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Posted 06 November 2006 - 02:06 PM


Last week-end when it was raining, I decided after 7 years that it was time to
wash the canvas seatcovers on my CJ-7........they were getting a bit dirty.

I removed the seatcovers, and took out all the JUNK in the pockets and put the seat covers in the washing maching and gave them a good washing. Then, I dried them in the dryer, and when dry, I took them on the porch and sprayed them with Scotch-Guard. After letting them dry for about 8 hours, I gave them another spray and left them to dry for 24 hours.

I tested them with a bit of water......and it beaded up and did NOT soak into the
canvas fabric.

Then, they were re-installed. They look good, and they smell a lot better. If all goes well, I will wash them and retreat in another 7 years.

I used the remaining spray on some rain coats.
1982 CJ-7, 31" tires, 12,000 lb. Ramsey Winch.
2002 Jeep Liberty, lifted, 31" tires.

If GOD wanted us to own 2 wheel drive vehicles,
He would have paved the whole earth.

SFJC, Jeep Club Advisor

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