scotchgard and mr clean

P&G Professional is proud to introduce Mr. Clean + Scotchgard. Mr. Clean + Scotchgard offers Scotchgard protective shield technology and the cleaning power of Mr. Clean. With repeated use of Scotchgard, a protective layer of Scotchgard™ technology is applied to your stainless steel/glass surface, making removal of soils faster and easier the next time you clean. This saves your business valuable time and labor.

What Carpet Cleaning Solution Is The Best – Fibresafe Gold

 

Fibresafe Gold is a professional extraction formula developed for safe and effective cleaning of wool and stain resistant nylon carpet fibres.

it comes in powder form that mixes with water to produce your solution. it also comes with the “woolsafe Approval certification” this will keep your carpet “Soft Feeling Under Foot”

Fibresafe Gold incorporates a self neutralising pH system which reduces the risk of colour bleed, texture change and re-soiling. This is important as high pH can strip out your carpet stain protection

We like this solution as its has the self neutralising pH, working in the UK where we have mostly wool carpets its a must have for us.

This solution is designed to remove any dirt that is bonded to the carpet fibres on light soiled carpets.

Because it comes with a “Causes serious eye irritation.” warning we give it a 9/10

How long do bacteria and viruses live outside the body? Cold viruses,

viruses can sometimes survive on indoor surfaces for more than seven days. viruses survive for longer on non-porous (water resistant surfaces, such as stainless steel and plastics.
than porous surfaces, such as fabrics and tissues. their ability to cause an infection reduces rapidly and they don’t often survive longer than 24 hours. Most viruses which cause colds only survive on hands for a short amount of time. Some only last for a few minutes but 40% of rhinoviruses, a common cold-causing virus, are still infectious on hands after one hour.
Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), another cold-like virus that can cause serious illness in children, can survive on worktops and door handles for up to six hours, on clothing, and tissues for 30-45 minutesand on skin for up to 20 minutes.

7 Question “Will Febreze”
1. Will febreze kill ants? No its designed to be around humans, pets, etc
2. Will febreze stain clothes? It is made to be used on fabrics.
3. Will febreze remove smoke smell? Yes that’s it main job. In fact it the reason we have it because a wife of a design chemist thought he gave up smoking.
4. Will febreze cover weed smell? Yes
5. Will febreze hurt a dog? No its designed to be used on carpets.
6. Will febreze damage leather? Not sure, Why not test a area that hidden and leave for some time?
7. Will febreze remove vomit smell? Yes

Question: What Are Safe Cleaning Products

Answer: We recommend that you visit https://whatsinsidescjohnson.com This will give you an idea on how big this issue is.

Next we have three certification organisations for green labels This approach can take the hard work out of having to research every product.

Number 1 On Our List is https://www.epa.gov/saferchoice
Number 2 is http://www.ecolabelindex.com

And lastly http://www.cleansealapproved.com

Question: Who Discovered Surfactants

Answer:

The history of soap has ancient origins: the first evidence of the manufacture and use of soap dates back to the Babylonian civilization.

The Leblanc process was an early industrial process for the production of soda ash (sodium carbonate) used throughout the 19th century, named after its inventor, Nicolas Leblanc.

Ernest Solvay In 1861 developed the Solvay process. The process was an improvement over the earlier Leblanc process.

The formulations of detergents currently in use are complex and diversified depending on their intended use.

anionic: these have a negative electrostatic charge and are the most common. Compounds such as alkyl benzene sulphonates, alkyl sulphates, alkyl ethoxy sulphates and alcohol ethoxy sulphates belong to this class;

cationic: these have a positive electrostatic charge. Compounds such as quaternary ammonium salts and quaternary esters belong to this class;

non ionic: these have no net electrostatic charge, so they are less sensitive to the hardness of the water. Polar compounds such as ethoxylated alcohols and alkylamine oxides belong to this class;

amphoteric: these are able to assume a positive or negative electrostatic charge, depending on the type of solution in which there are present. Compounds such as betaines and alkylamino-oxides belong to this class.

Nicolas Leblanc

Question: which carpet cleaner is the best to rent

Answer: You have two types to choose from. The first is a push or pull machine (rug doctor) or you can get an alternative that looks like a old type vacuum cleaner with a hose and wand. Rug Doctors are normally available from large DIY and Supermarkets and the second from tool hire shops and dry cleaners. the big advantage with the second type is that they are smaller and will fit in a car boot no problem. rug doctors will fit but are heaver and larger.

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Question: what carpet cleaning company is the best

Answer: What Carpet Cleaning Company Is The Best?

This normally comes down to price, more to the point VALUE. but a clean carpet is a clean carpet, right? so where is the value?

5 Ways You Can Judge Value With Carpet Cleaning

1. Do you get a service included like vacumming, stain removal, furniture moving.
you might not need these so you could save money here.

2. Do You Get Free Stain Remover With The Carpet Clean?

3. Do You Get An After Service Included With The Price Of the Clean?

4. Does The Company Invest In Ongoing Training? This Cost Money But Benefits You.

5. Do You Get A Guarantee?

These are just 5 items that add VALUE to a price. So your right a clean carpet is just that. now you know when your paying for the companies overheads which YOU get no real benefit or value from.

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what carpet cleaner is best for dog urine


Question: what carpet cleaner is best for pet urine

Answer: You want to find a carpet cleaner that has enzymes. Fact, Enzymes Are Also Call Digestors. They are designed to eliminate severe odours from urine, mold, mildew, organic vomit, and protein, and can assist in removing all organic related spillages. When cleaning up urine its important to treat and dry the padding this is the cause of some problems when the odour remains.

 



 

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