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Cleaning Burtex

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    I started to clean out the trunk in the Hawk & noticed its not in bad shape. The material is made from Burtex, thanks to Packardhawk.com for the info.

    Does anyone know what to use to try & clean it. Its just dirty & sooty from the years of sitting. Other than that, the trunk mat & tire cover aren't in bad shape.

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    I googled burtex and found it is a geotextile[?]polypropylene, if that helps?
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      Since polypropylene olefin carpeting is in that class of materials, I would think a good brand of carpet cleaner would be the way to go.
      Jeff[8D]




      quote:Originally posted by rockne10

      I googled burtex and found it is a geotextile[?]polypropylene, if that helps?
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