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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 12-08-2009, 03:56 AM Thread Starter
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Auto Steam Cleaner

I am looking for a steam cleaner so I can steam clean the interior in the truck.
Does anyone have any Idea where to get one?


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Go Rent A Rug Doctor Carpet Cleaner With The Upholstery Attachment Does A Good Job
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never used a rug doc in my truck but i know they work awesome in the house.

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I didn't realize they came with a Upholstery attachment.

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YesI Purchased One Couple Years Back and Used It Summer 2008 Cleaning My 99 I sold Looked Great I Couldn't Beleive It
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Go Rent A Rug Doctor Carpet Cleaner With The Upholstery Attachment Does A Good Job
They work great! I don't know where you guys are located, but if you are near a Publix, I think they all rent them.

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Don't know what a Rug Doctor costs, but I do know Bissell makes some small steam cleaners that could be used in autos. Not overly expensive either. I plan on getting one sometime. Have plenty of trucks to keep clean.

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