To use a blanket statement that it's ok to clean on location, I honestly believe is bad advice when you don't know the skill level of the cleaner and what they have to work with.
Trying to find the gas leak using a lighter type thing, your'e going to find the leak just a what cost.
In all the IICRC approved schools i have been too, I don't ever honestly recall any instructor saying to clean on location is a good idea, I'm sure people do it all the time, But I wouldn't advise someone else on it.
I love how the term quick dry is used on wool carpet, Wool holds like 18 to 20 % of its own weight in water, Nylon is around 3% or their about too lazy to go look it up, Wool is not going to dry nearly as fast. If its drying quick you didn't clean it either.
You could take the rug out to the driveway to dry it I guess, As long as its not one of the white chinese rugs that are popular out there that will sun burn and cause damage, everyone should know that as well, But if your only source is an air mover and an air conditioner and you really flushed it out, Its going to be a while.
John I'm sure does very well with on location cleaning, I just think its a bad deal turning people loose on it, The two I deliver today cost 800 each, When cleaners start writing checks to replace them, They might get that wake up call
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