Discussion in 'the CleAn Room' started by realclean, Jun 29, 2018.
Jute pad? Same fix, acid and low moisture rinse.
Not sure bout the bored part, I’m on Mikeysboard with Yous!!
I love cleaning Berber...
Berber, Berber, Berber....
A very light acid rinse and fan dried. All is good now.
In 15 years, i've never seen or had any problems with Berber carpet.
But thanks for the help!
Powermax is 10.5 with lots of oxy!
Also dirty olefin Berber with the wrong wand, water and soil will sink!
Olefin has a love of oil, and water goes right through it!
Low surface tension.
That why we try not to over wet it, also a wand that seals and doesn’t chatter is great
The Prochem quad is great here!
If a guys trying to be a hero and goes over and over it no fans and not enough dry strokes it will wick.
Wool holds a 100 times it wieght in water and usually clean pretty easy, but if you leave the ph to high and over wet it you get the same problem as the olefin.
Both are easy fixes light mist and vac with one step or all fiber textile rinse type product.
I love using fans on these and leaving them dry to the touch!
My problem over the years was a wand drips and leave one small water mark!
Mist with peroxide and hit with a terry towel!
Ps @Mikey P my cousin in Florida mikeysfest’s was so proud of his companies tagline!
We specialize in light colored carpets and Berber
In the mix when it comes to berbers ( I think) , and I have never seen brought up.
The yarns. Not a solid thick piece, but strands twisted together. Soil getting worked deep into the yarns themselves???
Don’t sweat it
You did a lousy job wanding and getting it dry and dirt wicked
This time take your time and speed dry
We’ve all been there