Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 32
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by LLester WONDERFUL at removing old pet stains!!
I had A LOT of old (3-4yrs) pet stains from when our dogs were puppies. I've tried every product I could find at the grocery store and pet store (Nature Made, Resolve, OxyClean, etc) as well as ordering a product off the web (Eco88) and recommended DIY solutions. The Eco88 faded many of the spots but only by about 50%. I tried this product and was shocked!! While many stains were not 100% removed, they were at least 95% gone! Now, instead of my carpet looking like it has 100 stains on it, it just looks a little dirty in areas. (I'd rather visitors see "dirty" looking areas than areas that are obvious pet stains!!).
December 17, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by mimi removed a 10 year old pet stain
I use it in my shop to spot clean my carpet and it works great. But the most amazing thing is that it removed a 10 year old cat vomit stain from an upholstered bench..,,...took several tries but it worked! Have also used it successfully on clothing stains, and to remove water marks from upholstered furniture. After reading earlier reviews I'm going to put in a carpet steamer and clean my whole rug with it.
August 18, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by toworktowork The Best Product for Carpet Cleaning
I tried Folex many years ago to remove some dried paint on a carpet. It worked beautifully. I am in a different home now and pre-treated the whole carpet and especially the heavily stained walkways with it. I used my Hoover steam cleaner and it came out completely clean. I have had 2 professional cleaners that didn't remove any of it. Folex left the carpet feeling very soft and there has been no wick back. Very impressive product.
July 26, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Dissatisfied absolutely overrated product!!!
This is the most mysterious product I have ever used. It does NOT get out half the stains it boasts. It DOES NOT remove rust stains or ink stains and the MSDS SHEET reveals little or nothing!
September 14, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Joasorus Dried blood stains
My dog had bled in several areas of the carpet in our house. I had tried resolve stain remover which is pretty good stuff, but it did not remove the blood stains. I was at the Home Depot and saw the Folex product & because it was the only carpet stain remover that did not specify say that for best results the stain should be fresh. I tried it on the now 2 day old blood stains and to my amazement all the blood came right out.
I tried it on my tile grout and the dirt came off easy. I will be trying it out on other applications in the future.
WAY TO GO FOLEX!!!
October 30, 2010
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nancy Greatest carpet cleaner ever invented!!! This product is exceptional!!
This product works on pet stains, wine stains, grease, dirt, any unexpected stain. As long as I have folex on hand, I worry about nothing. It even works well as a prewash stain remover. Exceptional value!!!!!!
August 18, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Likesitclean Best Rug Cleaner On The Planet
I swear by Folex, for cleaning my carpet--especially for "spot cleaning!"
There is no other cleaner available that comes even close to this one! All you do is follow the simple directions----spray the spot, rub it with your finger, wipe it with a clean damp towel, and the spot disappears, and does NOT leave a discolored stain like Resolve does. I even pour some into my carpet steamer to help clean the carpets even more! All my relatives and I, use it all the time and we won't use anything else! You will love it!
October 15, 2009
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by MrFixIt This product is amazing, will clean anything!
I bought this spot remover because I have used it in the past from another source. I looked all over online and this deal saves me nearly 50 cents a bottle. With free shipping that is a great deal. In the store from Wal-mart for a bottle of 28 oz, they run over $5.00 a bottle. Thanks Home Depot, we use this for carpet, upholstery, carpet in the vehicles...everything. We even used it on an iodine spill on our carpet and poof it was like it never happened.
November 8, 2011