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    Is anyone hungry? Chili Spill

    I had a client of mine call to tell me that her son spilled Chili in their vehicle. After sopping up the bulk of it, the rear seats and carpets were extracted, steamed and extracted again. I had recently purchased the water claw and used it for the first time on this interior extraction. I worked extremely well. I was able to remove the plastic clips around the seat rails and was able to remove the molding near the doors to get along and underneath the carpet edges.

    I first dry extracted to remove a what was left over after manually removing the bulk of it. I then used Maquiars Pro Fiber Rinse and Tanin Stain Remover, followed by an Enzyme Cleaner. Scrubbed in and then extracted. Steamed everything, seats, carpets, crevices, etc. with my Vapor Rhino steamer and then re-extracted with my Mytee HP60.

    End Result...spotless!

    Here is a link to what was removed with the extractor.

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    Re: Is anyone hungry? Chili Spill

    WOW, outstanding result. The smell would be a tough one too....

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    Re: Is anyone hungry? Chili Spill

    Wow! What a mess...you handled it perfectly!
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    Re: Is anyone hungry? Chili Spill

    Oh, Kevin!
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    Re: Is anyone hungry? Chili Spill

    Street5927:
    I hate to say this, but without the proper equipment, the end result you achieved could probably never be accomplished by any other methods.
    This is one task the truly exemplifies the saying, " Some things are better left in the hands of a professional."
    Tomato stains are never "easy" to remove, at least in my experience.

    When you say Enzyme Cleaner, what brand/type did you use?? Is the Meg`s Fiber Rinse & Tannin Stains Remover a go-to product for tough carpet and fabric stains only, or do you use this for all interior cleaning. That product is not exactly "inexpensive" at $60 a gallon.
    GB detailer

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    Re: Is anyone hungry? Chili Spill

    Street5927- Could you please tell us more about the Waterclaw?

    I`m *guessing* that you used their Spot Lifter AC012, right?

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    Re: Is anyone hungry? Chili Spill

    YUCK!! WOW. You deserve a medal for that one!
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