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Hot water extractor baby :rocking: This thing freakin rocks. Of course, for the price, it better, lol.



Had a customer call me earlier in the week about some floor mats in his cars along w/ a 1x1 ft section in his minivan. Overall the mats were in moderate>poor condition. The section in the van had some good spotting, but he wasnt sure what from. So I took out the arsenal and went to work. Heres my method and what i used. No pics of the interior of van, sorry, but that turned out like new :)

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Pet Hair Puller
Shop Vac
Prochem ultrapac
Carpet/Upholstery Brush
Terry Rags
Prochem dry slurry in mytee lite II

Started w/ a quick vac, then used the pet hair puller. Even if theres no pet hair, I still like to use it to pull up loose fibers and loosen some dirt that pops up. Vacuum again, the pretreated w/ ultrapac. Let it dwell for a few while the extractor warmed up. Hit it w/ the upholstery brush and rags, the presprayed lightly again. Then attacked it w/ a few passes of the extractor.

Owner was very happy w/ results :)

Rear Minivan Carpet: Before


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the machine plus a crevice tool was about 830 shipped to me :bawl:

I complain, but its worth every penny. Just hurts to lay out the cash. Couple interiors will pay for itself though.
 

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nice machine. i paid about the same for mine too!

you CANT do an interior detail without one.
 
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