Does anyone know of a home carpet shampooer that does a good job?
And another question, while I'm on this subject: I dropped the pencil
sharpener in my study, and the lead shavings paid a really bad mess. I have
vacuumed it three times, but now I'm ready to spot treat it. Anybody know
of what to use for pencil lead?
On Wed, 23 Aug 2006 22:07:31 -0500, "Donna in Texas"
I'm not sure one exists.If there is much carpet in your future, I
recommend investing in a small, one-piece professional extractor.
Definitely one of my better investments!
Pencil "lead" is a mixture of graphite and clay.
I think any good detergent will work, but a petroleum based solvent
might be necessary. You can experiment on a disposable piece of cloth.
Experience is something you don't get--until just after you need it.
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