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    Anyone use this? I believe it's made by Daimer.

    They suggest using it as a pre spray with one of those pumps that you use to spray and kill weeds and letting it dwell for 10-20min.
     
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    You could. It depends if you are running a rinse, alkaline or acidic. Generally clear water is fine if you prespray all carpets. If you run a detergent rinse (you could add the Prosafe int your detergent tank also and just prespray the heavy traffic areas.
     
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    Yes and no. The Secret is designed to specifically attack oily polyesters. It is a powder. Prosafe is a liquid that needs more dwell time and may need a boost on a bad poly traffic pattern. Both great products and pretty safe. But one is stronger and one is safer.

    PS:Don't forget we have a boosted Secret coming soon. ;)
     
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    I would probably just run water in my tank, I was thinking that whatever you have coming out of you solution line gets sucked up too quick to have an effect...
     
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    You can only use it on polyester? I thought it was safe for all carpet and is a free rinse.
     
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    If it will work on poly it will work on anything. And safe for all "synthetic" fibers.
     
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    I ordered a case of the Pro-Safe and really like it! It's also been a great marketing product for people who want a green, eco friendly cleaning. It's also hypo allergenic. The shipping was crazy fast also.
     
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    #11 Nimblybimbly, Aug 13, 2017
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    Do you prespray the entire area you are working or just heavily soiled spots?

    Agitate after?
     
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    1. Pre vacuum the entire area. (I use furniture sliders to get behind furniture. There's usually tons of pet hair under furniture.) 2. I then pre spray entire area. 3. Then agitate with 175 if it's really dirty or just a carpet rake if it's not to dirty. 4. Then extract entire area with wand or 360xl 5.Then if carpet feels real wet, I post bonnet with cotton bonnet, if I feel the carpet has a potential to wick I post bonnet with encapuguard green. 6. Then setup fans.
     
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    How long do you leave your fans running? Do you go back the next day to pick them up?
     
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    A lot of times on vacant homes I'll leave them up till next day if I won't be needing them that day. But usually after post bonneting and then packing up equipment, the carpets are almost dry and I take them with me when I leave. I also turn on ceiling fans and bathroom exhaust fans.
     
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    What machine do you use to bonnet?
     
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    I bought a 17" 175 from Powr-Flite.
     
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    Can you hit stairs with it?
     
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    No. But a Orick Orbiter, or a 10" CRB seem to be popular for stairs. I just use a carpet rake for now till I can afford a 10" crb.
     
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    I also use a PMF stair wand.
     
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