For that much, consider laminate flooring and never shampoo again. Laminate
has other advantages:
* Doesn't absorb smells
* Won't stain
* Will not show wear
* Easy to clean
You can accent the floor with throw rugs, which also insulate bare feet from
the cold. Acceptable laminate flooring can be had for as little as fifty
cents per square foot.
If you decide to experiment with laminate, check back here for useful tips.
You'd be about 3 weeks removing all that detergent with an extractor.
Extractors are intended to be used with carpet cleaning emulsion; not
soap, not detergent.
$500 will buy a carpet cleaning toy.
You ought to consider shutting the fuck up about things of which you
You had money.
Compared to what...?
Admittedly, only the 4 things widely considered most worthless on
Usenet; education, training, experience, and a Google.
Wow, neat link.
Not sure I ever saw such a lucid explanation of the mechanics of
I use one of those Hoover units and of course the recommended
cleaners. The results are at least as good as what I used to
get from professionals.
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