100%: Pure Surfactant, Soap Free, Biodegradable, VOC Free, Food Based, Non-Sticky, Softens Water, Free Rinsing, Residue Free, Phosphate Free & Not Cationic.
SURFACTANT is a detergent that when dissolved in water, gives it the ability to remove dirt from surfaces. SURFACTANT enables the cleaning solution to fully wet the surface being cleaned so that dirt can be readily loosened and removed. SURFACTANT molecules have a hydrophillic (water-loving) head that is attracted to water molecules and a hydrophobic (water-hating) tail that repels water and simultaneously attaches itself to oil and grease in dirt. These opposing forces (micells) loosen the dirt and suspend it in the water for extraction. Addition of heat multiplies this action. It is not a blend of different ingredients. It?s 100% pure surfactant. pH 12. Use it on any surface that can handle a pH of 12. Fresh clean fragrance.
How to use:
- Use it as a prespray or detergent by itself or add it to any other cleaner that has a pH greater than 7 to give your cleaner the ultimate ?oomph? that only Surfactant can provide.
- The hotter the water, the better cleaning.
- Truck-mounts dilute 16 oz to 24 oz in 5 gal. stock solution for synthetic carpet and furniture cleaning. Meter 2 to 4.
- Portables dilute 2 to 4 oz in 5 gal.
- Hydroforce that meters 1:9 add 16 oz.
- Fresh water tanks add 16 oz to 24 oz per 100 gal. of water.
- Pump-up sprayers dilute 2 oz in 1 gal.
- Bonnet & Cimex cleaning dilute 1 oz to 2 oz in 1 gal.
- Rotary cleaning dilute 2 oz in 1 gal.
- Spot remover dilute 1-2 part to 64 parts water.
- Upholstery, Fire, and Water Restoration dilute 1 oz to 2 oz in 1 gal.
- You can even make your own cleaning solution!
- For natural fabrics that are colorfast, use it only as a prespray followed by a low pH rinse like Crystal Rinse and dry immediately.
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For Professional Use Only.
Soap Free Green Food Based
This is using Surfactant as a booster.
He said the carpets were really trashed and he was really happy, as was the landlady of the place.
See it here, carpet cleaning chemicals.