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Nick Winn
Oct 26th, 2018, 06:43 AM
Meguiar's Carpet & Upholstery Cleaner

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Whether you are looking to clean one stain or freshen the entire interior, Meguiar's Carpet & Upholstery Cleaner is perfect for the job. Active foam quickly penetrates & dissolves stains from the bottom up for deep down cleaning. This effective blend of cleaners and surface active agents removes the toughest stains and helps to restore a like-new appearance on carpet & upholstery. *Meguiar's Re-Fresher Technology permanently removes existing bad odors through chemical bonding at a molecular level.



Fast acting foam quickly breaks down stains
Odor Eliminating Re-fresher Technology permanently* removes odor while leaving behind a re-freshing New Car Scent
Dries quickly without leaving behind a sticky residue



Meguiar's Carpet & Upholstery Cleaner
Part Number: G191419
MSRP: $5.99 US
Size: 19 oz

LT10retired
Sep 1st, 2019, 07:58 PM
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Old Bear
Sep 2nd, 2019, 11:45 AM
LT10retired
The filename is on a personal computer.

You can use this procedure to move it to your Gallery on the Meguiar's Online Forums server.
The procedure will tell how to add it to a post.
https://meguiarsonline.com/forums/showthread.php?24941-How-to-upload-and-insert-an-image-into-your-posts&highlight=images

LT10retired
Sep 2nd, 2019, 05:28 PM
Thanks, I am following the link to see if it works.

LT10retired
Sep 2nd, 2019, 05:31 PM
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LT10retired
Sep 2nd, 2019, 05:34 PM
I really like this product, I used it this afternoon to remove a rust stain and work flawlessly.

NorthantsPete
Sep 4th, 2019, 01:55 AM
my Detail APC never runs out so its a no from me :D

Nick Winn
Sep 4th, 2019, 07:50 AM
I really like this product, I used it this afternoon to remove a rust stain and work flawlessly.

Happy to hear! Thanks for sharing!

Cranston37
Jan 6th, 2020, 08:53 AM
I’m wondering if anyone else has a problem with this can spraying in a very narrow, strong spray, instead of a more dispersed spray that helps it spray on evenly? I’m on about my 5th can of this and each one acts the same way...

topblissgt
Jan 6th, 2020, 03:28 PM
Gonna get a couple cans to see how it works. Now use a similar can and brush setup with Oxi clean total care carpet & upholstery cleaner and it works great.

Cranston37
Jan 6th, 2020, 04:14 PM
Some reviews on Amazon that mirror what I keep experiencing:

"Not sure if the can I got is defective. I shook it well as the instructions say, and went to "spray it evenly" onto the section of my car seats that I wanted to clean. The spray comes out in a single, powerful stream, and it splattered literally every surface of the inside of my car!"

"This can design is a severe downgrade versus the previous spray bottle head. The stream is overpowered and fires an intense blast of foam that will ALWAYS overspray. Not occasionally, always. This makes even treatment impossible and will required extended drying time to even out."

Nick Winn
Jan 8th, 2020, 09:53 AM
I’m wondering if anyone else has a problem with this can spraying in a very narrow, strong spray, instead of a more dispersed spray that helps it spray on evenly? I’m on about my 5th can of this and each one acts the same way...


Some reviews on Amazon that mirror what I keep experiencing:

"Not sure if the can I got is defective. I shook it well as the instructions say, and went to "spray it evenly" onto the section of my car seats that I wanted to clean. The spray comes out in a single, powerful stream, and it splattered literally every surface of the inside of my car!"

"This can design is a severe downgrade versus the previous spray bottle head. The stream is overpowered and fires an intense blast of foam that will ALWAYS overspray. Not occasionally, always. This makes even treatment impossible and will required extended drying time to even out."

Hi Cranston37,

Sorry to hear about the trouble. The sprayer on this product has a unique design, any pull up from 0% - 50% depressed will result in a stream for spot repair as you have mentioned, and from 50% - 100% pull will result in a fan/mist for more general cleaning.

Do you feel you have pulled the trigger more than 50% to get to the fan/mist function of the sprayer?

Again, sorry to hear about trouble.

If you have not already, please get in contact with our Solutions Hub at 800-347-5700 or customercare@meguiars.com, especially if you feel these cans are not functioning correctly. We want to know about this & want to make it right.

Thanks,

Cranston37
Jan 8th, 2020, 10:13 AM
Hi Cranston37,

Sorry to hear about the trouble. The sprayer on this product has a unique design, any pull up from 0% - 50% depressed will result in a stream for spot repair as you have mentioned, and from 50% - 100% pull will result in a fan/mist for more general cleaning.

Do you feel you have pulled the trigger more than 50% to get to the fan/mist function of the sprayer?

Again, sorry to hear about trouble.

If you have not already, please get in contact with our Solutions Hub at 800-347-5700 (tel:800-347-5700) or customercare@meguiars.com, especially if you feel these cans are not functioning correctly. We want to know about this & want to make it right.

Thanks,

Thanks for replying, Nick. I'd love to help you look into this.

Re: pulling the trigger - this cleaner (with the fresh scent) has a push down button on top, which is different from the old Carpet cleaner which has a pull trigger). Depressing the button any amount results in the same thing - a very thin, strong spray.

I'm sitting on 5 cans that all act the same way. I'm happy to do whatever would be helpful - sending you one of my cans, a video, whatever...

Cranston37
Jan 8th, 2020, 10:37 AM
Nick - for further example, if you look at the product video for it at the 0:10sec and 0:22sec marks, you will see the can spraying in a very dispersed manner, for general coverage. None of my cans spray like this...

https://youtu.be/rTnqTNOE-24

Nick Winn
Jan 8th, 2020, 10:57 AM
Thanks for replying, Nick. I'd love to help you look into this.

Re: pulling the trigger - this cleaner (with the fresh scent) has a push down button on top, which is different from the old Carpet cleaner which has a pull trigger). Depressing the button any amount results in the same thing - a very thin, strong spray.

I'm sitting on 5 cans that all act the same way. I'm happy to do whatever would be helpful - sending you one of my cans, a video, whatever...


Nick - for further example, if you look at the product video for it at the 0:10sec and 0:22sec marks, you will see the can spraying in a very dispersed manner, for general coverage. None of my cans spray like this...

https://youtu.be/rTnqTNOE-24

My apologies I am thinking of the old can. I would recommend contacting our Solutions Hub at 800-347-5700 or customercare@meguiars.com. I will let them know you will be contacting them.

Cranston37
Jan 8th, 2020, 11:12 AM
My apologies I am thinking of the old can. I would recommend contacting our Solutions Hub at 800-347-5700 (tel:800-347-5700) or customercare@meguiars.com. I will let them know you will be contacting them.

Done - thanks, Nick

topblissgt
Jan 8th, 2020, 06:25 PM
Ill be trying out my can I just purchased and will report back what mine does