By happydoctor123 - 28/06/2018 01:30
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You can probably dispute that, OP. Uber is pretty good about listening to customers and refunding when appropriate.
On the basis that, water dries and should in no way result in the need for an $80 professional cleaning. Assuming of course that the OP is telling the truth and that it really was just water and not like "water" in the sense of she had a bottle of pop with ice and the ice melted and dripped out. If that was the case than the cleaning may have been necessary due to sugar and stickiness. If it really was just water though than there is no way the OP should have to pay for an $80 cleaning because it was unnecessary.
Turning your car into a taxi is bound to get your car dirty, it's part of the job. Imagine a restaurant charging you for a broken glass because you accidentally broke it.
If you break a table in said restaurant i'm pretty sure they will make you pay for it. Same with a car. If you earn your money with your car by transporting people you want it to be in good shape. Unless OP told the driver that it was just water he had no way of knowing if it really was water or not. Depending on the type of water there would also still be stains left in the fabric.