Hi rob can you give me quick explanation on 100% free rinsing? I believe its rsf that mentioned 100 percent free rinsing thank youSoapy surfactants are short term achievers. They make the carpet look good when cleaning by fooling the eye. However in a day or two they lose their luster, mat down and re soil quickly. Choose wisely.
Also many formulators walk a tight rope of putting just enough active pet odor control or cleaning ingredients to barely work. So there is a line of demarcation and sadly many under add than over add to save money and increase profits. In an effort to hide this fact they use strong and or long lingering perfumes.
We never take shortcuts and usually double what most use. We even added GM to Spiked.
Free rinsing detergent means it will rinse away very easily or freely. It does not mean that you do not have to rinse with water or a good rinse. For example a non-free rinsing prespray might contain fragrances that were designed to deposit and leave a fresh scent or deposit optical brighteners to trick the human eye. Ours have no OB’s and we consider them free rinsing. One exception of course are polymer products that leave deposits on substrates for encapsulation purposes.