Another prespray question..

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one prespray to rule them all? but but..

MB enzyme soil lifter (and its woolsafe though wasn't a requirement)

cleaned trashed sd nylon today with it with zero heat and zero agitation(lpg bottle empty) even though enzymes need heat to be at there best it pulled everything but 2 orange stains which I'd normally nuke juice out or play with seperately anyway
 
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First job this morning notes

renting minimum service call
2 year old squirted dish soap on carpet

Prepping van for the battle. I can usually carry a tub of defoamer for about five years...

Not sure about today....

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SS clear is all I have been using. use more when needed, boost when needed. Why bother trying anything else? there is seriously way too many prespray out there, it's annoying...
 

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Question for everyone..


If your one prespray was either too strong or too weak to correctly clean would you reject the job or give the ol' " I did the best I could" asshole out?
 
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I guess I would go get nearest carpet store, that would be Magic Wand store and get the ph 13 stuff...
 

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Question for everyone..


If your one prespray was either too strong or too weak to correctly clean would you reject the job or give the ol' " I did the best I could" asshole out?
You’ve just stated the main reason not to carry just one type of prespray
 
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If your one prespray was either too strong or too weak to correctly clean would you reject the job

if you mean specialty rugs and fabrics.....hell yea I'd decline
declined to clean plenty upl over the years and a few rugs

in the everyday world 95.77748% BD's see , it's flat out stupid to have a "weak" prespray .
here's a thought...maybe we'd just mix the "good stuff" less strong????



this just ain't rocket science......


..L.T.A.
 

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Code Red is our more powerful but the SS1 Blue and Free and Clear can clean well too....

If I need a boost we just use our Harvard GForce liquid soy booster.

I haven't carried anything stronger for number of years and I can see some trashed places!

If I have a warranty situation we will use Harvard Grime Release Pro but it's really been a long time since I have seen a carpet under warranty (even meeting warranty requirements). I really like to not use Butyl though these days.

Most people don't get their carpet cleaned often enough or soon enough to keep warranty.

And some of today's new poly doesn't respond to anything but some ph even though they would like under 10 ph.

When i run into something just nice and clean can even use our new Deep Blue All Purpose - All Fiber Rinse as a prespray and rinse also.
 
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I really like the code red just the red color makes me nervous. Great in restaurants and trashed apartment hallways.

It leaves a little film on the container too that bugs me.
 

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