Carpet Cleaning corner filtration

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The best combo I’ve found is the tool Scott pictured above from Interlink Supply and a yellow deck brush from the Home Depot.

Spray, agitate, rinse.


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I like to use the deck brush too for this purpose.... along with Rob's filtration line cleaner.


I will try the deck brush on the severe ones, however tmf bio 10k pro or the spiked both works for me, don't need to purchase anything extra. I love simplicity, few chemicals that I have tested and got great results on a lot of different situations, rather then carrying 50 chemicals in my van for 50 different things, some will not get used and spoil after some time, waste of my money.
 
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We only see filtration lines in new "tightly insulated" homes, old drafty homes typically have very little or no lines. When I see them I ask "do you burn a lot of scented candles?" and they are like how did you know. Not always the cause, but usually it is. The bad ones get a real good vacuuming along the edges and doorways, before prespray. Like mentioned above an alkaline booster, oxygen and a solvent additive works for us without much effort if applied liberally and given a chance to work. I do think the combination of the 3 booster components help a lot with the oil based soot which is many times the culprit.
 
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We only see filtration lines in new "tightly insulated" homes, old drafty homes typically have very little or no lines. When I see them I ask "do you burn a lot of scented candles?" and they are like how did you know. Not always the cause, but usually it is. The bad ones get a real good vacuuming along the edges and doorways, before prespray. Like mentioned above an alkaline booster, oxygen and a solvent additive works for us without much effort if applied liberally and given a chance to work. I do think the combination of the 3 booster components help a lot with the oil based soot which is many times the culprit.
100% correct Jim.