What do you use to clean carpets? Plain water? Water mixed with a Seventh Generation product? And how do you clean stains, esp from pets (furballs, for example) and coffee?
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Portable rental carpet extractors can be rented at most hardware and grocery stores. These small carpet extractors are great for small areas but are low powered and often times well used. When renting a portable carpet extractor it is advisable to check with you local cleaning and janitorial supplies store.
Don't get the fabric too wet though, as this will cause other problems. You can avoid over wetting by using a trigger spray to mist, instead of flooding the area.You will need to remove as much of the solvents as you can, in order to prevent rapid re-soiling of the carpet.
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Can not believe that a consumer driven and eco solutions oriented company would stop producing your Carpet Cleaner that was highly effective and highly praised. Give back a little and provide a product that may not be a high volume mover.
Is shower cleaner the same formula?
Hi Folks, We've heard from some of our clever consumers that our Shower Cleaner works just as effectively on stains as our Carpet Cleaner did. It sounds crazy, but hydrogen peroxide is the same active ingredient that was in our Carpet Cleaner. For best results spray it on, let is sit for several minutes and then blot the area with a towel. We recommend doing a spot test first to be safe.
I have searched and searched for the 7th Gen carpet cleaner only to find on this site that it has been discontinued. The best I've used. It really works well in a multi-cat household and doesn't ruin the carpet. Please reconsider and bring it back.
I found it amusing that the month Consumer Reports designated this carpet cleaner the best ever, I found out it had been discontinued. Please, please, PLEASE bring it back!!
I absolutely loved this product and really wish Seventh Generation would bring it back!
In the meantime, I'm using Seventh Generation All Purpose Cleaner, adding peroxide and 10 drops of grapefruit seed oil. Problem is, I read about this in a magazine and the author didn't say how much peroxide to add. I add about a 1/4 cup,
but I would suggest testing it on your carpet first!
I keep reading about Natural Carpet Spot & Stain Remover has anyone
found out if they still carry it or not.I have a stain on my carpet that I have tried everything
and can't get rid of it.
I've tried them all(for our 3 cats) and this carpet cleaner "was" by far,,,,,the BEST carpet cleaner on the market.............................................
I've driven all over town looking for the best carpet cleaner ever made, Seventh Generation Carpet Cleaner!!! I have ran out of the reserve bottle I have and have been searching for a new bottle for months now but cannot find it anywhere.
We have 2 young kids and spills are now taking root in the carpet because I refuse to use the other harmful chemicals available in stores. Can you please let me know if this product will be made available again...we really depend on it!
Please let me know when you will have this great product again!
I've been using "Seventh Generation Natural Carpet Spot & Stain Remover" for several years and have come to depend on it for cleaning up after pets. It looks as if this wonderful product has been taken off the market. PLEASE BRING IT BACK!!
I rent a Rug Doctor from the grocery store, and instead of using their horrible, toxic cleaning solution, I fill the tub with hot water, 1 cup of white vinegar, and 8 drops of tea tree oil (it has cleaning properties, but you could use whatever essential oil you like the smell of). It does an amazing job of cleaning our carpets, smells fabulous & leaves no soapy residue behind for dirt to stick to!
Try peroxide. Test it first to make sure your carpet will not lighten. I have a berber carpet which is made of synthetic fabrics. I have no problem pouring the peroxide right on the spot. Sometimes I put it in the carpet cleaner and then I always put a towel down while it dries so that no one tracks dirt on it. I also use baking soda and vinegar to loosen the stain. Sometimes I use some seventh generation laundry detergent and vinegar in my carpet cleaner. Hope those suggestions help. I think you can also use washing soda and borax for cleaning carpets. :)
For spot cleaning I generally just use seltzer (club soda). The bubbles help to loosen the spot. Let sit for a few minutes and then rub vigorously with a rag; repeat if necessary.
I have two cats and have found that the Seventh Generation Shower cleaner spray works great on carpets and removes even grape juice stains. I start by dabbing up as much of the stain as I can with a paper towel, then spray a small amount close to the carpet so that it can penetrate all the way through; let sit a couple of minutes, then dab until stain is gone and area is pretty dry; finally I use my hand to refluff the area. I have light colored carpet and no stains! I also use this method to pre-treat clothes.
If you go to your local flooring store they probably have a good option. My family happens to own a flooring store and we sell a very environmentally friendly (completely biodegradable), pet friendly, and child friendly carpet cleaner. You work the solution into the fibers of the carpet and blot (NEVER RUB) until the stain is lifted. Works amazing! It's called stain blaster. Just a tip from a flooring family, pretty much anything you can buy in your grocery store is awful for your carpets.
I found your product, "Seventh Generation Natural Carpet Spot & Stain Remover" awhile back, and absolutely loved it!!! But, I can't find it anymore!!!! Is it no longer on the market?
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I usually use white vinegar (about 1/4 cup) and warm water (1 qt). If you get to it right a way, scrubbing with a cloth in all directions should do it. Then I lay a clean towel over the area until it dries.
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