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10 oz. CarpetAid

10 oz. CarpetAid

RRP: $6.50 (You save $0.71)

Product Description


Have a few stains on your carpet but don't want to clean the carpet for the entire room? CarpetAid+ is the perfect spot cleaner that is environmentally friendly and still has enough power to remove tough stains. As a cost effective and easy to use option, all you need to do is spray the stain and blot! This product works well on pet stains, wine, food spills, etc. As a biodegradable and odor free cleaner, this is perfect for those occasional small stains.


  • Environmentally friendly, biodegradable and odor free.
  • Perfect spot cleaner for tough stains: pet stains, wine, food spills, etc.
  • No scrubbing or rubbing - just spray the stain and blot. Leaves no ring or residue.



Product Videos

How to Remove Red Wine Stains from Carpet | Life is Clean (02:53)
Tracey from https://www.LifeIsClean.com demonstrates the steps to removing Red Wine Stains from carpet using CarpetAid. CarpetAid+ is an excellent choice for all carpet stain needs. Click the link to buy a can of CarpetAid: http://www.lifeisclean.com/CarpetAid-p/ca.htm or click this link to buy a case of CarpetAid and save 10%! http://www.lifeisclean.com/CarpetAid-Case-of-28-cans-p/ca28.htm Click the link for more "How to Clean..." videos! https://www.lifeisclean.com/Articles.asp?ID=255 How to Clean Red Wine Stains from Carpet: Tip: Always use a white rag. If you do not you run the chance of the color of the rag bleeding into the carpet, and we don't want that! Step 1: Blot the execs wine from the carpet. It is key to blot and not to rub, you are trying to gently remove the wine not rub it deeper into the carpet. Step 2: Use a carpet stain remover that can be found at https://www.lifeisclean.com. Today we'll be using CarpetAid+ but Lifter 1 Carpet Stain Remover and Apex Spot Beater as well as many others on our site could do the job as well! Once you have selected the product that you will use, you will want to apply a moderate amount of the product directly to the stain. Do not drench the carpet. Step 3: Now blot the carpet again and this time you can do it a bit more aggressively but you still don't want to rub it into the carpet fibers. Tip: Depending on how bad the stain is you may want to repeat the process 2-3 times. You know you're done when you don't see any more wine being transferred to your rag. Step 4: Once again apply a moderate amount of the product, CarpetAid+, to the stain and place a white rag on it. Step 5: Place a heavy object onto the rag and let it sit for 2-3 hours. Repeat the process as many times as needed. Do this until you see no more stain and there is no more wine on your rag. Tip: Do not use anything of value because the wine could possibly travel from the rag through the object you have on it. The rag could damage! Trust us, we learned the hard way! This is a production of Cold Box Films https://www.coldboxfilms.com
  • How to Remove Red Wine Stains from Carpet | Life is Clean
    Tracey from https://www.LifeIsClean.com demonstrates the steps...

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