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Old 12-07-2012, 07:36 AM   #1
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Out out, damn spot!

After searching the forum, there's an old, old thread regarding use of Scotchguard stain proofing on carpets/furniture that has not been updated since the Almighty created dirt. So...

I'm gathering opinions on what people with experience really have found to be the most effective furniture/carpet stain blocker. We've used 3M products (Scotchguard) on our trailers and previous m/h's and been unimpressed. I've done some due diligence and a product named "Vectra" is getting universally good reviews.

So let slip the dogs of war and give your opinions (based on experience) of what the latest and greatest stain guard/blocker(s) are?

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Old 12-07-2012, 06:34 PM   #2
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Actually most of todays fabrics have built in stain guard making is un necessary to purchase additional protection. They are like the Business person at the car dealer trying to sell you all the garbage you dont need and isn't necessary. That's where they make all the big Bucks. Todays cleaning and stain removing products is all you need providing you do your job and keep your investment in top shape.
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