Cleaning the velour walls in my MH

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  1. Hammie

    Hammie Funster Life Member

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    Hi everybody, me again. My Motorhome was supposed to have been valeted before purchase. Ho hum. My trusty Bissell has now got the carpets like new and the curtains are done. Problem I have is a six inch band of muck and dried up mould around the bed edge. I will get some mould spray from the Chandlers at Penton Hook tomorrow. I need to clean this part of the velour walls without over wetting them, any ideas? All new to me! After this I need to clean the microfibres seat covers?
     
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    Love my new toy
     
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    If it is velour what about foam upholstery cleaner. Think it's a 1001 product..
     
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    dry cleaning upholstery cleaner. I use the autoglym one, but I believe vanish works well too
     
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    Thanks for the feedback will get busy tomorrow. Mary
     
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    Hope you get it cleaned Mary. All part of making it your own. Happy travelling :)
     
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    When we bought our 30 year old van it was filthy. The carpet ceiling, walls and captains' chairs were black with years of muck.

    I despaired of being able to get it clean but then found this on Amazon.

    BISSELL Little Green Multi-Purpose Compact Earth Friendly Deep Cleaner

    It was only £75 when I bought it and I see it's shot up in price but it's been an absolute godsend. I got ever bit of the ceiling and walls back to their original state and I use it every year to keep them looking good. It made a lovely job of the upholstered seats too.
     
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    Thanks am getting there just bits of the walls to sort and the seating them
    N it will feel like mine
     
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    Oops meant seating then it will feel like mine
     
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    Wow thanks will have a look I have used my Bissell cleaner on the carpets two attempts and they are like new
     
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    Just had a look I have that tool on my Bissell but was worried it would be too wet. Will have a go tomorrow thanks
     
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    Thank you so much for the info on the Bissell it was really useful just the seats to do now. Yaaay
     
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