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Carpet Spot & Stain Remover

Sold by the case of 12 (qty), 18 oz cans.

Penetrate deep into carpet and upholstery fibers with Carpet Spot & Stain Remover, effectively removing dirt, grease, grime, tar, oil, shoe polish, blood, and gum. This water-based spot and stain remover won't leave residue behind, and it removes both oils and water-based spills. Apply to carpet or upholstery surface, gently agitate and allow dwell time before rinsing with microfiber cloth, sponge, or bonnet. Personal Protective Equipment is recommended.

This carpet cleaner has a characteristic perfumed odor.

Ideal for carpets, rugs, and upholstery. Use to remove pet stains, urine, cola, wine, coffee, shoe polish, grease, tar, paint, permanent marker, ink, lipstick, blood, and other stains.

Carpet Spot & Stain Remover is a non-foaming spray that removes almost any stain from carpet and upholstery. It has been premixed in exacting proportions during manufacturing, so you never have to measure or mix, or risk using a solution that's too strong to be safe or too weak to be effective. Aerosol products allow you to spray the exact amount you need, thereby minimizing waste.

Availability: 12/case (18oz cans)
Manufacturer: Chase Products Co.
Model#: CHA 5146
Shipping Weight: 14.5lbs


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