OdoBan® 3-in-1 Carpet Cleaner is three products in one: a traffic lane pretreatment, extraction cleaner, and spot remover. Our patented technology reduces wear and tear to carpets by suspending dirt and soils. Safely cleans carpets without the use of foamy, harmful, or sticky chemicals. Makes up to 64 gallons.
Protected by U.S. Patent No. 8,375,494
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Used in my personal rug cleaner machine, did a fabulous job. The carpet was brownish in sections where the dogs would lay( 2 large German shepherds). I didn’t think anything would remove the staining, but this cleaner did and what a difference. The dirty water container on the machine was proof that the cleaner was working. Love the products. I also use the general disinfectant to clean my saddle pads, again a great washing away of the grime and dirt. Love this product too, don’t change anything, please!
After renting a house that had carpet with a very heavy dog odor I used the 3 in 1 Carpet cleaner in one of those large rental carpet cleaning machines and it worked great. The landlord had already cleaned the carpets with another brand of cleaning solution which was a failure. She was shocked at how much better the rooms smelled after I used the OdoBan. The smell was so bad that I had to sleep in the living room until I cleaned the carpets. She said that she’d be buying OdoBan to use in her personal house. I’ve used OdoBan for over 20 years but this was the first time I’ve used the carpet cleaner for machines and it was amazing. It worked without needing a perfumy cover up scent. I hate carpet but if you are stuck with carpet then use this stuff. You won’t be sorry!!!
I use the deodorizer but would like to know if the carpet cleaner requires rinsing as I use the bonnet system
It seems to be working great! Does anyone else use it second to make sure the smell is gone?
Most, if not all, consumer level carpet cleaners are NOT steam cleaners. They are extraction cleaners that use very warm water and sometimes hot air. Rarely, they have a heating element that keeps the water warm or hot, but does NOT produce large amounts of steam.
The term “steam cleaner” is often used but is misleading. It is slapped onto the box to give consumers the idea that their carpets are being sanitized with something better than just warm soap and water.
Off the top of my head I am unaware of any actual steam carpet cleaners that are available at a consumer level. So everyone thinking that you cannot use this in your Hoover/Bissell/etc that you bought at Home Depot/Amazon/WalMart, you should have no issues. Your machines are not steam machines. (If you have a Shark, it might be an exception..I haven’t used one.)
When mixed to directions doesn’t clean well. If used with less water it works ok, but not as well as others.
I had great luck with the 3 in 1 carpet cleaner. Couldn’t be happier, however.. After reading this review I looked at the jug of cleaner. It clearly states in a red circle with white lettering, SAFE for use in all Deep Cleaning Machines. I love your products and will have to think about buying again as I am disappointed that it isn’t stated on the label. I used my new Hoover Power Scrub Elite Pet STEAM machine.
Kelly, what you and a lot of people don’t know is that steam/heat will MAGNIFY urine odors. It’s best removed with cooler water. Not all carpet cleaners are steam cleaners. Mine isn’t. Mine is a regular carpet cleaner, no steam. A steam cleaner performs a different task.
If you in fact used the Odoban 3-in-1 carpet cleaner solution, the directions on the jug says to add 2 oz. per gallon of water when using it in a carpet extractor machine. The 8 oz. per gallon of water instructions is meant to be used as a pretreatment in a spray bottle(after mixing the 8 oz in a gallon of water then putting some of that mixture in a spray bottle). Then spraying some of it over high traffic areas on the rug—not entire bottle of it but just enough as if you were using it as you would a stain remover on a spot such as spilled coffee, for example. I think you just misunderstood the directions when using solution in a carpet cleaning machine/extractor vs. the directions when mixing and using it for pretreatment. Hope this helps.