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I've about arrived at the conclusion that an unfaded, dirty carpet with a few holes is best to clean and patch. Cleaning is easy, I fill a 55 gallon drum with hot water and laundry soap and stir with a big stick then let them soak for a while and it's amazing how clean they come out. I've never been able to fine good used red carpets for my '88 CV and I installed some World Upholstery "cut and sewn" crap. What a waste of time and money. Fortunately I saved the original carpets so I'm gonna clean and patch them. I suspect that an upholstery shop could patch them like new.
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