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Old 06-16-2009, 05:29 PM
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carpet cleaning???

i have heard that shaving cream will clean carpet floors really well? is this b.s of will it really work
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Old 06-16-2009, 05:40 PM
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Old 06-16-2009, 05:42 PM
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im a carpet cleaner unfortunatly and yea u can use it.you can also use windex or club soda and or vinegar.dont use products like resolve or oxy clean.they do more harm then good.what type of stain do u have?
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some oil and grease spots... i hope they can be lifted.
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you can use hairspray.get a white cloth,spray it with hairspray and blot the stains.after you do that each time,use another white cloth with clean water to flush it out.if you get the carpet to saturated with hairspray,it will delaminate the carpet,which is where it eats the backing and the carpet seperates.or you can try rubbing alchohol,what kind of carpet is it.
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I have been using Resolve diluted in a spray bottle for years!! It is also what the local detailing shop uses. Not sure why it would be harmful, afterall it's made for doing just that, unlike vinegar and shaving soap. All I know it has worked for me and I will continue using it, I even put a couple cap fulls in my laundry when washing my work clothes, cleans them better than any laundry soap. For grease stains you will need something like resolve, greased lighting, purple degreaser, or simple green to get it out.

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Seriously? Go away troll.
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