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Can you recomend a good carpet cleaner please.

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Donbean Fri 11-Mar-05 15:40:23

DH is on his way to currys now to buy one. Can any one recommend a really good one?
I need one with attachments for upholstery.
Or alternatively, can you recommend a web site that will compare and recommend the best buy?
Thanks x

lunavix Fri 11-Mar-05 15:41:26

The best are Dysons or Sebos.

I love my dyson, but I've been bought a new sebo (which is what the professionals use!)

It's for sale (brand new!) if you want it!

Nemo1977 Fri 11-Mar-05 15:42:45

mm we bought the vax one which is black and was about £170 i think but it is brilliant. I use it at least once a month for carpets etc as we have a toddler and a dog. IT can be used as a dry vacuum aswell but we have a dyson for that.
Has all attachments to do floors/wood floors/ curtians and couches

Nemo1977 Fri 11-Mar-05 15:49:13

sorry i was thinking cleaner..lol
yes we have dyson animal which is great

lunavix Fri 11-Mar-05 15:52:02

Home carpet cleaning machines don't work....

you need to just have them done professionally. They can sell you really good liquids to top it up if you make any marks.

Donbean Fri 11-Mar-05 15:52:10

Thanks, ive just text him to tell him your recomendations.
I have a toddler who has had a tummy bug for a week and has vomited many times over the carpet! (nice) its been down for 2 years now and is looking grubby so i want to give it really good "do" and try to get another 12 months out of it.

Donbean Fri 11-Mar-05 15:54:20

Yes luna, i was thinking that myself. I think that i will get the professionals in then keep on top of things with my home cleaner.

Evesmama Fri 11-Mar-05 16:02:05

just had my living room and dining room done this morning..big rroms but special offer of £25! plus they didnt scotchguard it, so theyre coming back out to do it at no extra cost(normally £45 +£25)
company is Heavens Best, theyre a franchise and have a site =.com
they @dryclean@ them, so am stood on it now!

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