Q: How do I properly clean my seat belts?

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How do I properly clean my seat belts?

If your seat belts need cleaning, you can do so by using an upholstery cleaner, or a mild soap solution, as well as a cloth. Avoid using overly-abrasive solutions, and never retract the seat belts until they are dry.

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