Got some Prochem Liquid Slurry with new TM

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hate to be a Marty, but aren't there dilution recommendations on the label??

Prochem products are top tier. (best overall line in the biz)
depending on how you clean (ie, use sufficient amounts of quality pre-spray and/or pre-scrub scrub) or blow 'n go thru the wand type.
You may need full strength suggested label dilution rate or no more than 1/3 of suggested

..L.T.A.
 
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hate to be a Marty, but aren't there dilution recommendations on the label??

Prochem products are top tier. (best overall line in the biz)
depending on how you clean (ie, use sufficient amounts of quality pre-spray and/or pre-scrub scrub) or blow 'n go thru the wand type.
You may need full strength suggested label dilution rate or no more than 1/3 of suggested

..L.T.A.
Yes, but they offer dilutions as low as one oz per gallon.

No information about how to use as a rinse.
 
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Can someone please remind me about the purpose and when to use emulsifiers?
You use an emulsifier metered through your truck to rinse your prespray and dissolved soils from the carpet. Using an emulsifier such as liquid or dry slurry from Prochem will remove more soil than prespray and water or acid rinse. You need to be precise with your dilutions or you will have a foamy mess on your hands. In this case, less is more. For some reason, powders seem to have more defoaming agents than liquids
 
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Hey man. I’ve been reborn. I’m having the time of my life with my new ceramic barbecue.

Damon!

That thing is pretty sweet. Like on of those green egg things? Do the have accessories to add a water pan or something to block the direct heat(for smoking)? We need a new grill/smoker, you think that thing would work?

Also, more importantly... Nice job on the charcoal chiminea/chimney, I see some moron dumping lighter fluid all over the charcoal and it's BBQ over for me, at least the grilled food part! Got a brother in law, I swear he uses a whole bottle(on a beg of matchlight)to start a webber grill.:headscratch: I can taste the lighter fluid!

I've been using lump charcoal or wood for the last few years and it's much better for us.
 
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