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Nimblybimbly

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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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Looks good. Do you prespray the entire area you are cleaning or just stained or extra soiled spots?
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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Is this the same as your secret prespray?
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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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.
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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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. ;)
You can only use it on polyester? I thought it was safe for all carpet and is a free rinse.
 

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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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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.
Do you prespray the entire area you are working or just heavily soiled spots?

Agitate after?
 
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Do you prespray the entire are you are working or just heavily soiled spots?

Agitate after?
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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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.
How long do you leave your fans running? Do you go back the next day to pick them up?
 

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How long do you leave your fans running? Do you go back the next day to pick them up?
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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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.

What machine do you use to bonnet?