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Old 03-08-2008, 02:13 PM   #1
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How do I get rid of em and make the grills look much cleaner?
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get different ones.
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theres no way to just clean them? Where can I buy different ones other than a junk yard?
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any type of scrubbing to clean the fabric will stretch it out. The yard is the best place to start looking for parts.
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its not fabric, its metal
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OMG brain fart...

have you tried any type of cleaning solution? shouldn't take much
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well being the impatient person I am lol, I went ahead and used the Armor All spray stuff and it for the most part cleared the spots off and leveled out the color. Now I just have some very small spots that I really dont know what they are. Anyway, no I didnt use any cleaner. I'll prolly try that next time. and I have no idea why I never thought of that
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mr.clean magic erasers clean anything!
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I would also try a degreaser. I've got some citrus stuff that works nice. Put in a spray bottle with ten parts water to one part degreaser and give it a try. Spray it and let it sit for a few minutes and then clean it up.
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mr.clean magic erasers clean anything!
lol I'll have to try that at some point.

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I would also try a degreaser. I've got some citrus stuff that works nice. Put in a spray bottle with ten parts water to one part degreaser and give it a try. Spray it and let it sit for a few minutes and then clean it up.
What citrus stuff is it?
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