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Old 04-05-2012, 05:26 PM   #1
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Clean the carpet roof in a MH

Does anybody know how to clean a carpet roof in a MH .We are having a time trying to clean it.David
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Old 04-05-2012, 05:41 PM   #2
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do you mean roof or ceiling?
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Never saw a carpeted roof so must be the ceiling.
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Ceiling the carpet inside the MH
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Old 04-05-2012, 10:55 PM   #5
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David: We have had good results using the Woolite Oxy Deep, 22oz spray bottle (blue). Spray on and work with a sponge. You can use a soft brush, but too much scrubbing will fuzz the material. I rinse a couple times using a sponge with a little water and rub/blot dry with a towel. Have seen posts where they used Oxi-clean solution. Still -Don't want it too wet. (Test an area first!!)

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We have used a commercial carpet cleaning firm several times on our 2000 Alpine coach. Results have been great. Will use the firm this spring to remove water stains from a leaky air conditioner.
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Thank you all for your comments I will try it. David
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Old 04-06-2012, 04:58 AM   #8
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We have used a commercial carpet cleaning firm several times on our 2000 Alpine coach. Results have been great. Will use the firm this spring to remove water stains from a leaky air conditioner.
I also used a carpet cleaner for the same reason, our new to us also had a large stain over the cockpit area from a leak. I did it in two stages I didn't want to get it to wet. Do it once let it dry and go back and do it again, great results. Good luck, Jim
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After various carpet cleaners & an oxy-clean paste, I finally had to use a 50/50 bleach-water mix. This was an absolute last resort & it worked
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Ditto on the 50/50. Fine mist on, come back later, gone.
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Did the 50/50 it works thanks
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Good to know. Have some stains I'm interested in tackling soon.
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