What's the number one rule when fixing brownouts?

Cleanworks

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Treat it with a liquid browning treatment and groom it in. Do not rinse. Severe cases can be treated with browning treatment along with a tiny amount of neutral cleaner for lubrication and padded or bonneted in.
 

Papa John

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I didnt even think That would even be a step.
What's the rush to fix those particular issues?
Duh, the carpet needs to be dry.
 

Matt Wood

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Very rarely, maybe never does browning happen on synthetic fabric. The so called “browning” effect is leftover cleaning solution dried

The real browning is rotting the fibers on natural fabrics and wool. Totally different process is needed to treat it
 

Matt Wood

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Very rarely, maybe never does browning happen on synthetic fabric. The so called “browning” effect is leftover cleaning solution dried

The real browning is rotting the fibers on natural fabrics and wool. Totally different process is needed to treat it
So the answer to your question on number one rule:
-Get off your lazy ass, leave the vibrating buffer orbot whatever, and browning treatment sprayer in your truck and pull out your hoses and do another cleaning to rinse out the remaining crap you left behind and leave a fan behind.
 
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