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Carpet cleaning for beginner!
Posted by SlebQueen (SlebQueen), 21 January 2004
Our office at work has just been redecorated, including a new carpet.
Today when I came back from lunch I noticed that there are bits of ground in clay/soil under my desk that must have come off my shoes!
Luckily I sit in a corner so no one else has seen the mess, but I'm on holiday next week and desperately want to get rid of it before I go - can anyone help??
Posted by Northerclean (Alex), 21 January 2004
SlebQueen, what area are you from?

Posted by SlebQueen (SlebQueen), 21 January 2004
Posted by Northerclean (Alex), 21 January 2004
Bit to far for me to travel. I'd give it a good vac before you worry to much about it.

Let me know how you get on.

Posted by allencarpetclean (allencarpetclean), 21 January 2004
if its clay or soil will it not just brush off when dry with a hard brush? I too are in hampshire e-mail me if i can help.
Posted by paul_moss (paul_moss), 21 January 2004
Good to see the guys coming to a womans rescue.

I wonder if the response would have been the same if a bloke had put the post on. Grin
Posted by SlebQueen (SlebQueen), 22 January 2004
Ha ha - thanks for all your help guys.  I've brought a brush in with me today, so when no one's looking I'll give it a good going over!
Posted by Phil_@_Deep_Clean (Phil_@_Deep_Clean), 22 January 2004
Who say's its a woman?  Kiss

Posted by allencarpetclean (allencarpetclean), 22 January 2004
Just cause your an old queen Phil dont tar us all with the same brush.
Posted by Phil_@_Deep_Clean (Phil_@_Deep_Clean), 22 January 2004

Just saying,

You never can tell!

Posted by Dave_Parry (Dave Parry), 22 January 2004
Female in my mind, blond long legs face to die for.  Roll Eyes Roll EyesGot to go wifes just come in
Posted by Ian_Hare (Ian_Hare), 23 January 2004
Does 'blond long legs' refer to very hairy legsHuh
Must be a man!

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