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Old 09-10-2013, 03:40 PM   #15
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TileX Mildew Stain Remover - Spray on "gone in 60 seconds!"

No scrubbing or anything. After it's gone I dab with a water soaked rag to rinse, then lightly fluff dry with a clean towel.

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Old 09-10-2013, 08:49 PM   #16
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Had the same problem, used 50 % Hydrogen Boraxide from a drug store and 50 % water with spray bottle, let it soak for 5 minutes, tab with towel. Stains gone.!!!!!

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Old 09-11-2013, 07:08 AM   #17
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Originally Posted by Fl_Richard View Post
TileX Mildew Stain Remover - Spray on "gone in 60 seconds!"

No scrubbing or anything. After it's gone I dab with a water soaked rag to rinse, then lightly fluff dry with a clean towel.
Tilex is good for tile and ceramics, but unlike hydrogen peroxide which which is safe, and only adresses the stain, Tilex it could cause major damage to fabrics and non-ceramic surfaces.
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i just did my celling and i rented a rug doctor with the Upholstery adaptor and used rug doctor cleaner and it got all the yellow/gold and 90% of the black out.
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Thanks for the many good tips. We'll go with the Bissell, but be careful about brushing.
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Old 09-13-2013, 08:37 PM   #20
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Originally Posted by TRAILERKING View Post
Bissel Little Green Machine with their cleaner. Do not use a brush or the fabric will likely become fuzzy texure. Just spray and vac. I did some of mine around the A/C area and worked great. When I get time I need to do the entire ceiling.
I read the same reviews on the escapees.com forums. There are two kinds, one has a hot water feature, one doesn't. DW wants one for me to use.
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celling stain

I used FOLEX found at lowes no rinsings just spray on an let it sit a few 5 min. white towel an blot till you remove it works great . instant carpet spot remover. removes pet accidents,grease,ink,red wine,blood,rust,food,cosmetics,dirt,grime,most stains. excellent for upholstery

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