Mpower on rugs

Tony Woods

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I've started to clean alot of rugs recently and started experimenting more and more with Mpower. These last couple of weeks I been putting down twice the amount I did previously and the temperature of Mpower solution is almost boiling hot. I'm starting to see a big difference in the way this product works. Smiling.
 
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Nick Robertson-Vousden

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No need for supper hot or
Boiling just mix at 40-50 degrees and leave for 5 or 10 minutes to allow the colloidal solution to start to work. Then apply and clean as directed.
 
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Ken Wainwright

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The technician will make the judgement, James, based on the type of rug, the dyes, the yarn, the level and nature of the soiling etc. etc.

Your suggestion is a valid one for cleaning some types of rug and for many mass produced woven and tufted rugs such as those from B&Q, Dunelm etc. etc. may be a valid option. (I prefer to differentiate these from rugs and call them mats).

Safe and happy cleaning:smile:
Ken
 
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Robert Aigin

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Tony, be very wary of using hot water on a handmade rug. You can/will cause the colours to run.
 
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