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Old 22-03-2018, 05:58 PM   #11
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This DIY jollop worked extremely well at saving a manky and smelly carpet
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Old 22-03-2018, 06:31 PM   #12
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You need an enzyme, which will kill the bacteria and not just cover it up. Go to a janitorial supply store.
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Zaflora , cotton fresh , kills the bacteria and the smell , good for puke as well !
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Thanks for the responses guys. Used a bio detergent in the wash. Will see how it goes! If needed I'll get an enzyme based odour eliminator
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Once had to run an injured dog from the vets to the local animal shelter and he decided to relieve himself in the boot of the car....was a Freelander at the time. With all the meds he'd been pumped with, he made an almighty mess!
Anyway, I used AutoSmart Bio Brisk through the wet vac and was gone in minutes. The smell went and never returned
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Once had to run an injured dog from the vets to the local animal shelter and he decided to relieve himself in the boot of the car....was a Freelander at the time. With all the meds he'd been pumped with, he made an almighty mess!
Anyway, I used AutoSmart Bio Brisk through the wet vac and was gone in minutes. The smell went and never returned

Cheers. I'll bare that in mind. It didn't seem to be widely available but i think there was a couple of bottles on ebay.
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Cheers. I'll bare that in mind. It didn't seem to be widely available but i think there was a couple of bottles on ebay.
Have a look for your local rep. You'll be able to meet them and purchase from their van.

There's an Autosmart section on here - fire a post in there and ask for the details of your area rep.

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This DIY jollop worked extremely well at saving a manky and smelly carpet AMAZING Way To SUPER CLEAN The NASTIEST Carpet ! - YouTube
Just out of interest, have you ever tried this or similar? Did you experience issues with damp smells afterwards pretty full on with that water and not the best removal technique.
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".......He realised that at some stage he had trod in sh*t and amazingly managed to get some on the inside of his shoe......."

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The man is a special kind of idiot. I like him, he means well, but seriously dim sometimes.
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Just out of interest, have you ever tried this or similar? Did you experience issues with damp smells afterwards pretty full on with that water and not the best removal technique.
Well I was lucky in that I had a) binned the under felt in the rear cargo area, b)
the rear carpet has a plastic backing and c) I removed it from the car.

I used a power washer to thoroughly rinse the mat. Hung it over the fence and it was dry in a few hours (Cyprus remember) the inside of the car I did similar i did use the power washer too (what a mess!!) and that took about three days WITH UNDER FELT to dry and now the car is sweet smelling without the aid for car fresheners.

I do admit if you tried that in the UK it would take a year to dry out but drastic measures were needed. Otherwise, I would have needed to replace all the carpets.
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