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Matt Wood

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Last week. You need it if all you have is powder Presprays. If there's any pictures of an orange on the jug, it's there for smell only
 
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MerCrewser

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Seems to separate less when added to the Prochem candy cane powder as opposed to other powders.
 

The Lurk

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Haven’t boosted in about two years. The last booster I used was that soy stuff from Harvard. Knowing when to use an enzyme prespray or and high phosphate pre spray helps the most.
 
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Last week. You need it if all you have is powder Presprays. If there's any pictures of an orange on the jug, it's there for smell only
I buy mine directly from a chemical manufacturer. I got 5 gallons 3 years ago...
I use it for booster when I run into nasty section 8 places that have dogs....
Only one of my accounts is government run housing..
Thank gawd...
Yup, they are gross....
 
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Cleanworks

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I rarely add D'limolene unless there is a lot of grease involved. Not necessary with the excellent liquid and powder presprays I use. Especially not necessary with Code Red. D'limolene is hard to rinse out and can contribute to the glues letting go on glue down carpet. Especially when added by a carpet cleaner. If a little is good, more must be better.
 

Mark Saiger

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I'm not a fan of spraying in my pre-spray a D-Limolene liquid.

I do of course use on occasion our Harvard Chemical G-Force Booster

But it is on the Super trashed and usually greasy situation
 
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