Explosive syndrome

The Lurk

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Trip Moses
I probably should've
No. You did it right. You ain’t gotta soak it to clean it. You can clean the face fibers down to the warp and weft without the over-wetting the backside. I clean my rugs on my wood floors all the time. Absolutely no damage to the wood floors. Ever.

ps. My dog shat up the rug in the mud room this week. I broke out the Hoss 700 and guess what. Clean rug. No wood floor damage.
 

Matt Wood

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No. You did it right. You ain’t gotta soak it to clean it. You can clean the face fibers down to the warp and weft without the over-wetting the backside. I clean my rugs on my wood floors all the time. Absolutely no damage to the wood floors. Ever.

ps. My dog shat up the rug in the mud room this week. I broke out the Hoss 700 and guess what. Clean rug. No wood floor damage.
I rinsed the thick stuff off the rug first. Then I treated the stained leftover. I didn't give it a rug bath on the hardwood, lol
 

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