Cavalier Bremworth strikes while the stain's wet

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  • May 16, 2012
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Cavalier Bremworth strikes while the stain's wet

The stain jokes have been flowing freely after an onanistic carpet cleaner got busted busting one out on Target this week. And Cavalier Bremworth, with the help of its agency Federation, hasn't let the opportunity to promote its carpet stain remover pass it by. 

"We posted this on our Facebook page last night and it’s received an extremely positive response," says Cavalier Bremworth's marketing manager Desiree Keown. "Estimated more than 30,000 views already."

The text: "Wet stain on the carpet? Don't get your knickers in a twist. Our stain removed instantly treats wet stains on all carpets and rugs. It's the carpet cleaner you can really trust."

Or, as Federation's Murray Reid posted: "The Tug Doctor."

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