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Yea, i'd agree. Get a dust buster style vacuum and clean it out. You might even be able to find an attachment that seems just right for the job. And stop making your car seats dirty with crumbs and such to avoid the problem in the future.
 

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Powerful vacuum with a bristle brush end so you don't damage the seats with a hard plastic end.

Some car washes and gas stations have wet/dry vans you can use, go their if you don't already have a vacuum.
 

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Those who are willing to spend the money should look into getting to know a detailer. So much easier to pay someone else to do it, use their knowledge to your advantage.
 
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