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Q: How do I clean the seat belts in a 2012 Honda CR-V?

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How do I clean the seat belts?

A: If your seat belts get dirty, you can clean...

If your seat belts get dirty, you can clean them very easily. However, you should never use a cleaning solvent or bleach on the seat belt. Instead, wash carefully with warm water and a mild soap.

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