Moonbeam need help to clarify doubt about : best spray carpet cleaner?
I have a beige carpet that is in need of a good cleaning.
I’m looking along the lines of a product that I can spray on, leave & vacuum up & does a excellent job at eliminating odors/dirt.
I am overwhelmed with the amount of products, not to mention I don’t want to spend $ 20 on a product when I could get the job done with spending $ 6….
I should also add when I say I have a beige carpet…I mean I have a really light in color beige carpet (close to an offwhite)
Answer by Mike
That’s not going to cut it if you want a “good” cleaning. You can rent a carpet cleaner at your local supermarket but you’re looking at about 50 bucks and it’s back breaking work. Or for about 150 you can get a professional steam cleaner to come out with no effort on your part other than paying. Remember, there is no substitute for elbow grease.
What do you think? Answer below!
This product is really for spot cleaning but the best thing I have found is a el cheapo aerosol spray cleaner, I think it’s actually a generic knockoff of Resolve, it’s $ 1 a can and I think I’ve only found it at Dollar General stores. It works really well and it’s only $ 1, it’s in a red can.
If the whole thing needs cleaning I would use this spot cleaner first and then rent a steam cleaner. You can rent them from WinnDixie for about $ 40 and then the solution is extra, depending on what you want/need. I’ve just used the basic solution and it works pretty well but I would def spot clean first.
I am also a professional carpet cleaner and the newest greatest product I have seen for “dry cleaning” your carpet at home is the Shark Sonic Duo system. I have my wife use it to maintain the clean in between my carpet cleanings.
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