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Old 05-22-2010, 09:53 PM   #1
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i need to know the best inside carpet stain remover. i let my friend use my car and i will never let him do it again. the stains are bad they look like chocolate. and another thing is, the best wax to use for a nice shine. thanks alot for any information that i can use.
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i use tough stuff on my interior carpet. for my leather seats i use magic erasers
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ill have to buy some. i dont have any at this point. im very mad at my friend and we havent talked since. i asked him what had happened and he had no answer. so im still wondering, but anyways ill have to try it and see if it works. if not then ill just have stained carpet which sucks but..
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You might try Resolve on the carpet. I am betting that you will really need to use an extractor.

What color is your car?
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the paint is white, and the inside in grey but it shows the stains bad.
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the paint is white, and the inside in grey but it shows the stains bad.
Go to your nearest store that has rug-doctors, rent one, then go crazy on the carpet.
it will look much better and work much better then anything in a can.
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Go to your nearest store that has rug-doctors, rent one, then go crazy on the carpet.
it will look much better and work much better then anything in a can.
x2! and as fat as the best wax goes, i think that you kind of get what you pay for. all in all the more elbow grease you put into the wax job, the better it will look.
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will do, thanks alot guys. and i have tried tuff stuff, and it doesnt work worth a crap.
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I like to use either simple green or oxi-clean to do the carpets in cars for my detailing business. They are usually pretty good about getting stains out. Instead of using carpet shampoo in my steam cleaner, I use the simple green or oxi-clean.
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i had just went out and bought a carpet cleaner, will it work just as good or no? its got the attachment to use it on upolstery
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