Can the Rug Doctor be used to clean... rugs?

As opposed to carpets?
The basic process must be the same, but I wonder how much trouble is caused by the fact that a rug is not fixed to the floor.
Does anyone have experience with this?
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On Tue, 22 Apr 2008 15:28:26 GMT, Jonathan Sachs

one hand. Large area rugs; then have a helper.

A few times....
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Yea fo mo money rent a truck doctor, and a rug doctor, then rent a carpet doctor, if enough money is left, look at a boat doctor is in order. what about a wife doctor, or a bill collector doctor, F the doctor.
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On Tue, 22 Apr 2008 13:04:43 -0700 (PDT), ransley

Save your money and then go to the hat doctor!
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Honest-to gosh real rugs must be professionally cleaned. If not, the size changes non-uniformly and the rug wont lay flat. At pro shops the rugs are mounted on racks adjusted to the size, then cleaned. Been there, done that many times in the last century.
Joe
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