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  1. Old Coastie
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    ...tell me exactly what is in the product you use? My regular cleaner used the Bane process and was very good but he died and we are looking for a new cleaner that won't leave allergy causing residues but we want hot water process and a careful rinse, do you do that because I've done a lot of research and it is the best so do you do steam cleaning or hot water oh what is the difference in those and do you recommend either one and why but really I am mostly concerned with what chemicals you would be using and how they work do you use enzymes or the Bane method or do your detergents cause allergic reactions or are they green?

    Even though my breakfast was cooling off, I gave her the exegesis in toto. All five verses to every hymn. Pleasant person, but overthinking too many variables. In the end, after all that, what actually mattered most was they saw a coupon for less per foot.

    Gotta laugh, fix another mugga joe and move on.
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    "That."

    Eejit.
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    Just looked it up..bane clean..what is that truck mount? Looks like it fills up the whole van...
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    It's actually Eeejot....
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    I'm with Marty.
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    There are more than a few lessons in the story:

    1. Selling a customer on the brand that you use could be dangerous, as another cleaner could simply buy the same stuff and make the same claims

    2. The customer must have read or been indoctrinated in some Bane viewpoints; they tend to be anti enzyme, or they were at one time.

    3. People's concerns about what is in our products annoy us, but they are real concerns.

    4. Despite all of the above, price is a strong motivator. Perhaps the late Bane product user spent a lot of time creating a certain level of fear to keep her as a customer.

    5. People with high anxiety who ask endless questions while also trying to beat down your price can be tiresome. Perhaps that was why the poor cleaner went to his reward.....it was the only way to escape her.
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    Always the critic

    At last count 24055 posts from your dumb ass


    You've actually used those to start maybe 50 threads?

    How about you use those threads to sew your mouf and eyes shut:twisted:
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    So sensitive!
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    Insensitive is more accurate
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    Jim nailed it. And in this thread, you others are required to write in long, rambling sentences.
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    Nope.

    I had a bane following too.
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    When I started, the guy who sold me my Galaxy also had a supply of Bane products. No complaints. Like the case of Rotovac cleaner that accompanied the Ranger, but not as heavily perfumed.
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    Bane chemicals were very good


    Too bad they didn't sell a machine that could extract the chemistry out of the carpet:biggrin:
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    Bane websit doesnt explain much....any comprehensive website explainin them and what is it that they do?
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    The only thing i keep finding that its another name for 2-butoxyethanol...is that their primary cleaning chems?
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    come up with better thread titles? I hate clicking on these threads, just because I don't know what the title of the thread is telling me. But back to your point, tell the idiot to quit reading Pinterest advice, and check your reviews or feedback from previous customers. And let her know that you deal with these chemicals 8hrs/day 52 weeks out of the year. If anyone was gonna have allergic reactions, it'd be you.
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