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Best way to clean mouldy plastic interior?
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Hi there. Still enjoying my 2002 Multispace, now with 100,000 miles on the clock - just running it in.

I haven't paid much attention to cleaning above my head (off-white plastic on the 'modutop' and back of the sun visors), but it has got to the stage where the amount of filth has started to get embarrassing. I tried Cif and a sturdy sponge but to my horror it didn't remove 100%, it looks stained in! Can anyone recommend  a good way to get it looking as good as new?

Thanks
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#2
Hello Metal Mickey go on to ebay tap in stain shifter greased lightning  upholstery cleaner will come up not cheap but good stuff it will last along time spray on wipe off the only thing is if you have a felt backing on the visor mite be a bit harder to clean you can use it around the house as well  Smile
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(30-08-2015, 10:42 AM)Metal Mickey Wrote:  Hi there. Still enjoying my 2002 Multispace, now with 100,000 miles on the clock - just running it in.

I haven't paid much attention to cleaning above my head (off-white plastic on the 'modutop' and back of the sun visors), but it has got to the stage where the amount of filth has started to get embarrassing. I tried Cif and a sturdy sponge but to my horror it didn't remove[Image: arrow-10x10.png] 100%, it looks stained in! Can anyone recommend  a good way to get it looking as good as new?

Thanks

Autosmarts G101 will shift anything you can search google for a local rep who will sell it you its probably the best APC out there
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#4
Thanks. I was hoping for something really easily available, but I may bite the bullet and try one of those. Cheers!
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#5
I'd say bleach, but using it over your head and all the upholstery would be way too risky.

I've just noticed the other day that above the sun visors on mine has some grey marks, and it's only 10 months old and was factory-ordered, so it didn't sit around in a field before I got it.. I'm wondering whether it's some kind of oil used in manufacturing, in which case something with a bit of spirit might do it - perhaps plain household spray furniture polish might work?

You can get household mould and mildew remover, but I think it is just a bleach spray so it would ruin your eyes, lungs, hair and upholstery just as well as Domestos would.
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