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Yes. Probably about 90% of the time but there are always those that won't come out no matter what.
Very consistent results.
Mixes with cold or hot water. Jon-Don and Interlink Supply carry it
Thanks. I am trying to speed up my operation as much as possible. Looking for a chemical with good cleaning and oxidizing properties. Preferably one that works well in an inline sprayer, and can me mixed well ahead of time.

Is it safe to use on high-end nylon? What about older nylon, or wool?
 
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Thanks. I am trying to speed up my operation as much as possible. Looking for a chemical with good cleaning and oxidizing properties. Preferably one that works well in an inline sprayer, and can me mixed well ahead of time.

Is it safe to use on high-end nylon? What about older nylon, or wool?
UltraPac Extreme mixes well and can be used even days later. Generally speaking you should not use oxidizers on wool. Stain Magic make a 3 part oxidizer for wool. Never had any problems with nylons or other synthetics.
It almost sounds like you are trying to find something similar to optical brighteners of the 80's.
 

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UltraPac is Red, hummm. Just add in white and you've got it Rob. Red, White and Blue.;)
Yeah I know, they copied Sager. The manufacturers colors are “blue”.
 

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UltraPac Extreme mixes well and can be used even days later. Generally speaking you should not use oxidizers on wool. Stain Magic make a 3 part oxidizer for wool. Never had any problems with nylons or other synthetics.
It almost sounds like you are trying to find something similar to optical brighteners of the 80's.
Haha no. I want to get away from using oxidizers, as much as possible. I rely on them too heavily, and they are not the safest class of chemicals for us cleaners to be exposed to every day. I also am struggling a little with my efficiency. I am looking to add a fresh water tank, and having hydroforce and rinse jugs pre mixed at the beginning of the day/week. Thinking in terms of 'dummy proofing' and maximizing employees' labor hours.
 

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Haha no. I want to get away from using oxidizers, as much as possible. I rely on them too heavily, and they are not the safest class of chemicals for us cleaners to be exposed to every day. I also am struggling a little with my efficiency. I am looking to add a fresh water tank, and having hydroforce and rinse jugs pre mixed at the beginning of the day/week. Thinking in terms of 'dummy proofing' and maximizing employees' labor hours.
Read their SDS vs our Black, Red or Blue label.
 
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Thanks. I am trying to speed up my operation as much as possible. Looking for a chemical with good cleaning and oxidizing properties. Preferably one that works well in an inline sprayer, and can me mixed well ahead of time.

Is it safe to use on high-end nylon? What about older nylon, or wool?
Bonnetpro Radical Rinse is 9.5 ph. It works really good as a pre spray. Obviously you can rinse with it as well. Your not gonna want to use an oxidizer on wool but as a last resort your gonna want to use a powder oxidizer. Rocket in my opinion is a bit stronger as an oxidizer but Radical rinse is easer to handle and can stay on the truck when in the winter. I like to dump the excess in my fresh tank.
 

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Thanks. I am trying to speed up my operation as much as possible. Looking for a chemical with good cleaning and oxidizing properties. Preferably one that works well in an inline sprayer, and can me mixed well ahead of time.

Is it safe to use on high-end nylon? What about older nylon, or wool?
I use Bonnetpro Omega with Citrus on most wools. It’s neutral and powerful. I like encapsulating presprays for HWE.
 
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