Apparently I sat in my car after embibing way too much and got vomit on the carpet and ground effects....ugh..it sucks to clean...
Tried the open window thing in my old car.. its just as hard to clean. Gets inside the window sil and the handles/ side pocket things. And if you have fabric on the side, forget it..all4glh said:
Jim Lewis said:This is like the 125 in a 55 thing - not saying I haven't done it, I just don't do it anymore. After scraping a family (who were coming home from a late movie) off the highway after they were hit by a drunk driver, I say get a designated driver or take a bus or cab - you won't have to worry about puking in your car, or losing your license, or killing someone.
To get the puke out, the best thing I've found is Simple Green - dilute it to half and half, spray some on, use a brush to get it into the carpet really good, then suck it out with a shop vac.
Hell yeah its cold here, and espically cold for sleeping in a car. I had to sleep in a car after a halloween party and it got pretty damn cold. makes you remember why shelter is so important.dazednconfused75 said:I know that nobody will believe me but I wasn't driving last night. The car was parked and I slept in it till this morning. I could have been sited for OUIL just because my engine was running but it's cold in Michigan.
paintedblack said:Hell yeah its cold here, and espically cold for sleeping in a car. I had to sleep in a car after a halloween party and it got pretty damn cold. makes you remember why shelter is so important.
Hey dazed, what part of town are you from, Im in St. Clair Shores
Hyperion said:The best thing you can do for your self is know your limit. You don't get sick, make an ass of your self, inconvenience (or kill) others, or puke on your possessions. Stick with the classic "two cocktails" & enjoy the evening.