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Great cleaner. Even better than the rug doctor rentals. Luckily for us we found one at a moving sale for 35$. (The people were moving to somewhere without carpet) but I'd gladly pay 300$ for it. You'll be pleased yet disgusted when you see how much grime this stuff picks up off your carpets the first time.

Ps: Watched a YouTube video once, made by a carpet cleaning professional on how to best utilize these machines. DO NOT follow the instructions with this or any other extraction cleaner. They tell you to put your cleaning solution into the water that will be cleaning your carpet. Would you mop your floors with soapy water without rinsing them? No, because you're hopefully not an idiot and know the residual soap will attract even more dirt than before, and this is what companies like rug doctor, that rent their machines out on a day to day basis, are counting on, so you'll have to come back and rent it again more often.
The better way to do it is to get one of those pesticide sprayers (sold at Walmart, Lowe's etc in your gardening section for as little as 5$). Put your cleaning solution with some water according to the instructions on the bottle in THERE. Spray your carpets thoroughly after vacuuming, let it sit for 5-10 minutes. THEN you go in with your extraction carpet cleaner like in this post, just putting PLAIN warm/hot water in it. It will do the scrubbing with the solution already on your carpets, and the plain water will help remove the soap in the process rather than just lay it on your carpet. Trust me on this. Your carpets will get cleaner and stay that way longer than if you follow the instructions.
Also Odoban concentrated products, sold by the gallon via Home Depot, works great for cleaning carpets and is much cheaper than most dedicated carpet cleaning solutions I've come across. Comes in many scents.
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I am! Right after I buy this.
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Yeah sorry but it's dirty, unless it's been untouched in a hermetically sealed container.
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Fantastic cleaner. You wouldn't believe the before and after photos of a dirty carpet.
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By far the best I've own, out for the 5-6 before this one. Nice price!
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Not the cheapest it's been, but last price was $469!
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Not the cheapest it's been, but last price was $469!
It was $369 yesterday, amazon matched Target's sale price.

Great carpet cleaner, well worth the $299.
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Gold box deal. Pretty good price!!

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Top reviews scares me from buying this...
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Great cleaner. Even better than the rug doctor rentals. Luckily for us we found one at a moving sale for 35$. (The people were moving to somewhere without carpet) but I'd gladly pay 300$ for it. You'll be pleased yet disgusted when you see how much grime this stuff picks up off your carpets the first time.

Ps: Watched a YouTube video once, made by a carpet cleaning professional on how to best utilize these machines. DO NOT follow the instructions with this or any other extraction cleaner. They tell you to put your cleaning solution into the water that will be cleaning your carpet. Would you mop your floors with soapy water without rinsing them? No, because you're hopefully not an idiot and know the residual soap will attract even more dirt than before, and this is what companies like rug doctor, that rent their machines out on a day to day basis, are counting on, so you'll have to come back and rent it again more often.
The better way to do it is to get one of those pesticide sprayers (sold at Walmart, Lowe's etc in your gardening section for as little as 5$). Put your cleaning solution with some water according to the instructions on the bottle in THERE. Spray your carpets thoroughly after vacuuming, let it sit for 5-10 minutes. THEN you go in with your extraction carpet cleaner like in this post, just putting PLAIN warm/hot water in it. It will do the scrubbing with the solution already on your carpets, and the plain water will help remove the soap in the process rather than just lay it on your carpet. Trust me on this. Your carpets will get cleaner and stay that way longer than if you follow the instructions.
Also Odoban concentrated products, sold by the gallon via Home Depot, works great for cleaning carpets and is much cheaper than most dedicated carpet cleaning solutions I've come across. Comes in many scents.
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This thing is a beast! Bought one a few years ago, was so impressed my parents kept borrowing mine. I ended up buying them one for christmas. Best cleaner available. Period.
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Is this commercial grade? Looking to get one for a hotel any recommendation?
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How is this compared to rug doctor?
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Is this commercial grade? Looking to get one for a hotel any recommendation?
Yes it is. Lowe's literally rents these guys out
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Great cleaner. Even better than the rug doctor rentals. Luckily for us we found one at a moving sale for 35$. (The people were moving to somewhere without carpet) but I'd gladly pay 300$ for it. You'll be pleased yet disgusted when you see how much grime this stuff picks up off your carpets the first time.

Ps: Watched a YouTube video once, made by a carpet cleaning professional on how to best utilize these machines. DO NOT follow the instructions with this or any other extraction cleaner. They tell you to put your cleaning solution into the water that will be cleaning your carpet. Would you mop your floors with soapy water without rinsing them? No, because you're hopefully not an idiot and know the residual soap will attract even more dirt than before, and this is what companies like rug doctor, that rent their machines out on a day to day basis, are counting on, so you'll have to come back and rent it again more often.
The better way to do it is to get one of those pesticide sprayers (sold at Walmart, Lowe's etc in your gardening section for as little as 5$). Put your cleaning solution with some water according to the instructions on the bottle in THERE. Spray your carpets thoroughly after vacuuming, let it sit for 5-10 minutes. THEN you go in with your extraction carpet cleaner like in this post, just putting PLAIN warm/hot water in it. It will do the scrubbing with the solution already on your carpets, and the plain water will help remove the soap in the process rather than just lay it on your carpet. Trust me on this. Your carpets will get cleaner and stay that way longer than if you follow the instructions.
Also Odoban concentrated products, sold by the gallon via Home Depot, works great for cleaning carpets and is much cheaper than most dedicated carpet cleaning solutions I've come across. Comes in many scents.
Brilliant! Thank you for sharing.
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