|Only use mild, non-caustic soaps,
Fabric type upholstery: This should be brushed or,
preferably, vacuum cleaned. If there is much general dirt, use
commercial "dry foam", after carefully removing all traces
Vinyl trim (and folding canvas hood):
This can be cleaned with a product like "SPIC" or with a
little soapy water.Rinse well, wipe with a dry cloth. We do not
advise the use of products intended to make these parts shine.
Never leave a wet hood in a rolled-up position. A sample of the
upholstery is stapled under the driver's seat.
stains on the upholstery
|Stains on the fabric or vinyl trim may
be cleaned with soapy water or water with a little "Teepol"
If they do not dissappear, use 90° alcohol (commercial
methylated spirit), or lead free petrol.
Use squeezed out pads and rub the stains lightly.
Solvents such as accetone, trichlorethylene, etc., are not
There are complex cleaners containing absorbent materials which,
used with care, have the advantage of not leaving rings (eg. K2R).
|These should be cleaned with soapy water
or with water with a little detergent of the "Teepol" type
added, taking care not to touch the metal parts. Remove the deepest
parts with 90° alcohol (commercial methylated spirits), or lead
Do not dye the belts as this may affect their strength.
on instrument panel
|Use either soapy water, or a commercial
diluted detergent, to the exclusion of all other products.
|Use soapy water or water with a
detergent of the "Teepol" type added. Under no
circumstances use solvents such as alcohol, lead-free petrol or