Best combo of chemicals I've ever found for cleaning carpet

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Ross, what was your opinion on grease eater by magic wand company?


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I don't have a lot of experience with different presprays, but an old timer here suggested Grease Eater, and I was impressed with how the carpet he was cleaning in my neighbors unit was cleaning up, so I ordered a couple of 3 gallon pails of it.
It's a powder, and I am just finishing up my first pail, it goes a long way, I use 2 oz per gallon in a pump up sprayer.
Very economical.
I have been very satisfied, in fact, I also bought a gallon of their Trashed Green for extra dirty jobs, and I just pulled it out last week, because the silver gray Berber I did was not up cleaning up to my standards.
I had rotovaced it as I normally do for my dirty jobs, but it still looked bad.
it had weird filtration like areas surrounding the areas where extra heavy furniture had left permanent indents in the carpet, and the traffic lanes were still bad.
So, the next day, before doing the tile and grout, I decided to break out the Trashed Green, and prespray with it, and the difference was amazing.
It was like I had not even cleaned it the prior day, but I did, and I really gave it a work out the first time around.
Hope that helps.
It's also got a terrific smell, many clients remark at how good it smells, but after rinse, it is barely noticeable, with just a freshness left in the room.
I have used it in homes where the women are hyper allergic to smells,(my home being one) and the ladies had no problems or complaints either.
 

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I can't be wrong, I made no claims, or atleast I didn't mean to. I thought the softener I have is what they called that. It's a stupid magnetic (no salt used) softener and I can't tell they it does anything, and they added like 750.00 to the TM package for it.

Gonna look into this one you posted a link to.
So you had it? You really liked it?

Worked good and AZ has some hard water ... I was charging twice a week ... It handles about 500 gallons per charge ... Easy though
 

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Stalk you? Seems quite the opposite..

I'd rather get along and share ideas, and not just share the "dumb" button...

There's a dumb button? ....oh lookie .....a dumb button! * who gets it first?*:)
 
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any recommendation for Canadian customers?​
There are a bunch of shipping restrictions aren't there? Is driving across the border into the US an option for you? Buy what you need and drive it back in your own vehicle? What if someone in the states private shipped stuff to you? I'd be willing to send you stuff as long as we don't get raided by the DEA or something. You'd have to cover all shipping costs of course, but I can take stuff to the post office and ship it to you.
 
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This one looks to be a decent option:

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Of course a water softener is desirable for areas that have hard water.
I use TMFs Preload which works quite well in both residential and commercial.
Similar to Prochem's Ultra Pac but is less expensive while it works just as well in
my experience. For a rinsing agent I use Bridgepointes Fiber Plus with a PH of 7.5 to 8.
I have tried other detergents but so far this one works the best for me. With its lower
ph I have had no problems with browning or leaving residue. When you rinse the carpet
with Fiber Plus the carpet feels very soft and residue free when used as directed.

Jan Sullins
 
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The same water softeners that are shown on the Interlink site are available from Bridgepoint or CRW or HydroForce distributors in Canada. There are about 20 locations.

Scott,

These just look like they exchange cations. Is there any issue with blowing sodium water into people's carpets? Is the concentration low enough so as not to pose any issues? Or are there any changes necessary to deal with working with this high sodium water?
 

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Is there a delete post key? If not, why not? This was created by mistake, and I can't find a way to delete it, so everyone is going to be bored by my post on locating the delete post key.