It Took Days To Do This

*Sponsored Video* When I got my 2003 Honda Pilot it was in pretty bad shape, and it smelled. Chemical Guys Fabric Cleaner and Chemical Guys Interior cleaner helped me transform my dirty Pilot into a place my wife would actually be seen in. It took a couple of days but the results were well worth it.

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9 thoughts on “It Took Days To Do This

  1. As an ex detailer, best to presoak with a concentrated mix of dawn, laundry detergent, and a bit of oxy clean. Let it soak for a few minutes, then extract with either a carpet cleaner or a shop vac (you need to add water to rinse). Pricy bottles have their place, but not for a nasty carpet job imo.

  2. Chemical guys is for the weekend warrior & diy'er. A Detailer cant stay in bisiness usibg CG products & still turn a profit. Sadly a ton of Detailers try to use these products & they deliver subpar results. Look into other brands like 3D, koch-chemie, P&S products, Griots & get them in bulk that way you can dilute it to your desired specifications & get the most out of your chemicals while saving a ton of money.

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