The carrying solvent is A Safe, Natural solvent
that has low pH tendencies (notwithstanding the fact that solvents
by definition are pH neutral), which makes application safe for all
fabrics. Use common sense, and if there is a question of color
bleeding, always test first.
Completely safe for ALL fabrics - Carpet or
Furniture. Will not change the texture, feel, or "hand" of
Superior bonding to fabrics with a polymer
molecular bonding action. The Protector penetrates the fiber, and
bonds to the entire fiber with a "chain-lock" type bonding
process. Continual abrasive action is the primary factor in loss of
coverage. Solvent base allows better leveling, and more even
The application of Protector does not re-wet the
fabric. In fact, its application to a wet fabric surface will
actually accelerate the drying process. Dramatically enough in most
cases so that you can assure your customers that the drying time
will be less than 2 hours, even though you wet cleaned their
carpeting or furniture.
Concentrated with the finest fluorochemical that
we can buy. Manufacturer's specifications rate dry and wet soil
resistance in the high 90-percentile range. Average coverage for
carpet application is 2,000 Sq. Ft. per gallon. On level commercial
carpet, 2,500 Sq. Ft. per gallon. On heavy pile residential carpet,
you may need to drop to 1,500 - 1,800 Sq. Ft. per gallon. Furniture
coverage is approximately 4-6 Oz. for a couch, 2-3 Oz. for a chair,
depending upon fabric weight.
The Solvent carrier contains a choice of an
exclusive Mandarin Orange, Strawberry, Green Apple or Peach
fragrance, which covers the chemical smell of the fluorochemical.
The fragrance enhances the product greatly for your customers, and
makes selling easier.
Solvent Fabric Protector should be applied under
pressure. You may use a pump-up sprayer equipped with an 800067 Tee
Jet tip. Use only about 1 gallon, or less, of protector in the
sprayer so that you can keep a high level of constant pressure.
Electric sprayers will work extremely well - again equip them with
an 80067 Tee Jet tip. Overlapping is NOT necessary. Move quickly and
precisely over the fabric to be treated.
Furniture fabric should be treated using
hand-held sprayers, electric sprayers, or even trigger sprayers.
Leave sufficient room in the sprayer so there is enough air space to
allow the sprayer to work at top efficiency.
Drying time for furniture is 1 hour or less.
Drying time for carpeting is 2 hours or less. Use this knowledge as
a competitive marketing advantage against the so called
"dry" cleaners in your area who promote fast, or no drying
times, but arenít cleaning as well as you are!