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Depends on what equipment you have available. Do you know what some of the stains are? Urine stains?

  • Dust with rug duster or tumble duster
  • Pretreat any urine stains with Wool Medic or Urine Neutralzier. Pretreat heaviest grease or oil stains with concentrated mixture of Traffic Slam
  • Wet out rug
  • Prespray Traffic Slam
  • Scrub with Brush Pro using blue brushes
  • Flush
  • extract and dry
 

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Do have a duster.
Not urine stains
Do have traffic slam
Do have a crb.

Will post pictures after I try your recommendation.
 
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Depends on what equipment you have available. Do you know what some of the stains are? Urine stains?

  • Dust with rug duster or tumble duster
  • Pretreat any urine stains with Wool Medic or Urine Neutralzier. Pretreat heaviest grease or oil stains with concentrated mixture of Traffic Slam
  • Wet out rug
  • Prespray Traffic Slam
  • Scrub with Brush Pro using blue brushes
  • Flush
  • extract and dry
This is after all the steps.

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Wipe across some of the dark areas with a towel dampened with Encapuclean O2 or another good encapsulation product. See if there is much soil on the towel. Did the appearance improve? Sometimes it is wear and abrasion. Sometimes a rug needs a pit washing.

But I do think your cleaning made a big improvement by the photos. Does it look better live than it did before?
 

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prespray with flex & boost all & rinse with ice.....easy work
 

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Wipe across some of the dark areas with a towel dampened with Encapuclean O2 or another good encapsulation product. See if there is much soil on the towel. Did the appearance improve? Sometimes it is wear and abrasion. Sometimes a rug needs a pit washing.

But I do think your cleaning made a big improvement by the photos. Does it look better live than it did before?
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After
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I'll try the encap02 tomorrow.
 

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prespray with flex & boost all & rinse with ice.....easy work
I used boost all ones and I made a volcano . Haven't used it since. What ratio should I mix it in a hydro?
 

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I used boost all ones and I made a volcano . Haven't used it since. What ratio should I mix it in a hydro?
Boost All is not meant to be used in a closed container. Mix it with your prespray with the cover off your Hydro-Force sprayer. When you cap the container, be sure the vent hole is not plugged up.

Boost All can work with as little as 1/4 per gallon. A full sprayer at 1:8 will make about 11 gallon. So just less than 3 ounces of Boost All. You can add more if needed, but understand that it is releasing oxygen and can create the volcano in a confined area, especially if the water is really hot. I have even seen it blow up some sprayers.
 

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i dont go by what it says for any chems. i use my judgement....depends on how dirty what im using it on is... i use it anytime i see dingy colors like that i've never had a problem with it @mrblazer
 

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i dont go by what it says for any chems. i use my judgement....depends on how dirty what im using it on is... i use it anytime i see dingy colors like that i've never had a problem with it @mrblazer
Right, I've read somewhere on here that their is a point where you are just wasting chemical when you add too much chemical.
 

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Right, I've read somewhere on here that their is a point where you are just wasting chemical when you add too much chemical.
Go ahead and waste. We'll sell you more. :)
 

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Wipe across some of the dark areas with a towel dampened with Encapuclean O2 or another good encapsulation product. See if there is much soil on the towel. Did the appearance improve? Sometimes it is wear and abrasion. Sometimes a rug needs a pit washing.

But I do think your cleaning made a big improvement by the photos. Does it look better live than it did before?
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There was transfer. It cleaned up well on the edge I tried.