Does the Rug Doctor Really Work?
A Rug Doctor carpet cleaner can't perform miracles, but it can make a significant difference in the appearance of even the dirtiest carpet. You can buy a Rug Doctor machine, or rent one at many supermarkets and home improvement centers. via
How does a Rug Doctor carpet cleaner work? (video)
How long does it take for carpet to dry after using Rug Doctor?
It takes around two to four hours for carpets to dry after a Rug Doctor clean. However, this depends on ventilation to the room, whether the room is unheated and the outside temperature. The machine vacuums up about 80% of the water it dispenses on to the carpet. via
Why does my carpet smell worse after cleaning?
The leading cause of a carpet that smells bad after cleaning is that the backing has absorbed moisture in the process and is still wet. If not dried properly, the material becomes susceptible to water damage and mildew problems, which can cause the musty smell to appear. via
Do you vacuum before using Rug Doctor?
Vacuum your carpet first. Removing the surface layer of dirt and dust will help keep the machine filter stay cleaner, which maximizes the suction power of the Rug Doctor Deep Cleaner. Rug Doctor offers various carpet cleaning sprays that you can use to pre-treat particularly stubborn spots and stains. via
How do I get the best results from Rug Doctor? (video)
What can I use instead of Rug Doctor solution?
Do carpets get dirty faster after cleaning?
To save time, some carpet cleaners put the detergent into the cleaning solution being used. This leaves a lot of the detergent on the carpet after the cleaning has been done. As a result, the carpet is sticky and attracts dust and other particles allowing the carpet to become dirty quickly after cleaning. via
Does the Rug Doctor remove old stains?
Rug Doctor Spot and Stain Remover is made to tackle nearly every kind of commonly occurring household stain. You can even use it as an effective pre-treatment before a Rug Doctor carpet clean. Simply spray heavily soiled areas for an effective stain removal boost. via
Does cold air dry carpets?
Carpet dries quickly if there is a low relative humidity air around it — and vice versa. If the air around it has high relative humidity, it does not dry. Within 24–48 hours mold spores become active. Adding Heat: If the outside air is cold (below 50°F), ventilating and heating the air quickly dries the carpet. via
Why does my carpet smell after using Rug Doctor?
The smell is caused by your carpet remaining too damp for too long. To solve the problem, you'll need to remove as much moisture as possible. via
Why does my carpet smell like urine after shampooing?
So, why does my carpet smell like urine after shampooing? The urine spreads out and the ammonia and bacteria present reactivate once the carpet is cleaned with water. That's how you get a smelly carpet after cleaning. via
How can I deep clean my carpet myself?
Mix 1/4 cup salt, 1/4 cup borax and 1/4 cup vinegar, then apply this paste to deep stains or heavily soiled sections of carpet. Allow the paste to sit on the carpet for several hours until it dries completely, then vacuum it away. via