Preparation is the key. Really good pre-vac. Don't rush, just steady forward and backward strokes with an upright vac. The pull does more work than the push stroke.
Like Gary, I found DFC105 to be superb. Even on moderately soiled pubs and restaurants as long as I used my pile lifter. Typical application for me about 15 sq. yds per litre. You only want to wet the pile, not soak the backing. Agitate immediately after application, preferably with a CRB or rotary.
For a Jaguar, rinse at about 180 psi. Again use steady rather than swift/brisk wand action. A slower pass of the wand at a reduced psi means you are using just as much rinse water but the extra time permits the vac to recover more water. Most of the work will be done with a single pass of the wand so it should not add extra time to the job. Extra dry strokes. Groom.
DFC105, apart from being effective, is also Woolsafe Approved so will not damage the wool fibres. Use it in the rinse too and there's no need to acid rinse. Unlike most synthetics, Wool does not form a strong bond with oils so can frequently be cleaned more easily with a lower pH product. Elevated pH will damage wool on contact and under the right conditions will make the wool more difficult to clean. An acidic rinse will not repair any pH related fibre damage but it will prevent any ongoing damage from occurring.
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