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    Quote Originally Posted by captadhos View Post
    I have used a pressure washer, just stay back and keep it fairly low as not to tear the carpet. I does revive it with some good carpet cleaner.
    chemicals will not damage the look of the carpet? I know carpet cleaning companies use non-chemical products, but what exactly?
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    The best fix that I have found is to rip it out carefully, remove the glue and crap below, then install sea dek. Done one time and fixed for years of use ahead.

    Joe

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