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Thread: removing metal sequesturant from fabric.

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    removing metal sequesturant from fabric.

    i was on my way home with some metal sequesturant and a palm sized spot leaked out onto my seat. i diddnt think nothing of it so i did my thing and came back to the car to clean it of but it already dried and hardened up on the seat. its a brand new car and im hoping there is a way to get it out. i havnt tried anything yet just seeing if anyone had any ideas?
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    Re: removing metal sequesturant from fabric.

    Do you have a carpet extractor (cleaner)? I think that would be the best way to remove it. It may take several tries but the hot water should redissolve it and remove it.
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    Re: removing metal sequesturant from fabric.

    yes i do.... thats a great idea..... i will try the carpet cleaner and post what happens...

    ive learned my lesson.. all pool chemicals go in the very back by the spare tire.. i guess it could have been worse...(u cant remove a bleach stain!!)
    24' X 52" round above ground pool---13,500 gallons---Hayward power flow matrix 1.5 hp pump---Hayward 21 in. variflow XL sandfilter---Louisville, Ky

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