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Promoted 06-15-2016 by Corwin at 07:04 PM View Original Post
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Amazon.com has BlueMagic 900 Carpet Stain & Spot Lifter (22-oz) on sale for $3.20 when you checkout via subscribe & save. Shipping is free. Thanks TofuVic

Note, you may cancel your Subscribe & Save subscription any time after your order ships.

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Edited June 8, 2016 at 02:44 PM by cricket702
Hello, I hope you are doing well.

Amazon.com [amazon.com] has BlueMagic 900 Carpet Stain & Spot Lifter (22oz) on sale for $3.88 when you check out via Subscribe and Save (S&S), which gives you free shipping.

Alternatively, Walmart.com [walmart.com] also has this product for $3.88 with free store pickup at select locations.

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  • Save 15%, as opposed to the standard 5%, on this month's Subscribe & Save items when you subscribe to 5 or more items during your current subscription month. With 5 or more items, this product becomes $3.30.
  • You may cancel your Subscribe and Save subscription any time after your order ships. Future shipments may not retain this price.
  • This product has been on the Frontpage six times with varying thumbs up between +34 and +104. When it isn't at its temporary $3.88 price, it's generally over 50% more with a price around $8.70.
  • This product has a rating of 4.2 stars out of 5 stars, based on 411 Amazon.com customer reviews [amazon.com].
  • I have personally been using this product and, as I stated here, it "has been the best carpet cleaning product I have used. It's simple to apply and very effective for all types of stains - both new and old."
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Tofu Vic
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Got one last time. total junk. Try resolve which actually works.
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I've used this Blue Magic product for years detailing cars. I used to buy, repair, clean, flip cars over the summer as an undergrad to pay for school. It's taken out (or meaningfully mitigated) everything from cola stains, spilled makeup, oil/grease, ketchup/mustard, berry stains, and most anything else (with some exceptions).

The key is expectations. Some people don't realize that some stains aren't so simple. Some compounds actually chemically react with the fabric fibers, bonding to them no simply drying on them/diffusing into them/etc. As such, at times it's simply impossible to completely remove these type of stains, barring use of either a specific enzyme (assuming it exists), or a strong oxidizer which can (and often does ) degrade the dyes in the fabric (and potentially the fabric itself) being cleaned, negating the benefit to a degree. There other instances where the cleaner/solvent itself can react with the stain compound, or remnant cleaning compounds left behind from prior attempts, complicating things. Not every cleaner/solvent works equally well on all stains even under ideal conditions, so it's good to have multiple products in your arsenal, so to say, when confronting a cleaning project.

* As mentioned in other posts, Spray and Wash and Shout also work very well, especially in combination. Do be sure when using any series of cleaners to thoroughly rinse and dry the area first to avoid reactions between chemicals, and/or potentially deactivating enzymes. Bleach and strong acids, and bleach and ammonia, for example, can release fatal chlorine and chloramine (respectively). Be VERY careful folks Smilie

* The info given above also explains why laundry detergents that contain enzymes in addition to chemical solvents (such as many tide variants) work better than relatively cheap chemical only brands at tough stain removal.

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Got one last time. total junk. Try resolve which actually works.
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Great deal. Thank you OP!
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I find this spot remover to be the best.
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This is the best spot remover I've ever purchased. Great for vehicles.
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If you're on the fence just buy now. This sells out usually within minutes every single time it is posted.
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Quote from purple View Post :
Got one last time. total junk. Try resolve which actually works.
I really liked mine. worked much better than resolve. why didn't you like it?
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Not to threadcrap, but offering my 2c. Of all the stain removers used on my carpet and in the car also, I have found Spray and Wash Laundry Stain Remover to work the best. Works on old and new stains equally well.
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Got one last time. total junk. Try resolve which actually works.
Quote from mplouisville View Post :
I really liked mine. worked much better than resolve. why didn't you like it?
I am thinking it may have to do with carpet types and what you're cleaning up.

Personally, I tried Resolve back in 2014 and it didn't work very well on the three types of carpet I have, regardless of the spill or stain. BlueMagic has worked amazingly well on all the carpet types I have tried, so I tossed the partially used container of Resolve.

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Not to threadcrap, but offering my 2c. Of all the stain removers used on my carpet and in the car also, I have found Spray and Wash Laundry Stain Remover to work the best. Works on old and new stains equally well.
I don't think it's a threadcrap at all if you're simply recommending what you think is a superior product in an attempt to help others. BlueMagic is the best carpet cleaner I have used, but I have not used that many kinds. I always enjoy finding out about products that work even better - after all, it was because of a Slickdeals thread that I initially learned of BlueMagic. Thanks!

Tofu Vic
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Used this on auto upholstery before and it is total crap. Don't waste your money.
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Got one last time. total junk. Try resolve which actually works.
Did you use it right? LOL This stuff hasn't failed me yet.
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LOL. I got 4 of them last time when they were on FP deal and let me tell you that spedn your money somewhere else. These are junk. I am not sure how/why they become FP all the time.

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Did you use it right? LOL This stuff hasn't failed me yet.
What is the right way to use it ?
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Last edited by debonas June 8, 2016 at 03:56 PM
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Did you use it right? LOL This stuff hasn't failed me yet.
Would you let me know what you think is the right way to use this? I tried this on some carpet stains I had in my kids playroom and I had to keep them out for days with the window open to air out the room. The smell is very strong and smells toxic. I'll have to try it in another part of the house when a stain happens. I can't use it where my kids hang out again.
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