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    I went to grab my 44oz mt dew and the lid came off the whole pop went in my seat and on my floorboard into the carpet all 44oz the truck only has a 1,00" miles on it how can I clean this! I dried it up with a towel but now what!!! Please help any tricks to cleaning this mess I made up!

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    Default Re: Help I spilled My Pop Brand New Truck!!!!!

    My wife is pretty good at that, want to borrow her?

    A good carpet cleaner works well. We have a spray bottle of Resolve that works well.

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    ^^^Pics?^^^

    First things first...I am originally from North Alabama...and I have never heard a "redneck" refer to Mt. Dew as pop.

    I use Woolite Pet+Oxygen for carpet and upholstery. I have spilled coke and coffee and my dog took a dump in my truck and this stuff has cleaned it up completely...made it look better than before.

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    Folex, brushes, towels and a shop vac. In the event you have an extractor handy, you could use that (like a Bissel Little Green MAchine). You could also use warm water, soak it down and use the shop vac to extract, although it will most likely leave it a little wet. You could follow with a hair dryer to dry.

    You may also want to pull the sill cover up and make sure you get the pad as dry as possible (to help prevent mildew and/or mold).

    Folex is the best carpet and upholstery cleaner I've ever used. You can get it at Lowe's, Home Depot, Wal Mart, etc. Very good stuff.
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    Trade it in for a new one!!!
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    Well, having had dogs before I can highly recommend "Spot Shot"... it is a spray can with an orange cap (commonly sold in 4-packs at Costco) and does a pretty good job. Just be sure to make sure the actual spray hits the areas you need and that you don't put it too close or else it may create this airy-foam and may alter the color of your surface (a couple of tests shots before hand to get an idea of where the spray should hit will do the trick).
    You can also use Goo-Gone as well, but the truck will have a strong paint-thinner-type smell for a while with that and you'll need to use some kind of soap/water solution afterwards to ensure that it doesn't dry-up hard. Either way though, you've got some work to do, but no worries, it'll be as good as new when you're done!
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    44 oz of Mt Dew???!!!!! WTF??? Who drinks a quart and a half of Mt Dew? Was that to last you for the week. LOL
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    Default Re: Help I spilled My Pop Brand New Truck!!!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by TightyWhitey View Post
    ^^^Pics?^^^

    First things first...I am originally from North Alabama...and I have never heard a "redneck" refer to Mt. Dew as pop.

    I use Woolite Pet+Oxygen for carpet and upholstery. I have spilled coke and coffee and my dog took a dump in my truck and this stuff has cleaned it up completely...made it look better than before.
    What part of north 'bama? I have some friends that are scattered all about but I've been up to Scottsboro personally a few times (that and Huntsvegas).

    I haven't heard the word pop from anybody south of the Mason Dixon ... ever.

    With all that said, Simple Green in a high dilution might owrk - or at least that's what I'd try after said carpet cleaners.

    Start with upholstery cleaner and then work more potent.

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    I can also recommend Spot Shot, it works wonders. FYI, it's made by WD40.

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    I second the folex cleaner. that stuff is magic.

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    I've had good luck with the woolite pet+oxygen. I hope your drink didn't get down into the shifter assembly or you'll be taking that apart and cleaning it as well.

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    DAMNIT..... its not POP...... its SODA!!!!! =)

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    It's not pop or soda, it is a sticky mess in his truck.

    It is natures way of telling you that much corn syrup is bad for you.

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    Default Re: Help I spilled My Pop Brand New Truck!!!!!

    Take it and have it cleaned professionally. We have lots of car washes here and they will shampoo seats and carpet pretty cheap. Your brand new truck deserves it!!

    And I am from Alabama and now live in Louisiana and it's definitly not pop!!! It's all coke!
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    FYI regarding Spot Shot - I've read on some detailing forums where a couple of people had issues with it discoloring the carpet, both in the home and the auto. While I have never experienced this issue, I still use Spot Shot in my home and on occasion have used it in my vehicle. With all cleaning type products, it might be a good idea to try anything on a hidden test spot first to make sure it does NOT change the color of the carpet after it has been worked in and dried.
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