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post #1 of Old 03-04-2012, 06:06 PM Thread Starter
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How many of us know how to safely remove yellow mustard out of carpet?
Tell me how you do this and those of you that do not know how, someone or I will tell you how.
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You have yellow mustard or even curry on the carpet. Ouch, Well call a professional. Here is what he will do.... first cleaning the area cold. Dry as much as he can. Prochoice has a product called Stain Magic that comes in two parts. Apply the mixture on the yellow stain.... next is interesting, then he will use a light called the DSI light and set it over the stain. Anywhere from 6 to 24 hours later that stain will be gone and the carpet fibers look and feel great.
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You have yellow mustard or even curry on the carpet. Ouch, Well call a professional. Here is what he will do.... first cleaning the area cold. Dry as much as he can. Prochoice has a product called Stain Magic that comes in two parts. Apply the mixture on the yellow stain.... next is interesting, then he will use a light called the DSI light and set it over the stain. Anywhere from 6 to 24 hours later that stain will be gone and the carpet fibers look and feel great.
Ohhh great.... thanks

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post #4 of Old 03-15-2012, 09:18 PM
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I use stain magic, works like a charm. You could also use an oxidizer then a high PH cleaner in a two part system (similar to stain magic)
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