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Ill have my seats out pretty soon and figured I might as well clean my carpet.
Theres no stains or anything bad, its just pretty "used" looking
 

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if you can swing it why not just replace it when the seats are out? other than that i just use some of the can carpet cleaner found at walmart and auto stores. works pretty good and leaves it smellin alot better
 

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I own a carpet cleaning company called Heaven's Best in NC. DO NOT use anything that contains soap. Soap actually attracts dirt because it leaves a sticky residue. Get something that does not contain soap or call a Local Heaven's Best owner.
 

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If you are going to do it yourself- don't over think it- before selling my 98 Ram a year ago I just bought some spray on foaming carpet cleaner from the auto store. I think it was Armour-All Upholstery ?? Follow directions (usually vacuum first - spray on foam- let it break down dirt - scrub rough spots- wipe off- vacuum again )
In less than an hour I was stunned how nice it came out. The guy who bought my truck even commented that the carpet looked brand new on a 15 year old truck.
 

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If you are going to do it yourself- don't over think it- before selling my 98 Ram a year ago I just bought some spray on foaming carpet cleaner from the auto store. I think it was Armour-All Upholstery ?? Follow directions (usually vacuum first - spray on foam- let it break down dirt - scrub rough spots- wipe off- vacuum again )
In less than an hour I was stunned how nice it came out. The guy who bought my truck even commented that the carpet looked brand new on a 15 year old truck.
ill probably go with this idea!

Im not going to buy all new carpet yet.
 
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