Last post on Nov 25, 2012 at 9:58 AM
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#84 of 88 Re: Jeep water stains [wantinacooper]
Oct 19, 2011 (12:00 pm)
We sold ours, but we found a great deal on a nice Volvo.
That Jeep was my first car that was all mine, but alas it was not worth the horrible staining.
I loved the ride, and everything else...not the staining.
Or the windows that went off track and never worked right.....
#85 of 88 Re: Jeep water stains [wantinacooper]
Oct 19, 2011 (8:56 pm)
I have had 2 Jeep Liberty's that have had this material a 2005 and a 2006. It was so upsetting that even a soft mist of rain stained the seats. We tried everything. The dealer even tried stean cleaning the seats........which made them look even worse! The material was changed, and I think that happened about 2008. I have not kept up with it to be sure.
After 3 Jeep Liberty's and one Jeep Compass, and a hurting back, knees, and really poor MPG I gave up. We bought a Chrysler Pacifica Touring AWD. The PAC gets 22 tp 25 mpg and goes every where the Jeep's went except with a smoother ride and comfort that is fantastic. Franklt my 66 year old bones rattle to much in these go any where Jeeps.
#86 of 88 fix for stains
May 04, 2012 (3:11 am)
I recently talked to an interior repair specialist about this problem in my jeep. He successfully cleaned my seats and explained to me that it is the material being used on most new vehicles. Jeep is not the only maker with this problem, GM, Ford, and most other manufactures have the same problem. For questions contact him at www.autointeriorbootcamp.com
#87 of 88 Re: fix for stains [gmbab]
Nov 25, 2012 (9:07 am)
I have a 2005 Jeep Liberty Limited. I just recently hit 22K miles on my jeep (I don't go out much obviously due to being a disabled Persian Gulf War veteran). I do love my jeep but like everyone else, the stains are AWFUL. Like someone else said, it just drizzles outside and a few drops of plain ol rain get on the seats, BAM IT IS STAINED for LIFE. I would love to get these awful water stains out and be done and put seat covers over em. I have tried several suggestions already just to stain my seat(s) even more. Someone PLEASE help with a legitimate solution for this problem.
#88 of 88 Re: fix for stains [cheri2828]
Nov 25, 2012 (9:58 am)
The only thing that worked for me was ZEP upholstery w/oxy spray cleaner. It is available at Home Depot. You must spray the entire surface until it is evenly wet.
You can use a clean new sponge to make sure it is all nice and wet. Let dry. You should be pleased with the results.