So, you're saying that Releasit is the same as Bridgepoints DS2?Back in the Tea Tree era, Encap-Clean DS would cause some people to cough if they sprayed the product. But like Chavez said, using a more coarse spray tip / or shower-feeding alleviated that. Moving forward, we ditched the Tea Tree and renamed that product Encap-Clean DS2. Yet some people like Mikey missed the Tea Tree and wanted their original classic Releasit encap shampoo - so we brought the orginal formula back as Encap-1 DS. So we now have two versions that perform similarly... the original unchanged formula = Encap-1, and also a product that's had some revisions along the way and a new scent = Encap-Clean DS2.
It is naive to think that any successful product developed in this industry is not matched in performance over time.
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Don't hold back, tell us how you really feel!hold my beer , watch this
scrub 'n run encRap shampoo
what a scummy method .
It was a scummy way to clean in 1960 and no less scummy today .
non stick scum in a bucket notwithstanding.
and the only thing "vac'd out" in days following are the shredded VCT pad fibers you leave behind
Make a million off of it, well and good.
but it's still a scum slurry driven to the backing
What proceeded your original formula? Sodium laurel sulfate used in shampoos was one predecessor and was the reason for the affectionate term "scampoo" We re-formulated our Fabric Shampoo by combining sodium laurel sulfate with a few of our encapsulated polymers so they are closely connected.. Didn't a chemist introduce you to encap in the beginning as the formula was not your creation alone, correct? How many shoulders have you stood upon?"matched" / could also use words like ... copied, imitated, knocked off
I think you're entirely correct saying it's "naive" to think that's not what happens in this industry