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Old 06-13-2011, 11:26 AM   #1
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Carpet came clean

For the last five years we have watched the bedroom carpet deteriorate in cleanliness, particularly after tv technicians walk in and out to fix something. We have tried all the usual remedies and cleaners, but it wasn't until we were discussing replacement that I decided to do some research.
The company that makes the carpet, Fabrica, has only one suggestion on its website for cleaning the carpet, and that is the Host Cleaning System. Since I never heard of them I looked up their website, and was surprised to find several places nearby that handled it. One was nearby the storage of the coach so I tried that one. Amazing what the right product and machine will do. For the grand investment of under fifty dollars (machine rental plus powder) the bedroom carpet is like new. Next time we need the carpets done at home I'll use it there,too. Very easy, neat, and thorough.
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Link to the web site?

Can you include a link to the web site? The place I found was more industrial and wanted you to register before it gave you any information about where to buy or rent equipment.

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Old 06-13-2011, 11:33 AM   #3
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I used my Bissell that I have for my stick house. Why do you let people in your coach with their shoes on? I Don't.Ever figure out how to keep the frame on the bedroom TV from falling off? I screwed two 90 degree clips onthe housing for the frame to just sit on. Has'nt fell off for a year now.
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The website won't load on this iPad, but I know it is fabric.com, and is used in Essex and King Aire (not sure about others).
As far as the bedroom tv frame...heavy duty velcro!
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I meant fabrica.com, but this foolish spell checker....
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Velcro didn't work for me. The weight always pulled it off. Almost every one I looked at when I was RV shopping was laying off on the bed. Get a Bissell pro heat with a hand wand . Mine were black when I bought it and they look like new. About $6 worth of Bissell rug cleaner and I don't have to rent someone else's dirt. And it works great in the house.
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