How do you know a carpet cleaner will agree with your carpet or not?
I always wondered about this because ever single bottle of carpet cleaner I’ve purchased says to test the product to make sure it agrees with the carpet you are using it on. How do you know the product "does not" agree with your carpet? Will there be some light fading right off the bat? You would think it would take some time before the product actually makes any significant changes to your carpet. By that time it would probably be too late.
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