Originally Posted by Tin Lizzy
By Hot Water Extraction do you mean as in a 'hand wand' type that shoots in a bit of liquid and sucks it out? Or is there a product I can by in the store, spray apply, then suck out the moisture using a vaccuum, etc.? Not quite sure what type of product to use, and what tools to utilize for application/process....THanks again..
Yes, the hand wand or "upholstery tool" is what I would suggest with controlled pressure @ 100 psi or less shooting the hot water solution into the fabric and vacuuming to recover as much as possible at the same time.
There are many quality products available such as Bridgepoint/Interlink or Prochem or you may be able to find a good product at a large home improvement store along with a good HWE machine to rent. There are so many products on the market it is hard to recommend one not knowing the availability in your area.
Also you can also use a Shampoo product that could do a good job and is often recommended for natural fabric. This is a product that you could mix into a foam and apply with a sponge then towel dry quickly and if needed use a fan to help dry.