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Old 08-05-2014, 06:56 AM   #1
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Whats a good product to use for cleaning the carpets
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Here's one from Adam's I used when I had cashmere carpets (which I will never have again). You really can't get light carpet clean. Best solution is new Lloyd's floor mats.

http://www.adamspolishes.com/p-35-ad...y-cleaner.aspx
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... You really can't get light carpet clean.
I beg to differ Doc! I'm going to do a video to show that you can.
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The easiest way to clean Corvette carpet is by hand. Usually some cleaner, a brush, and a towel to agitate the dirt out is all you need. Light colored, dark colored, and every colored carpet in between. It all comes clean.

From Surf City Garage Professional, we offer the Pro APC Concentrate to clean carpets. Start at a dilution of 16:1 and see where that takes you. You can always dilute it to be stronger. In fact, we keep it as a Concentrate so that the user can use the product for more than just one thing. From the product page:

Recommended Uses:
- Heavy duty cleaning - Tires, engine bays, clear coated wheels, bug or tar removal 4:1
- Moderate cleaning aluminum, wax-stained trim, foam pads and accessories 8:1
- Light cleaning interior surfaces, door panels, coated leathers, delicate materials 16:1


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Whatever you do, don't use anything that contains soap. You will not only never get all the soap out, you will also cause your carpet to get dirty faster.
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