Question:

does rug doctor work?

my carpet smells really bad because i wet it smells like fart seriously. does the rug doc work and does it suck up all the water not the one i spilled the one it cleans it with? and what can i use instead of the cleaner liquid it comes with?

Answer:

We loved the Rug Doctor so much we bought one. They work the best I have found. I have used other brands you can buy from your local department store and nothing compared. I have 4 kids and light carpet so it gets pretty dirty especially during the winter tracking in wet snow. Our carpets look brand new again after cleaning them. We use Gain or Tide laundry detergent in it and a small amount of bleach or use detergent with bleach in it. It leaves the carpet pretty dry afterwards. I would suggest using a scotch gard (you can buy that pretty cheap at your local home store) afterwards and it really helps as well. I believe there is one by 3M we used and it repelled liquid from soaking in. I love the Rug Doctor though!
Aug 23, 2017
Does Rug Doctor Work
Aug 23, 2017
Rug Doctor machines work really good! You can rent them for 24 hours at places like Publix or Winn Dixie for about 25 dollars. I bought one I've used it so much. I always buy Tide with Febreze and add like about 1/2 the cap since its already 2x concentrated. They have anti foaming stuff by rug doctor to keep the suds down. It sucks all the water up and if you buy arm and hammer detergent with oxi clean that works really well. Using laundry soap makes the carpet smell really nice and rug doctor steam cleaner stuff works well with it! Hope this helps. Its worth the money.
Aug 23, 2017
Yes, okorder.com/
Aug 23, 2017
no not really id be looking to to a shampooer my self i know for a fact that the new kirby has a shampoo system that you can get with it may be a little out of the budget for some but it works wonders and ya dont have to get the vac out and vac the floors then get the shampooer its all one system just change the heads and the bag and away you go its grate ...
Aug 23, 2017

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