Spot Shot Carpet Stain Remover is a great product that made a lasting impression on me the first time I tried it. I will always return to Spot Shot for getting stains out of my carpet. First of all, I had to try this stain remover to see if it really did the trick. Just the name itself gave me something to hope for, in the way my carpet always seemed to end up with dirt and food stains. Doing a few minutes of spot cleaning saved me from those times when I would have paid to have my carpets cleaned. It never really involves much work. I'm never wasting any time when I decide to use Spot Shot Carpet Cleaner either. The heavy-duty aerosol can is perfect for blasting away soiled sections of carpet. I just spray the spot(s), wait a few minutes and then rub them all out with a warm damp cloth. It's surprising to me how much area I can cover doing this for a just a few minutes. Whenever vacuuming still leaves something to be desired, it's a really effective method that leaves wide swaths of rug looking new again. The scent is not bad either. The effect is as if I have saved a ton of money. Thanks Spot Shot!
I have used the Spot Shot Carpet Stain Remover for years and it seems to get better with time. You really do need to follow the directions because if you spray too close to the carpet stain, it will be too liquid and does not do as good a job. I often will leave it on the carpet stain for a few minutes longer than what it says to do and have a soft cloth that I use to blot and get it up with and find that works well. There is a bit of a toxic smell so don't get too close as you are spraying.
There is a new printable coupon for $3.00/1 Spot Shot Pet Stain Remover available for print ( or ). This has been reported to be priced at $2.99 at some Target stores, so you might find this FREE where you shop (as usual – this price could be regional and you may find a different price where you shop).
Sweet success! I never dreamed how well this would work! The first treatment of Spot Shot Carpet Stain Remover lifted that Kool-Aid out of the carpet and left me with only a slight shadow that was only detectable by MY eyes in very bright light, (or so I’m told.)