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Carpet Shampooers

Rug Shampooer, Carpet Shampooers, & Carpet Steamers


All households need good Carpet Shampooers or Carpet Steamers. If you invest in a good Shampooer, you can literally save thousands of dollars in maintenance and prolong the life of your shampooer. There are basically 2 kinds of Shampooers:

  1. Dry Formula Rug Shampooers

    These can use some water and a powerful scrub brush and they shampoo your carpets. Then once the carpet is dry (very quickly because little water is used if any) you simply vacuum the carpet. Your carpet smells fresh and clean. Stains don't seem to come back as easily with these carpet shampooers.

  1. Extraction Type Carpet Shampooers

    These are the most commonly used carpet shampooers or carpet steamers. The principle behind them is they inject water and shampoo solution into your carpet. Then they are scrubbed with a powerful scrub brush and then you suck the dirty water back out of your carpet. Although not as good for your carpet as the Dry Formula (gets your carpet wetter) they seem to do a better job on bad stains. Also these carpet shampooers seem to do a better job on upholstery like couches and cars.

Really good carpet shampooers and carpet steamers is an investment that over its life can save you thousands of dollars. If you want a good carpet shampooer the best one we suggest is the Rug Doctor. We have tested all the shampooers and they perform the best (professional results), are designed to last a LONG time (5 year Rug Doctor warranty when you buy through us), and it is investment that can save you a lot of money. If you need to buy a high end vacuum cleaner as well then we suggest the Kirby vacuum with Shampooer or the Rainbow vacuum with Shampooer as they work good as well.

We also stock a wide Variety of Cleaning Supplies and Shampoo solutions.

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