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No books I found but I did locate this while searching a few months ago...

http://static.kvadrat.dk/assets/catchall/Mohair%20maintenance.pdf

My Terrapalne has some stains I hope will come out but as yet have to try as the car is in storage until we move...

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I was taught to find a piece of excess fabric and try the cleaner on it. That way an unfavorable result does not show. Wayne

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No books I found but I did locate this while searching a few months ago...

http://static.kvadrat.dk/assets/catchall/Mohair%20maintenance.pdf

My Terrapalne has some stains I hope will come out but as yet have to try as the car is in storage until we move...

The referred document is of German origin and refers to Benzine as the solvent.

This is tricky since Benzine Benzene Benzyn and other way to spell it may mean entirely different chemicals in different parts of the world. Since it was written in 1997, they certainly do not mean the 6-carbon cyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (C6H6) since that is regarded as a no-no for casual use everywhere. My guess is that it is a light saturated hydrocarbon close to hexane (C6H14) or pentane (C5H12). (Note that I had trouble with this in the 80's and used C6H6 to clean a diffusion pump when the document (Japanese origin but translated *sort of*) meant pentane.)

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