Encap Juice preference

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By Danbo on May 11, 2017 at 7:07 PM
  1. Danbo
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    Haven't seen it asked for a while, just wanted to see everyone's input on what your overall favorite Encap Juice is?

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Discussion in 'the CleAn Room' started by Danbo, May 11, 2017.

    1. Lee Stockwell
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      Of course they don't. But the company who made theirs still does.
    2. encapman
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      Lee, the company who used to make Steamway's products was Daley International. That's company is now Ecolab. And to my knowledge, Ecolab doesn't do any private labeling.
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      Figured that too. Everyone has their juice made by a major company and they private label it. Except that backwoods idiot whose stuff smells like FUNK and makes his in his garage.

      That encapuclean does smell nice and I used a bunch of it but it always stuck to the dish in a concentration.

      That is the reason I'm using Betco's Fibercap MP.

      Get many more compliments on the scent than I ever have with anything else.

      Ricky who cares?
    4. encapman
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      Who cares? Apparently you. Since you brought it up. ;)
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      Yep. Clean 97.
      Non organic, non biodegradable and had it been a Cobb product- never to dissipate :winky:
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      99.9999 percent good ole American organic solvent. :winky:
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    7. Lee Stockwell
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      Daley consolidated several mfgs, which were subsequently sold to Swisher and then to Ecolab.

      Not all their products are sold under the Ecolab label.
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      We like the stuff from Bonnet Pro. Surround. And the revive it spotter.
    9. MR CLEAN
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      Actually the newest product from Bonnet Pro that we love it's called rocket. It's an enzyme-based citrus encapsulate .
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      Is it just me or has anyone noticed the labeling on the awesome encap gallon jugs, it the same as on Vacaway gallon jugs,
      makes me wonder if Vacaway makes this product for the encap store which by the way also sells Vacaway products.
      This would not be a bad thing as Vacaway is top shelf stuff as is bonnet pro and releasit.
      I as going to order a gallon of the awesome encap to try as i always like to try new stuff but their
      shipping cost is way to high for me, i cannot bring myself to pay more for the shipping of one gallon then the gallon itself costs, i had an order put together for three gallons of encap juice, one of which was the awesome encap and 3 micro fiber pads and shipping was like $70, sorry, me no can do
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      Rocket is citrus and peroxide not enzyme. Omegazyme is the enzyme encap.
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      Why in the world would you want enzyme or citrus in an encap?
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      My bad. Megazime is wonderful as well and enzyme-based rocket is citrus peroxide. You are correct .
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      Great post. Whats the difference? How canI tell?
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      Because it's a FILM former is why he can do it.
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      You guys shouldn't t be buying encap for more then $8 a gallon :headscratch::hopeless::redface:
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      I agree it has always been about marketing BS.
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      I would like to see more of the hard science about encapsulating surfactants. More and better use of encapsulation would surely result as literacy about the technology increases.

      If encapsulation of cleaning chemicals is efficacious it should really be easy - and helpful - to show it and its' mechanisms clearly to technicians using it.
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      Below is a graphic that may help you visualize it.
      1. A "crystallizing" encap shampoo is introduced to the carpet fiber.
      2. The solution emulsifies the soil.
      3. The soil is now contained in the liquid.
      4. The solution dries.
      5. The dried polymer breaks away from the fiber because it's brittle (and it's attached to flexible fiber).
      6. The normal routine of post-vacuuming works to extract the encapsulated soil from the carpet.
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      Like magic.

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