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How do I remove Rub ‘n Restore® from unwanted areas?

Rub ‘n Restore®, in its liquid state, will stain leather, vinyl, unfinished wood, fabrics, carpet, and clothing. Avoid getting Rub ‘n Restore® on unwanted surfaces.

It is easily removed from metal, finished wood, fiberglass, and plastics if the color has not yet cured. Keep a damp rag and cleaner handy. Denatured or rubbing alcohol can also be used.

If Rub ‘n Restore® is spilled on fabric or carpet:

  1. Immediately flush the area with water and use a cleaner like our Flite® or 409.
  2. Use rags or a wet vac to absorb as much liquid as possible.
  3. Repeat the process, taking care not to over scrub or damage the nap or weave.

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