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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 09-25-2017, 08:42 AM Thread Starter
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Re: CARPET CLEANING

Hey guys,

Two years ago I purchased the carpet for my new house, but from few months I have found so many staining spots on my carpet which looks so bad at it. So I need to clean my carpet. So will you guys suggest me some professional carpet cleaner because I don't have any idea about it?

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post #2 of 16 (permalink) Old 09-25-2017, 01:02 PM
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Umm. Ok. Why do you join to ask about carpet. I can see someone that's been here for a while ask the same question but this is weird.

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Maybe there's a brand of carpet cleaners called powerstoke?

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WE own a carpet business so maybe he knew he could get me here?
Anyways call a local carpet cleaning company that has a low moisture "dry in one hour" type cleaning system
Good carpet will release MOST stains.......

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he posted this in a thread from 2009 about cleaning carpet removing it from the truck.
i did not have a lot of time at 4 am and moved it here, but forgot to put me moved by me credit int he footnotes.

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electric power washer
Hang OEM carpet kit so it can drain
Get a soft brush and some dawn soap
power wash carpet kit, get it soaking wet
Use brush and soap to treat stained or tough spots
rinse with power washer
Let it dry in the sun and drain for like 1-2+ days

Old carpet kit can be like new again with just powerwash and some soap
OEM carpet floors are made of some super tough carpet as far as wear and staining goes

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I know a detailer who is really good, the guy would have tons of business...if he wasn't so drunk all the time. $120 per car 5 cars per day, mayne more. He could make a pretty decent living for himself. Instead he details one car, gets more booze and does maybe half of another and then drinks more. It's actually sad, I feel bad for the guy cuz he is a real nice guy. He's just a fuk up.

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I know a detailer who is really good, the guy would have tons of business...if he wasn't so drunk all the time. $120 per car 5 cars per day, mayne more. He could make a pretty decent living for himself. Instead he details one car, gets more booze and does maybe half of another and then drinks more. It's actually sad, I feel bad for the guy cuz he is a real nice guy. He's just a fuk up.
Dayum, 5 cars a day? It takes me 2 days just to wash and vacuum my truck! lol!


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Dayum, 5 cars a day? It takes me 2 days just to wash and vacuum my truck! lol!
Right? He's got some pretty cool little vacuums and spray type vacuums. Makes quick work of it.

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He probably figured that if we can get stains out of a trucks carpet we can get stains out of a house holds carpet.
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