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Old 09-16-2004, 10:11 AM   #1
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There any good products out there to protect carpets from stains and such?
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I use Resolve Triple Action stain remover. Pretty good stuff.
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There is also a spray Scotch Guard product for fabrics and carpets. I've never used it but I hear it works pretty well. This obviously is not a cleaner, but is supposed to prevent stains by making clean up easier

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25/75 mix of simple green [25% simple green]. Cleaned out the 5+ year stains in mine.


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Greased Lightning takes up all my stains... But I've never actually heard of anything to prevent stains...
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There is also a spray Scotch Guard product for fabrics and carpets. I've never used it but I hear it works pretty well. This obviously is not a cleaner, but is supposed to prevent stains by making clean up easier

Works great on couches. Probably would work great in the car.
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last July (03) I steam cleaned and shampoed the carpets in my Bonneville, came out really nicely with just Hoover Carpet Shampo, used very heavily ofcourse.
Once i was done, i used some Scotch Gaurd and sprayed all the carpets. I put down all the windows and parked it in the garage overnight, as it says on the back of the can to let it dry for a day or so.
Works well!
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Ditto. Exactly. Works great in 93'* obviously. Probably for other years as well
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