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This steam cleaner does a good job. Thanks for sharing. Looking forward to your next video.

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carpet shampoo method

The theory in the shampoo method is to generate a lot of foam in the carpet, allow this foam to dry, have the resulting residue attract the soil, and vacuum up the residue and soil the next day.
Carpet shampoo products must have the following characteristics which dictate their ingredients:
  • Very high foam levels to reduce wetting.
  • Very stable foam.
  • High lubricity to reduce damage to the carpet fibers from the brushes.
  • Dry to a non-sticky residue.
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carpet shampoo method

The theory in the shampoo method is to generate a lot of foam in the carpet, allow this foam to dry, have the resulting residue attract the soil, and vacuum up the residue and soil the next day.
Carpet shampoo products must have the following characteristics which dictate their ingredients:
  • Very high foam levels to reduce wetting.
  • Very stable foam.
  • High lubricity to reduce damage to the carpet fibers from the brushes.
  • Dry to a non-sticky residue.
This method is very effective, but it is not as effective as steam cleaning. The problem is that the carpet shampoo method does not work for all types of stains and steam cleaning does. Anyway, the information you've shared is useful.

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I guess it is safe to say your extractor sucks at least as much as mine...
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