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How to trash a carpet... AND THEN CLEAN IT (Revised Video)

September 30 2010 at 1:54 AM

Rick Gelinas  

We're having fun at Connections in Vegas!

Yesterday I posted a video showing how we trashed a carpet so we could clean it at the Connections Conference trade show. Well here's a revised version of the video that includes the cleaning of that trashed carpet.

Before the show we went to a Wal-Mart parking lot and completely trashed a piece of carpet so we'd have something that was disgusting to clean at our booth at Connections. This video shows how we trashed the carpet so that we could clean it (you'll see the cleaning portion toward the end of the video).

We went pretty EXTREME on the soda and parking grunge during the destruction mode of this carpet. Yet the cleaning results still turned out pretty good - as you'll see in the last portion of the video.

Rick Gelinas
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