotch guard makes a product too.
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    Thanks guys. Should have asked the wife first. When she picked up the seats yesterday, the upholstery guy suggested the 3m stuff. She applied it last night and installed the seats for me (since I'm away working for the rest of the month).
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    WOW!

    Your wife does great work!

    Seats look Awesome!!
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    Thanks! And yeah, she does good, but I've been pushing my luck here lately. The day prior, she had to go pick up 2 rear ends from my buddy's shop!

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    Wow is right those seats look amazing!!!!

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    That pattern does a number on the eyes.

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    Yeah, don't stare too long. It'll give you a seizure!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Broncojunkie View Post
    Yeah, don't stare too long. It'll give you a seizure!
    MY EYES!!!

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    Looks nice!

    Take her on a nice getaway soon. Your wife too.

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