Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Carpet CPR Review

I was recently sent a bottle of Carpet CPR to review. I tested it out on the carpet that gets the most traffic. And that is the TV room carpet. Let's just say the kids make a mess of this rug.

Information on Carpet CPR:

Instructions:

Spray soiled area with Carpet CPR Spot & Stain Remover. Allow to penetrate for 3 to 5 minutes. Blot or rub gently with a clean colorfast cloth.

Features and Benefits:


  • Eliminates stains and odors in one step
  • Deep Cleans to remove both new and old stains
  • Repels dirt and prevents re-soiling
  • Awarded the Carpet & Rug Institute Seal of Approval
  • Awarded the Queen of Clean Seal of Approval
  • 100% satisfaction money back guarantee

My take on Carpet CPR:

Friday afternoon I began using Carpet CPR. I sprayed a spot that was on the rug. I let it sit as instructed for about 5 minutes. I then used a cloth to start scrubbing the spot. It really did take up the spot. And let me say also that the spot was not a recent one. The stains on my TV room rug have been there for awhile.

I noticed while I was spraying Carpet CPR on the stain that it seemed to "lift up" the stain right away. I was happy with the results on the one stain, I then proceeded to use it on other stains on the rug. By the end of the weekend I had pretty much removed all the stains on the rug, and am pleased with the results.

Also everyone in the family noticed the smell of the Carpet CPR, and actually liked the smell. It was a "clean" smell.

Suggested Retail Price:

The suggested retail price for Carpet CPR Spot & Stain Remover is $8.95 for a 24-ounce bottle.

Availability:

You can purchase Carpet CPR Spot & Stain Remover at Bed Bath & Beyond or online at http://www.leathercpr.com

Receive free sample:

Visit http://www.leathercpr.com/specialoffer/ to receive a free sample of CPR Cleaning Products. Hurry quantities are limited.

Disclaimer: I received a free sample of Carpet CPR Spot & Stain Remover for the sole purpose of reviewing the product. Receiving a free sample in no way effected my review. I received no monetary compensation for this post.