Carpet Cleaning Issues - Carpet construction, upholstery cleaning, stain removal, equipment, events, etc.
spot and stain removal with host freestyle
Posted by felixthecat (felixthecat), 3 March 2004ok i know its idiot proof but can some guys out there help me before i start cleaning the publics carpets.ive practiced on many different carpets and friends houses to remove spots and many other problems with the freestyle but finding it very difficult to remove the spots never mind hard and stubborn ones,Should i be using some sort of spot removing machine as well as using the freestyle.Will be on a course in May to learn how to use it but would love the advice of any freestyle users out there as i think they can tell me where im going wrong.
Posted by Ivar_Haglund (Ivar_Haglund), 3 March 2004That stuff only works when the sales man is using it.
NOt a very good method
Posted by stevegunn (Steve Gunn), 3 March 2004What sort of stains are you having trouble removing?
What kind of pre spray are you using?
Posted by lenpg (Len Gribble), 3 March 2004
Droll sense of humour but I like it
Posted by Dynafoam (Dynafoam), 3 March 2004Felix,
If carpets being cleaned by a method involving a high-pressure wash, a good flush and real extraction still require pre-treatment with specialised spotters to remove some stains, it is hardly surprising that a method that consists of dampening and blotting fails to remove them unaided by specific chemistry.
Take the Host course but get further training from an organisation such as the NCCA to get some understanding of what is involved.
Posted by nick.solution (nick.solution), 4 March 2004Hi Guys
Depending on the spots and stains ,certain spot removal chemicals will work when applied as a very fine mist spray and simple agitated, Of course I can't actually say which ones they might be!!!!
Best regards Nick
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