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SamIam

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would be easier to convince to turn around and go back out to see then trying to convince you old school hot water die hards that less is more when it comes to cleaning extremely soiled carpet.

Wicking, browning, streaking, solvent residues, bacteria, abused fibers and whatever else I am forgetting that comes from trying to be a superhero and correcting the sins that home and business owners commit on their carpets..


Less is more my friends, less is more...
Les is more bring back Les
 
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And don't read into this that I'm pushing VLM over hot water extraction. Rather I'm pushing moderation and responsibility and a well-balanced system, and to get rid of our idiotic desire to be carpet flushing superheroes
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So your saying there's pack soil in the fibers that will continue to wick?

Those aren't fun to clean.

Carpet hard as a rock filled to the top with dirt.

Usually it's a entry point 3x3 turns to mud when wet.


I got 4 full canister of silt out of job I did for years reel pain.
 

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So your saying there's pack soil in the fibers that will continue to wick?

Those aren't fun to clean.

Carpet hard as a rock filled to the top with dirt.

Usually it's a entry point 3x3 turns to mud when wet.


I got 4 full canister of silt out of job I did for years reel pain.
Yes, that's what I was saying
 

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