Post # 1
Last week I got my dog a cookie from the pet store when I went in to buy his food. They make adorable dog cookies there, cant resist buying one! The cookie was shaped like an ant eater, which is my nickname for him since he walks around the kitchen with his nose down, eating crumbs. Irresistable!
Well, yesterday I went I wash his car seat cover and guess what I found smashed and melted in the seat? The anteater cookie. Great. The doggie-icing is all over the place. My seats are not leather. Anyone have a suggestion as to how to get this out? I have noooo idea what to use. I dont think carpet cleaner would work, would it? I feel so stupid! No more icing cookies in the car, haha. He is like a kid!
Post # 3
There are cleaners for car upholstery you can get. I’ve used one from ArmorAll before (for a way grosser kind of dog-in-car mess) and it got everything out without a trace. It’s the kind that you spray, then it foams up, then you brush it to get everything up — the car aisle of whatever Walmart-ish store you have nearby will definitely have something that’ll work.
Post # 4
Yikes! If you have a steam cleaner with an upholstery attachment that should work!
On a side note, the cookie sounded cute before it was smooshed into your seats.
Edit: and what the PP said too!
Post # 5
Armour All is awesome! I will go look for some on my lunch break. I also have a little green steam cleaner, and I think that could possibly help get the stain out…
I was just so brain dead when I saw the stain. I thought…how will this come out?
@MercyK: It was the cutest cookie ever and he was so happy to eat half of it and then smash the crap out of it HAHAHA