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this is more of a before and after than a diy but its pretty easy to figure out..
Supplies needed: socket set, carpet cleaner with handheld attachment

1) Remove your seats (i guess you dont have to but there is more room to work if you do) mine had 4 bolts to pull it off. I took the rails off too

2) Place your seat somewhere easy to work, get your carpet cleaner set up

3) using the handheld attachment clean the seats. I went over mine twice with the cleaning soap and water then twice with water only to rinse. Make sure you suck as much water out as you can

4) To dry mine i currently have it sitting in the back yard in the sun

5) Once dry, put the seats back it.

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Pretty simple but it makes your seats look alot better imo.
 

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same seat bro. i used the one the has the little brushes on it that spin. came with the carpet cleaner i bought. ill be doing passenger seat and back seat soon. will post pics
 

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I'm gonna have to do this with my CRX seats. My car has sat so long in the garage that my interior started molding. Smells awful...lol
 
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