There are many products on the market that offer a quick and cheap way to remove carpet stains.
But for the average carpet cleaner, the price of a spray can be staggering.
According to a recent study, carpet cleaner is the most expensive product on the shelves, costing $9.99 for the spray and $10.49 for the box of 20, which is the equivalent of about two packs of shampoo.
The study by the University of California, Berkeley, found that the average price of carpet cleaner for home use was $12.50, but some products, like the “Spray and Play” brand, cost more.
According the study, the average household spends $11.10 per year on carpet cleaners, with the cost rising with age.
The price of the spray is often listed as “free” on the box, but it often costs more than that, said Mark Pardoe, a carpet cleaning expert.
The most expensive carpet cleaner sprays are made with an alcohol-based compound called kraftite.
This chemical has been around for over a century, but there are other chemicals that have been used to clean carpet.
These include polyacrylate, polypropylene, polyethylene, and polyvinyl chloride.
The cost of carpet cleaners is not an issue if you just want to get rid of stains on a clean floor, said Pardose.
The chemicals used to remove stains from carpet are not cheap, though.
A commercial carpet cleaner costs around $8.50 a bottle, according to the study.
But a commercial carpet scrub can cost up to $1,500, Pardos said.
And carpet cleaners are not without their own issues.
For example, kraftites do not dry out well.
When the chemicals get on carpet, it can cause it to become soiled.
A good rule of thumb is to let the carpet dry completely, which means no rubbing, scrubbing, or drying.
The cleaner can also stain clothes or furniture that are too old to be cleaned.
Pardoes also found that people who use carpet cleaners on a regular basis may be more prone to skin irritation.
According a study published in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, people who cleaned their carpets daily for up to six months tended to have less allergic reactions to the chemicals used.
The researchers concluded that the more frequent use of carpet cleaning products, particularly by people who work in a commercial setting, could increase their risk of developing allergic reactions.
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