Oddly enough I've tried two pre-sprays extensively, and those were chemspec TLC and Harvard's Grime Release. Both worked great. Chemspec got too high and my supplier quit carrying them bc chemspec started charging higher shipping unless they ordered so many lbs. So I choose the other. I have tried more presprays but not as much as those two. With these two it has been 5 plus years.
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I've always been pleased with Grime Release. I've recently started trying out enzyme prespray by Harvard and am liking it. Recently I was offered to walk through HCR, it was a very cool experience, and the ppl over there are so nice. Let me know how you end up liking Grime Release. Another lil thing about that is if you mix it 1:16, and add a lil de zov all, it works pretty good on filtration.I recently picked up some Grime Release from a local supply that they were closing out on. I'm almost certain it is the same as Grand Slam. Definitely along the same lines if not exactly the same. If they had continued to stock it I would've bought more. I hardly ever go there because they are geared more towards janitorial supply and not professional carpet cleaning. They carry very little that I can actually use.
I used Grout Master for the first time last Thursday on a big tile and grout job. I noticed a little over spray on the new transition to the newly refinished hardwood floors and wiped it up, but it didn't do any damage for the little time it was there.got a question concerning on Groutmaster.
I use Grand Slam and can overspray on wood floor or base trim it does not affect the finish (unless its an old finish) If I add Groutmaster would it be the same?
Are you done with this test or is it still going on?
How about preload 5? I'm having great success with it!With this test most worked good but a few standouts. Prespray Flex w/citrus, Pro10k and Firestorm all did great. Since it was polyester the detergent only presprays (like Saigers) had to be boosted with citrus and oxy to match cleaning performances.
We found Procyon and Prosafe did very well but since they are safer products they needed more swell time and had to be agitated. However when we added a scoop of Groutmaster to Prosafe and Procyon they cleaned extremely well and fast. Kind of lowers the safe level a bit tho by boosting but really only need it for polys and rat nasties.
Probably best thing for polyester for sure is straight Groutmaster. Cut like butter. Problem is you must use an acid rinse to lower ph. By adding Flex Ice as rinse it was a perfect combo!
Protectors Bridgepoint Maxim and green guard were my favorites.
Best Oxy booster was Pure02 with citrus. Perfect mix of peroxide and citrus in a powder. The citrus keeps the pero from over reacting and you get 2 boosters in one.
The reason we have delayed is because we are conducting several tests over different scenarios. By summer we will have a compete range and better analysis. We will also have some amazing new products by then.
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