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Folex Co. FSR32 Folex Instant Carpet Stain Remover - 32 Fl 0z.
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227 of 234 people found the following review helpful
on August 18, 2010
So I am super accident prone and have been addicted to Folex since it was recommended to me. This will get any stain out, at worst it will need a second dose.

Huge blood stain from a lacerated ear, half a bottle of red wine I spilled and forgot about for a week, various stains from a mentally retarded cat who utilizes every spewable bodily function to jeopardize my security deposit, my gross ex's many chewing tobacco spills, an entire bottle of black India ink, all the various alcoholic offerings my stupid drunk friends tend to leave for me in the night. All vanished completely. It even gets out really old stains that are years old.

Not only does this stuff rock, it's very non-toxic--and cheap too! And pink. Doesn't irritate the skin, doesn't smell at all, and if you get it in your eyes simply flush it out with water. Stains won't reappear afterward like with many products. It works on upholstery, clothing (thank god), and even wood and counters. It's great in carpet cleaning machines. It's biodegradable. It probably cures cancer.

When using it, you don't want to scrub it in roughly as that can damage the carpet or work the stain further into the material. Just gently massage with your fingers, and blot it up with a rag. Also it may not work on everything... if the offending stain dyes or bleaches a susceptible material, Folex won't work its magic as well so try and clean up stains while they are fresh.

I keep a spare gallon of this liquid miracle in my house at all times. I wish I could give it 20 stars--finally a product that actually works the way it's supposed to, is affordable and safe to use, and doesn't annoy me with a bunch of stupid advertisements.
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129 of 134 people found the following review helpful
on May 25, 2012
I had terrible rust and oil stains all over the seats of my car when I bought it. I tried other cleaners to get it out, but they actually made the stains darker. I took it to the dealership to see if they could get it out and they flat out told me no, so I gave up and lived with it for almost 5 years. I tried this after it was recommended by a friend. I sprayed it on and literally watched the stain run right off my seat. It was amazing! I thought I was going to have to pay hundreds of dollars to replace the seats in my car because nothing else would work. This stuff really is awesome! I posted pictures.
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231 of 246 people found the following review helpful
on June 24, 2007
I don't know why this stuff doesn't have a clear monopoly on the carpet cleaning market. I grew up with the white fizzy stuff, and my wife and I have had some stains (from detergent, of all things) that we could NOT get out for the life of us. We were at Target looking at cleaning solutions discussing which one to buy when the lady next to us recommended Folex. We got it hoping for it to work a little better. I tried it when we got home and was honestly amazed as the stains disappeared before my eyes. I figured it had to have some terrible chemical in it, but all the ingredients were natural and the product is safer than the other carpet cleaners. Seriously, get this stuff, you won;t ever get anything else.
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77 of 86 people found the following review helpful
on April 11, 2007
i found this completely by accident YEARS ago when trying to figure out how to get animal stains out of my carpet (joy) and NONE of the 'fancy' things were working... so went to the cheap shelf in the grocery and found this - WOW!! this stuff will get out ANYTHING!! fantastic product!
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92 of 104 people found the following review helpful
on April 3, 2013
As a professional auto detailer I can say that Folex is hands down the best spot remover available. In fact, just yesterday I made a $90 tip (with 20 minutes of work) removing an ENTIRE bottle of red wine that had been broken in the back seat of a very nice woman's Hundai. It was a lease, and she was both amazed and overjoyed. She's already referred 3 new clients, too.

The only thing I've never been able to completely remove with it was an incident where a man, unbeknownst to himself, had somehow managed to pierce one of those 1 gallon jugs of synthetic motor oil and left it on the floor board of his vehicle for a couple days before realizing what had happened. You don't have to be a chemist to know that's never completely coming out with anything other than a fire.

You do want to make sure to test for the color stability of whatever you're treating with the Folex, though, by spraying a dot of it in an inconspicuous area. As a general rule, however, any carpeting or upholstery that can be wet can be treated with Folex, with stellar results.

PRO TIP: While the 'blotting' method (with a towel) can and does work with Foloex, the very best thing you can do is use an extractor to completely remove the dissolved particles of the stain, after treating with the product. Most people obviously don't have an extractor, so a shop vac is the next thing and also works great.

AJ
Best Auto Detail of Southwest Florida
Best-Auto-Detail.com
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68 of 82 people found the following review helpful
on April 15, 2010
This product blows me away. Why it is so cheap, and so unknown, I just can't fathom. We moved a house with carpeted bedrooms 3 years ago, with a toddler, a dog and a puppy. Some stains accumulated that I just figured were here to stay. Then one day at Lowes about 6 months ago I threw this in the cart, almost as an after thought. A few days later I remembered about the purchase and tried it on an old milk stain. Gone. Tried an old dirt spot. Gone. Walked around the entire place looking for spots like a kid in a candy store. There was not one spot that this cleaner didn't eliminate effortlessly on my end.
I have relaxed on the stain phobia since I know my Folex is here for me! (Some twisted side of me almost look forward to more stains) Well, 4 nights ago my now 5 year old woke us up from a nose bleed, had walked from her to our bedroom dripping blood. I only got to the stains tonight (yeah life has been that busy) - gone, seriously, before my eyes.
I will never, ever, ever go without a bottle of that stuff in my house.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
on July 17, 2012
I tried this on my Toyota 2008 RAV4, with some stain on backseat from last winter. After cleaning 2 times, most stain are removed, although there is some light stain left, overall it looks good. My suggestion is to use multiple clean cloth and change frequently. As each cloth gets dirty very easily. After the cloth got dirty, cleaning result is not that good. Next time I will try it on carpet. If this product has a bigger package, like one gallon refill, that will be great.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
on May 8, 2012
This product did quite an impressive job. I have white carpets and my poor cat sometimes throws up on it. My fellow cat owners must understand what kind of horrible stain this leaves. I mean, this cat food is just impossible to clan. Anyways. I've tried all kinds of cleaning solutions on these stains - carpet cleaner rentals from the local ShopRite, all kinds of bleaches, Oxy Clean - nothing worked, it only made it worse! Folex pretty much completely removed the stains! Even though the spots are still slightly visible, I gave this cleaning solution 5 stars, because it obviously cleans (I'll add pictures), it DOESN'T SMELL at all, and it didn't ruin my carpet. I'm impressed. Now, the stain didn't disappear in front of my eyes, as was promised, in fact I had to clean the same spot 4 times. But after each time it was becoming less and less visible. Sometimes I think that we're being fooled by the Folex manufacturers, because I feel like there is a simple soapy water in that bottle. I even reviewed their report on this product - it's non-allergenic, if you get it in your eyes, you just have to wash it with water, heck, even if you accidentally swallow it, you just have to drink a glass of water to lessen it's concentration in your stomach. I mean, what is in it?!
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
on August 12, 2011
I woke up to an oops cat mess this morning. It took me 3 minutes to take care of it. I am no longer panicking over mud, poop, etc in our new house. Folex takes care of everything!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on October 1, 2013
My husband spilled black coffee on our carpet, I immediately blot up the coffee and tried to clean the stain with home-made detergent and white vinegar solution, but it didn't come off. Then I searched Amazon and found this magical Folex, convinced by the overwhelmingly good reviews, I bought one from local Home Depot right away, tried it on the stain twice, however the stain was not removed or faded, maybe because I've already used the home-made solution. After more research on internet, I got a bottle of hydrogen peroxide from Ride Aid for $1.88, and poured it on the stain, once the carpet dried out, the stain is miraculously gone! I couldn't believe my eyes!
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