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Old 04-06-2022, 02:02   #1
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Carpet cleaner question

I have a vax carpet cleaner that i have not used in about a year.

I went to use it today and the clean water tank has some mold in the tank.

I have tried soaking the tank in hot water which has gotten rid of a lot of it but there's still some in the tank, any ideas the best way to get rid of the rest?


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Old 04-06-2022, 09:49   #2
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Re: Carpet cleaner question

A brewer's clean and sterilise solution would do it, but a bleach rinse might do it.
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Re: Carpet cleaner question

I was thinking bleach but I don't want to damage the rubber seals on the thing.
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Re: Carpet cleaner question

Milton fluid from your local chemist will fully neutralise the mould but won’t leave bleach residues that might later damage the carpet. If there are persistent clumps of it in the tank then a long bottle brush might help you reach into the corners.
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