Procyon through a Cimex..

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Commercial customer wants it green as can be but doesnt have a budget for HWE..

Who's done it?
I've used Procyon Extreme both in the Cimex and sprayborg. Great results. I don't believe it is as good as proper encap as it lacks the added polymeric solutions but it dries to a crystal, theoretically trapping the soil. You can add your 40 volume to it if there are coffee or other stains.
 
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This is one of those instances where an extremely picky client is going to be researching your cleaning product.

Are goofy ass products like Soap Daddy, ****** Brew, Joe Juice and Slop n Gobble what you want to show her?
 

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In that case why not Bio-Encap-Super-Green?
That sounds even greener.

Some clients want the certificate, its important to them. It ain't that hard to provide them with what they want.
 

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.60 a foot but that doesn't buy HWE?
I don't know about $.60 per sqft but I charge the same for hwe as I do for low moisture options. My customers are hiring a professional cleaner. It's up to me to choose the best way to get the job done. I don't use one over the other to save money. I choose the best method for the job at hand.
 

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:icon_razz:"Me drooling over .60/sq ft":icon_razz:

The most I could get over here would be .45 and that's with fabric protector. It's a shame I'm too lazy to offer fabric protection.
 

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I’m not trying to be snide here, but again, do you think the customer is gonna know if that’s green or not, much less certified!!! If she’s a chemist maybe, or a lawyer! Also, I didn’t so much as know there was such a thing as #soapdaddy. I thought that was a #rapper!!


Lost in Oklahoma
 
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I’m not trying to be snide here, but again, do you think the customer is gonna know if that’s green or not, much less certified!!! If she’s a chemist maybe, or a lawyer! Also, I didn’t so much as know there was such a thing as #soapdaddy. I thought that was a #rapper!!


Lost in Oklahoma
not mentioning product names but 1 of the green certified I trialed smelt so much like floor stripper that I refused to buy again.. even butyl smells better
 

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I’m not trying to be snide here, but again, do you think the customer is gonna know if that’s green or not, much less certified!!! If she’s a chemist maybe, or a lawyer! Also, I didn’t so much as know there was such a thing as #soapdaddy. I thought that was a #rapper!!


Lost in Oklahoma
I have customers who have looked up procyon and have chosen to go with me based on what they have read. Sure, I could use anything and they wouldn't know. It's about having a little integrity.
 
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I’m not trying to be snide here, but again, do you think the customer is gonna know if that’s green or not, much less certified!!! .......
I don't think you are Kenny.

And the answer is "most likely no" they will not be able to tell.
But if that's what they are specifically asking for, I am happy to provide it. I consider it part of my job and it ain't that hard.
 
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