Do you remember the old formulation of odor barrier (shellac based) used in conjunction with molecular modifier, Holy Moses did those products work! Couldn't keep a pump up sprayer alive afterwards, but cure some pet urine issues. I literally sealed nylon backing installs and water wouldn't pass through them!Want strong try
spraying a light mist of CTI's/pros choice Molecular modifier on the back of a full synthetic rug then let me know if that works.
on natural try running a vaportek through a air tunnel (you can make one out of an old water heater box, lay it side ways use some styrofoam blocks to suspend it and run a vaportek with high air velocity fan.
go to a organic store and buy lavender oil or lemon oil or Orange oil, peppermint oil or cinnamon oil. itll be expensive but will be nice.
mix 2 -4 ounces [or experiment on your own formula] to 1 gallon of water and lightly mist the backing of any type of rug with your mix
works but i dont like this recipe
You can also use alcohol (oil 1 oz to 32 oz alcohol) but do experiment with different oils before applying to rug.
Last resort is not describable like the scent of a rose, but it's a love/hate relationship. I let the customer smell it in the raw form before application, always.I am also looking for something that will leave a long long lingering smell. Looks like I will try either last resort or maybe tabac attack. What do either they smell like I don’t see a scent or any idea?
They can both be used in either. Your discretion is your best bet. A tiny amount applied with heat goes a long way like with a hydroforce.Also are they both used in prespray followed by agitation and extraction?
Git err done !!!Git er done
Drakkar, nothing smells more like a high school locker room then Drakkar. Or if you were broke the fake version that you had to use by the gallon lolI have a property manager that just takes a can of Axe punches a hole in the side of it and throws it in the room he calls it axe bombing
It makes the apartment smell like a high school lol