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Pet Stains & Fur Oil Remover - Use Bucket/Machine

Item ID#:3785765Location:
Sykesville, Maryland
Seller ID#:85671  Views:
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Price:$45Expires:38 days

NOTE TO PEOPLE FINDING THIS ON GOOGLE::::: The ad you're viewing doesn't have a PayPal button through which you can purchase. Either look for another Dri-Clene Ad on Free-Ads or write to me and I will help you purchase through PayPal.

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Dri-Clene is amazing! I bought it over 50 years ago and during my 30's, I travelled up and down the East Coast doing malls and conventions with this product.

FREE PRIORITY SHIPPING!!!! Order is for 2 pounds.

You won't believe the stains it removes - the way it can turn your car interior into "bright & beautiful"....and you don't need a shampooer. Simply measure the powder and water and use the bubbles to clean carpet, upholstery, stuffed animals and any fabric that can accept moisture

If you have a shampooer, measure it and use the machine. When things are dry, simply vacuum them and the dirt residue releases.

I also adverise on eBay and FreeAds.Com.


SO.....WE'RE MIXING THIS WITH WATER???

Yes, DRI-CLENE has easy-to-understand instructions...use COOL water if necessary. Mix 1 Gallon of Water to 12 Tablespoons of Dri-Clene. Instructions are on the can and also in a flyer I send to you.

MACHINE METHOD
Once mixed, pour it into a carpet shampooer. Some models have brushes - similar to an Electrolux, and some are called "Steamers" or "Steamer Shampooers" (without brushes - similar to a Bissell). I truly believe that the rental machines (in the grocery and hardware stores) do a beautiful job, are in excellent condition and very affordable....so you save in not having to pay so much money to own one. The rental model with brushes is my choice (the Rug Doctor). NOTE: All rented carpet shampooers include an upholstery shampoo attachment. Works great!!

BUCKET & BRUSH METHOD
Put the mixture in a bucket and use a hand brush: however, if you prefer standing up, purchase a long-handled brush from your hardware store -- makes it much easier! It's great exercise -- and you can take a break, or take as long as you want--there's no "machine" to return!!! Add extra DRI-CLENE to stubborn stains....and they're gone!!


TO USE AS A VELVET & VELOR CLEANER.... Fluff up the water and use the bubbles off the top with a rag or washcloth. If you can't vacuum, wipe over area with clean wet rag. Always use a little extra cleaner on bad stains.

GREAT FOR FIBERGLASS BOATS AND MARINE UPHOLSTERY!
You've see Dri-Clene at your boat shows - wonderful on the fiberglass bodies as well as water stains on carpet - oil - grease - just any tough stains.

HOW DO I REMOVE PET STAINS? you just want to clean the stain (urine, feces, fur oil, saliva, etc.) and not a large area, just wet the area, sprinkle DRI-CLENE on the area and scrub with a brush. You can also use your spray bottle with a strong mixture in it ready for stains to happen!

If the stain is OLD, then work with it by repeating the process until it's noticeably lighter or entirely gone!

CAN I USE THIS IN THE LAUNDRY?
Yes, you can, but it is a little expensive to just throw in all the time. If you have a really tough greasy load of clothes, either soak them in a bucket prior to washing, or add 1/4 cup to a load -- might want to put it on a soak cycle also.

ANY USES FOR THE KITCHEN?
Oh, my, YES! Great for cleaning ovens...grease-covered walls, adding to a dish pan with old dull, tacky figurines, glasses, or cleaning chandeliers -- even brightens stones and jewelry -- anything that has a hard-to-remove residue on it will come clean with DRI-CLENE! For ovens, put 1TB of Dri-Clene on the bottom and, using a wet dobie pad or something with a texture, tap into the powder and scrub the surface 'til it's clean. Rinse multiple times - you might even turn the oven on for 15 min. before using it to cook food just to burn off any residue.


CAN I USE THIS ON MY CAR?
Doesn't take much (about 4 tbsp.) in a bucket of water to clean the outside of the car (hose down the car really good).
For the upholstery (any fabrics - even vinyl) mix it as per instructions for upholstery and use a brush or a rag with the foam on top of the water. After the fabric dries, vacuum at home or at a gas station.


DON'T THROW YOUR WATER AWAY THE WATER!!!
Use the leftover water to scrub your tires and whitewalls!! And then if you have any water left try to find something else to use it for.

IS THIS STUFF REALLLLLY AS GOOD AS YOU SAY IT IS?
I promise you -- if you will follow my directions and work a little harder on those old problem stains, you will order this over and over again....


2 POUNDS WILL CLEAN 12 CARPETS....With Lots Left Over!!!

VACUUM CLEANERS WILL REMOVE DIRT WHEN DRY!!




$45.00 - for 2 Pounds - Includes FREE PRIORITY SHIPPING to all States in the USA.

Methods of Payment: Checks, Money Orders - PayPal (I invoice you)



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