Have you ever spilled koolaide in a carpet that’s not protected and cleaned it immediately?and you think the dye blockers magically find those little tiny holes and latch on before the rinse gets vacuumed out of the carpet? ...come on Sam you're smarter than that..
If your market allows you to run 1 prespray then maybe?I just wanna clean like 1%er and make money and not worry about prespray for rest of my life...
I wonder how much more money a carpet cleaner would if they gave their biz more attention instead of debating the best prespray on the planet on fb... Ill just use what mark is using..
I carry about 3 as well. One for wool, one for normal traffic and one nuclear prespray.If your market allows you to run 1 prespray then maybe?
not knocking Marks product as I've never tried it and he definitely comes across as caring about what he does.
But I carry 3 presprays for carpet and 3 rinses
It was funny so I won't make a list..........
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If you were prespraying a polymer and rinsing with a polymer I'd give it a solid maybe
but seems like that would be a lot of wasted polymer
Ya if bought it I would try at my house first.Harvard does not make the chems here being asked about.
I believe it was a Steam way product I had won many years ago that also claimed had a protectant in their rinse... But I never tried it way back then...
I prefer not to run a polymer rinse through my truckmounts as in some experimenting we found they would plug up the units especially at higher heat.
I have used a polymer rinse once on a bad powdered carpet deodorizer job... Seemed to help but Descaled after that job.
I prefer (and so does Harvard) to apply a protectant that old fashioned way yet (after cleaning)
It someone could get some product it would be interesting to see it's performance... But I would only practice on an old scrap sample or your personal home vs sell magic pixy dust protectant (@Jimmy L influenced here) to your clients...