What do you use for seats/carpet?

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  1. MSIGuy

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    So, I've got some fairly grundgy carpet in a car that I'm selling, but want to clean it up well for the person buying it.

    I've seen lots of people using lots of different things, but looking for some input.

    What's best to use when you don't have an extractor or anything special? Woolite/Water? What kind of Woolite do you use though?
     
  2. Paulie Walnuts

    Paulie Walnuts Im an agent of chaos

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    BioKleen cant be beat.
     
  3. MSIGuy

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    But do you need an extractor for BioKleen? I guess I'm looking with something I can just spray, rub, and let dry.
     
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    I've never used BioKleen but imagine the usage to be similar to other concentrates where a trigger bottle and nylon brush then a quick vac will suffice.
     
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    No need for an extractor.
     
  6. Paulie Walnuts

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    I still used my little green clean machine. Which BTW is better than the $700 extractor I used to have.
     

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