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I see a handful of newbs saying that repeats visits are now easier to clean after using this product
 

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The closest thing to a chemist here is Stockwell

The rest are salesmen pitching products after their own cleaning businesses imploded


But I’m sure a bunch of tankless suckmoppers will chime in with their vast experience
 

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Okay we all know somebody makes it for them.
And that it's probably private labeled from someone like Harvard chemical or other maker of chems. Possibly some jan san company. Someone who slaps a label saying "Carpet cleaning" and it suddenly makes it "Legit"

Same thing for all of those Encap scampoo makers
 

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edit TSC not TCS

similar products/sds


Edit: nope tsc




Was the question "do polymer rinses work?"
 
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The closest thing to a chemist here is Stockwell

The rest are salesmen pitching products after their own cleaning businesses imploded


But I’m sure a bunch of tankless suckmoppers will chime in with their vast experience
Damn Fred yor a soothsayer.......yor the first one....!
 

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Oh the legendary miracle product!

That's under Marty's jurisdiction, as after 40 years in business he is still actively looking for the illusive "Magic Bullet".

A product so fine that it removes all stains, including gum and all dye stains, no call backs (non personality related at least) guaranteed......good with children and does not require celestial intervention. Not that there's anything wrong with it, but Marty is well onnected in that area.

Marty?
 
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I see a handful of newbs saying that repeats visits are now easier to clean after using this product
They’re just jumping on the Nano Bus. A couple years ago it was the enzyme bus

If this was a true nano product, they would’ve known to include how they use the Lotus Effect to protect the carpet fibers. PSF!

Did that make me sound smarter?
 

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They’re just jumping on the Nano Bus. A couple years ago it was the enzyme bus

If this was a true nano product, they would’ve known to include how they use the Lotus Effect to protect the carpet fibers. PSF!

Did that make me sound smarter?
No Matt, it didn't. Try again.
 

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Oh the legendary miracle product!

That's under Marty's jurisdiction, as after 40 years in business he is still actively looking for the illusive "Magic Bullet".

A product so fine that it removes all stains, including gum and all dye stains, no call backs (non personality related at least) guaranteed......good with children and does not require celestial intervention. Not that there's anything wrong with it, but Marty is well onnected in that area.

Marty?
You might as well give up.
I’m not the pussy Chevez is.
 
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Yea?!

But R.C., it seems, have taken a vow of silence (since chastity, evidently, may not be an option)....... so we'll have to get your word on said magic bullet.

What you got to lose Marty, it ain't a Vortex?
 
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If it ain’t prochem it’s just a jug of water. The nano bus has left the station. It is the tankless bus now. Next it will be solar powered TMs and rainwater.
 
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Perhaps one of the chemical gurus could test different rinse agents to see if the polymers get removed from the carpet during cleaning.
 

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The closest thing to a chemist here is Stockwell

The rest are salesmen pitching products after their own cleaning businesses imploded


But I’m sure a bunch of tankless suckmoppers will chime in with their vast experience
How do they make stain blocker?????

There are polymer products that work like flurochemical products
 

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"Nano-technology", to me, means it's bullshit.

The placebo effect is alive and well in the carpet cleaning industry.

Like the guy who says a new pre-spray is so much better than the last pre-spray he used, that happens to be the same damn pre-spray he used before, with some better marketing and with a better label.

BTW, I hate your guys.

Who is Chavez?
 
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