1. Always pre-test Shag on an inconspicuous spot first.
2. Spray liberally and allow 20-30 seconds for cloth/carpet penetration.
3. Agitate soiled areas with a scrub brush, scrub pad, or towel to release dirt.
4. Remove "lifted" dirt with a clean microfiber towel or wet vac.
NOTE: Stain and odor neutralizing abilities.
A: Yes and No. "Stains" is a broad word. Some stains yes....others no. Shag is a general fabric maintenance formula. Oil stains, for example, need a specific degreaser (Titan 12) to be released from the fabric. Juice and coffee stains may need a heavier specialized cleaner etc.... It's about diagnosing what the source of the stain is, then using the proper cleaner. Shag is a generalized cleaner for weekly maintenance.Q: Can I use Shag to clean Suede or Alcantara?
A: Yes.Q: Does Shag safely clean leather and/or vinyl?
A: Yes it is safe on these areas, but not designed for this type of cleaning. Use Lather instead.Q: Is Shag good for cleaning cloth seats & headliners?
A: Yes, absolutely.Q: Does Shag have a strong odor?
A: It does not, however it can be effective in removing car interior odors due to the peroxide present.
I am so pissed you didn’t make me buy this sooner. Take these famous words and use them. This shit works. Signed Ernie Yeager 3
This is my go-to for vehicle needs and carpeting inside the house. My carpet stain removal kit includes the extractor, Shag and various scrub brushes. I have been able to get 99% of all stains out with this combination. That includes white carpeting in our living room with pets and children. Great product!
These products are great for use in and on my car. My wife is constantly stealing my car care supplies for use around the house. Shag does a great job on the carpets or the sofa when there’s a spill. Her theory is why buy something when we already have it. Kinda hard to argue with that logic.