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Old 05-14-2016, 10:40 PM
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Thanks for the link- I've been wanting to replace the center belt in my coach. It is rust stained and looks like blood =/ Very gross. I just keep it tucked away behind the seat.
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they have a number of products that will remove rust stains in fabric. if you want to laundry them pin them in a pillow sack and toss them in. of course like every piece of safety equipment you must destroy it and replace it with new if you even look at it or use it once. so if you do this your on your own.

but for those of us that feel like if they have to be in the car we want them looking clean it works.
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