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    Cleaning YES Essentials Fabric

    Suggestions for what to use on the new fabric that Chrysler is putting their vehicles? They suggest only MOPAR products or a mild soap and water solution. Nothing strong. No Scothguard or anything like it.

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    try Meguiar's APC diluted 10:1 or Automagic triple seven APC 8:1.

    then apply 3M scotchgard to protect the fabrics and Odoban in case you have odors. Odoban has worked well for me. just test for colorfastness.

    Hope this helps.
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    o yeah i have seen that fabric my self thats good stuff. with that fabric theres not much u can use, i would say just go with wat they say or check out maguiars quick out or something.

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