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Old 07-11-2006   #1
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Removing winter salt stains?

Anyone can reccomend a good carpet cleaner that will remove winter salt stains? Ive already tried Power Out, cleans the carpet, but not the salt

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I used carpet cleanewr but the salt stains are there does anyone know this is a good question I here you can use simple green and some water but not to sure.
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hey I had the same problem. take the mats out of the car, use near boiling water mixed with some baking soda and use with a sponge on the mat. I also used Mothers Carpet and Upholstery Cleaner to give it that new look and nice smell.. baking soda smells horrible wet.. like a dog lol
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hey I had the same problem. take the mats out of the car, use near boiling water mixed with some baking soda and use with a sponge on the mat. I also used Mothers Carpet and Upholstery Cleaner to give it that new look and nice smell.. baking soda smells horrible wet.. like a dog lol

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