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    Re: Cloth fender liner cleaning

    You can get plastic wheel liners for the rear. I have not seen them for the front.

    2018 Chevy Silverado 1500 Rugged Rear Wheel Well Liners - RealTruck.com

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    Re: Cloth fender liner cleaning

    Quote Originally Posted by Black Bowtie View Post
    You can get plastic wheel liners for the rear. I have not seen them for the front.

    2018 Chevy Silverado 1500 Rugged Rear Wheel Well Liners - RealTruck.com
    I think it’s because basically all trucks come standard equipped with plastic wheel wells on the fronts.




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    Re: Cloth fender liner cleaning

    I am now dealing with these on my ZR2. A area that once was taken care of with hyperdressing 1:4 on the normal plastic ones. Well, I have been using 3D Yellow degreaser 1:4 on the fabric ones. I spray them with the 3D and let them dwell a bit. Then hit them with a strong jet of water. So far this has been working. Needless to say, I have a lot of hyperdressing going nowhere. But I will find other uses for it.

    UPDATE: I have now read other posts that some members are actually spraying the hyperdressing on the felt liners after cleaning. I have not tried this yet. And don't know if their would be any benefit of doing so?
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    Re: Cloth fender liner cleaning

    I've read that mixing fabric softener 1:4 with water in a spray bottle makes a solution that helps brush material out of there. I haven't tried it yet.

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    Re: Cloth fender liner cleaning

    I have pretty good luck using a pressure washer. It seems to get the grass out. It just takes time...especially if I haven't given them a good powerwashing in a while. I usually just keep going until I see the water running clear out of the well. The first spring wash is usually the worst after a long winter.
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    Re: Cloth fender liner cleaning

    Pressure washer... brush... rags... scotch guard... not sure it helps a lot but cant hurt

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