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      08-25-2009, 06:13 PM   #1
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Best carpet cleaner

Hello to everyone!
I want a "soft" carpet cleaner. I don't have any spots, but the carpet could use some cleaning.

Any suggestions?
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      08-25-2009, 06:39 PM   #2
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Hello to everyone!
I want a "soft" carpet cleaner. I don't have any spots, but the carpet could use some cleaning.

Any suggestions?
An All Purpose Cleaner such as 303 Cleaner & Spot Remover would serve well for this purpose.
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      08-25-2009, 08:38 PM   #3
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I've used Zep carpet cleaner for years. It's always done a good job for me, so I've never really tried anything else.

Should be able to find it OTC. Their general cleaner foams - I usually spray some on the carpets, agitate with a brush, and and use the ShopVac to finish up the job.

If it's just your mats that are dirty, you might want to consider buying new ones. BMW mats aren't great, and don't seem to last long anyway.
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      08-25-2009, 10:34 PM   #4
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I have a bissel spotbot/green machine that works great.
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I would say 303 Fabric you can try it diluted first if your worried about strength and work your way up to full strength if that doesnt work
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I have a bissel spotbot/green machine that works great.
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      09-06-2009, 12:33 AM   #7
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Carept Cleaning

Cleaning your carpet and upholstery doesn't just have to be to avoid wear and age. It can also be due to accidents. If you are going to have a party, or if you have just had a party and there are stains all over it from food and drinks then you can call a professional cleaner to come and get it out. For more information just visit our website at AJS Carpet Cleaning, Inc. South Jordan, UT, United States
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I would get new mats. Turner Motorsport is having a sale on them as well.

I know chemical guys have some pretty cool products for mats.

Also check out Phil at detailers domain he should sell the 303 cleaner.
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      08-10-2012, 08:55 AM   #10
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Autoglym Interior Shampoo... it works on everything, no need to worry about overspray.

I cleaned my whole car with it two weeks ago (from headliner down to the carpeting below the mats), I used about 3/4 of the bottle and many MF towels, car looks as good as new.
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Yep, 303 is the way to go. Used it, love it.
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One of the best ways to clean your carpet is vacuum cleaning. But you must be careful while working with carpet fiber as there is risk of getting stuck in vacuum cleaner. Make sure to clean your carpets once in week; as it is necessary to clean your carpet in regular intervals to keep it clean, to get a new look and most importantly to get rid of various germs.
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Cleaning your carpet and upholstery doesn't just have to be to avoid wear and age. It can also be due to accidents. If you are going to have a party, or if you have just had a party and there are stains all over it from food and drinks then you can call a professional cleaner to come and get it out. For more information just visit our website at AJS Carpet Cleaning, Inc. South Jordan, UT, United States
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I highly recommend the 303 Cleaner & Spot Remover or the concentrated 303 Fabric & Vinyl Cleaner (same active ingredients). I use it on carpets, fabrics, etc. plus I use this on my dashboard, doors, console, etc.

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Cleaning your carpet and upholstery doesn't just have to be to avoid wear and age. It can also be due to accidents. If you are going to have a party, or if you have just had a party and there are stains all over it from food and drinks then you can call a professional carpet cleaning kelowna to come and get it out. For more information just visit our website at AJS Carpet Cleaning, Inc. South Jordan, UT, United States
Hi
As you are talking about professional cleaner so, i want to know how much they charged??
Thanks
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Try the guys over at Smart Polish Pro, they have an Interior Detailing Formula which should do the job!
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Folex is a great carpet cleaner. You can get it at Home Depot. I have a dog and this stuff has pulled ink (from a chewed bingo dauber) out of carpet, plus various gross dog fluids.
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let me tell you what are the factors to consider when buying the best home carpet cleaning machine, you need an uncompromising steam cleaner, search for a self-impelled machine to limit strain. Portable rug cleaners may have less force, however, they're simpler to utilize, particularly on steps and upholstery. Hoover PowerDash Carpet Cleaner FH50700 has effective carpet cleaning. it also has Dual Tank System, Removable Nozzle, and Low Profile Foot. check home carpet cleaner reviews to find the best home carpet cleaning machine for you.
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cleaning powder

I use cleaning powder for my car carpets, its are not as aggressive as shampoos. I've heard and read that Glade is good cleaning powder. Also, you can look for other carpet clean products on this blog. https://spotcarpetcleaners.com/revie...arpet-powders/ There is a lot of useful information about this topic.
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I can't recommend getting a small carpet cleaner, I use a bissell little green proheat and that thing works wonders. The black / brown water that thing pulls out of carpets will blow your mind.
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Optimum Fabric Clean and Protect is by far my favorite.
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Optimum Fabric Clean and Protect is by far my favorite.
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