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Hydro-Force’s redesigned Viper line of stone, tile and concrete chemicals have been redesigned, but still offer optimum performance for hard surface needs.
Butler’s Maximum Multi-Surface Cleaner is a concentrated formula that dissolves hard-to-remove soils, dirt, grime, oil, soot and grease upon contact.
There is no shortage of information about the topic of green and environmental stewardship.
Typically, carpets are first presprayed and then rinsed clean using a hot-water extractor. Prespraying the carpet tends to use less chemical and also allows the chemical to dwell on the carpet, breaking down and dissolving soils so that they can be more effectively removed by the extractor.
While green cleaning chemicals are now available for most all cleaning tasks, manufacturers are still making conventional cleaning chemicals.
Butler’s Maximum Traffic Lane Cleaner features a concentrated blend of selected surfactants, builders, softeners and solvents for improved soil removal and cleaning results.
Love Chinese food but hate cleaning the carpets and the stains? Say “sayonara!” to heavy, greasy food soils and soy sauce in these quick and easy cleaning steps!
MasterBlend’s new Encore Rinse acid rinse uses encapsulation chemistry to remove residues, helping carpets stay cleaner longer.
Starting November 15, 2013, HydraMaster will host a seven-part Facebook series on cleaning chemistry misconceptions, according to a press release.
Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are far more complex than many in the professional cleaning and building industries realize. With that in mind, here’s a look at VOC facts, myths and misunderstandings, via Charlotte Products/Enviro-Solutions