Go to a commercial cleaning supply store. Wear a t-shirt, beat-up shorts and sneakers. To keep the inside of your car pristine, (and remove any spots or stains on your home carpet), you will only need a few chemicals.
1 bottle of dry (sometimes called 'volitile") solvent
1 botte of POG. I first thought that POG stood for something like polyglycolgenzeene. It stands for paint, oil, and grease.
I bottle of 5% Acetic acid, if you have coffee, tea or cocacola spills.
1 bottle of water based, high PH cleaner. You could use Resolve if you want.
The key chemical is the dry solvent. Just a dab at a time on a cloth and rub the mark. It should come off on the towel. You can use it on carpets, fake leather seats, and for the black marks on doors from shoes and stuff. You do not have to extract the solvent.
For grease and asphalt marks on carpet use the POG the same way. ONLY the carpets though.
For the coffe etc stains, or dark gooey marks from putting your sweaty elbow on the seat seperator arm, or window, use the acetic acid. You can use it liberally.. Again, rub with the cloth.
Both the POG and acetic acid must be extracted. Liberally spray the area with the sissy waterbased cleaner to raise their PH. Then use a shop vac or car wash vac to extract the moisture from the areas you sprayed.
When you go up to the desk to pay , the guy will ask you if you have an account. Tell him No, but that you are the spot guy for XYZ Carpet service. You are just down in the area, and are working on a biyatch of a restore job, you are only half way done and you used up your chemicals. They will always ask you what system you use. You have a Butler truckmounted system. the system sends superheated water at 300 lbs psi through a line to the wand. also attached to the wand is a vaccum hose which is attached to the truck engine. he will sell you the stuff because it costs $8-10/ bottle and his markup is 100%.
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