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Does it only work automatically? Is it possible to use ... to be able to clean a whole rug with it.

It's automatic in the sense that you put it on the spot, press a button, and it cleans the spot. ... spot. The joke about it is "now I've got a dirty rug with a bunch of clean spots on it."

Which is what we'd have here.
I was recently reading Consumer Reports and they recommend rather than buying a whole rug cleaner, renting the Rug Dr from the supermarket to clean entire rugs. I keep meaning to do this..

That's probably a better idea than buying one, but it's not as convenient.
Mustang Sally
Yeah, but cleaning out a shop vac is gross by comparison. And for those of us trying to avoid much direct interaction with dog hair (heh), the Dyson rules.

Allergies must suck.
A Dyson is at the top of my list after dog food and agility entries.

Matt. Rocky's a Dog.
Yabbut, does it come with a rake and/or slicker attachment?

Hey! Don't denigrate the slicker brush when it comes to carpet cleaning. With a 4" slicker I can have my house presentable quicker than a vacuum can be plugged in.

Matt. Rocky's a Dog.
Hey! Don't denigrate the slicker brush when it comes to carpet cleaning. With a 4" slicker I can have my house presentable quicker than a vacuum can be plugged in.

I knew someone who used a curry comb in the same manner.

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Ah. Is there such a thing as a non-robotic carpet cleaner?

We have one.
We call her Emilie.

Marcel and Moogli
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On 26 Jul 2006 16:38:20 GMT, Marcel Beaudoin
Ah. Is there such a thing as a non-robotic carpet cleaner?

We have one. We call her Emilie.

Not that* kind of carpet cleaner, Marcel. We have a couple of canine Hoovers. I meant a carpet *shampooer.
Mustang Sally
Hey! Don't denigrate the slicker brush when it comes to ... house presentable quicker than a vacuum can be plugged in.

I knew someone who used a curry comb in the same manner.

Sounds like me. I go back n forth between calling it a "curry comb" and "slicker brush". All I know is that it works better on my carpet than on my current dogs (though it was wonderful on Good Ol' Murphy's coat).

Matt. Rocky's a Dog.
Sounds like me. I go back n forth between calling it a "curry comb" and "slicker brush". All I know is that it works better on my carpet than on my current dogs (though it was wonderful on Good Ol' Murphy's coat).

Shedding blade! For the life of me, I couldn't think of what it was called. It's basically a curry comb, though. And, it apparently works well on short-pile carpets.

Shelly (Warning: see label for details)
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http://esther.cat-sidh.net (Letters to Esther)
I go back n forth between calling it a "curry ... dogs (though it was wonderful on Good Ol' Murphy's coat).

Shedding blade! For the life of me, I couldn't think of what it was called. It's basically a curry comb, though. And, it apparently works well on short-pile carpets.

A shedding blade was the other coat grooming tool Murphy would tolerate. I've not tried it on the carpet. Yet.

Matt. Rocky's a Dog.
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