I have creamish coloured carpets and a 2 1/2 year old DD so I bought some
Oxi clean as I was having real trouble removing stains from my carpets. I
read the instructions that say not to use on wool carpets, I didn't think my
carpets were wool so tried a spot test on my carpet where it wouldn't be
seen. It took the stain out and didn't mark the carpet and dried to a
normal colour so I went around the rest of the house spot cleaning marks.
95% of the marks came up but the ext day when everything had dried I
realised that my carpets now all have yellowish stains on them where I uses
the Oxi clean.
I don't understand because I did a spot check but now my carpets look
terrible, I feel sick. It is a one run carpet thought the whole house and
now it's ruined.
Is there anything I can do to lesson the marks? The 2 largest are huge
because they were caused by condensation coming off the window and settling
on the carpet (which then went mouldy)(It was behind a couch so I didn't
see) but now the mould has gone but the patch is huge and yellowish brown
Has anyone had this problem before and been able to fix it?? Please help me
if you can.
I am so excited to find you !!!
Honestly, I have used it to clean *old* rust stains from a paint can in my
spare bedroom and 90% came out!
It's especially great on any kind of stains!
This statement came from a customer of mine, I sell and use the Almighty
Dirt Buster, and these are some of the compliments we receive every day, so
buy it, try it and you will be happy, there is a money back guarantee if
Go to www.allmightydirtbuster.com can send you more excited customers
On some carpets, Oxygen Bleach will remove the yellow tinge left by
Oxygen Compound Cleaners. Although they are almost the same thing,
the Oxygen Bleach does not have the reductases that turn yellow if
they are not washed out.
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