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Hi All, Just brought a Berlingo Multispace 2.0hdi 2003. only done 43k but the interior looks more like 300k. I would like all new seats/carpets load cover to start with. Great to be a member.
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Welcome, should be a couple of members who have knowledge to assist.
Former 2011 Mk3 XTR owner Confusedalut:
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Hi there , welcome aboard .
Give your passengers dark glasses 'till you get it fixed up ! Big Grin
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My stomach is churning just thinking about it. I have sent it into my local Citroen dealer for a thorough going over.
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You could get it valeted Seats and Carpets headlining and bits should all come up clean Probably cost would be £45.00 Thats if i was doing it for you
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Mobile valeting services are very good solution, most do a extremely good job on shifting the muck.You get some ideal seat covers on fleabay for the Berlingo, if you want to keep the valeted seats clean. ps. got fantastic results removing grime from my previous car seat covers using wet / dry vacuum.
Former 2011 Mk3 XTR owner Confusedalut:
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(25-01-2012, 09:15 AM)taxi Wrote:  Mobile valeting services are very good solution, most do a extremely good job on shifting the muck.You get some ideal seat covers on fleabay for the Berlingo, if you want to keep the valeted seats clean. ps. I got fantastic results removing grime from my previous car using wet / dry vacuum.

Many thanks Taxi
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(25-01-2012, 05:24 PM)divine57 Wrote:  
(25-01-2012, 09:15 AM)taxi Wrote:  Mobile valeting services are very good solution, most do a extremely good job on shifting the muck.You get some ideal seat covers on fleabay for the Berlingo, if you want to keep the valeted seats clean. ps. I got fantastic results removing grime from my previous car using wet / dry vacuum.

Many thanks Taxi
As I said previously, the professionals do the best job when it comes to a quick once over or thorough overhaul, I always use valeters when it gets to a certain level, and before selling etc. You can waste a lot of time and/or cash trying to do it yourself sometimes.
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