Rug Doctor Review

Recently I was asked to review a Rug Doctor rental. You can hire a rug doctor machine from many places, supermarkets such as Morrisons or from home stores like B&Q and Homebase. We hired the machine from our local B&Q store. You can check where your local hire store is here. A rental costs around Β£25 and is usually for 24 hours although you can hire them for longer if needed. You also get attachments with your Rug Doctor machine so you can clean your upholstery too if needed.

The review couldn’t have come at a better time either. We are still in the middle of house training Penny and potty training James. Both are doing extremely well but when they first started they had a fair few accidents between them. Although any accidents were cleaned up straightaway and no marks were left I still had the feeling that my hallway carpet wasn’t as clean as it should be. There was already some marks on the carpet where mud had been walked in and where a drink had been spilt and stained the carpet badly.

The rug doctor is extremely easy to use and takes very little time to set up. you are given full instructions with the machine but you can also access them from the Rug Doctor website should you need further help. We cleaned our hallway, landing and three bedrooms and it took us about an hour and a half maybe even less. When you hire out the Rug Doctor you also get some Rug Doctor cleaning solution, you cant use anything but this solution in the machine.

I have to admit that I love the Rug Doctor home carpet shampooer and if I had the room for one I would own one. They are the best carpet cleaners in the world. They work really well and for the price of a rental they really are worth hiring, they make your carpets look 1000% better than they did. We thought our carpets were beyond cleaning as one of the stains was really bad and really noticeable.

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