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post #1 of Old 12-24-2011, 08:42 PM Thread Starter
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Citrus degreaser

Prespraying with citrus degreaser is the best thing one can do to make cleaning a carpet a much easier experience.

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Prespraying with citrus degreaser is the best thing one can do to make cleaning a carpet a much easier experience.

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Absolutely, correct. I really like Citrus Force, from Jon Don.

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Absolutely, correct. I really like Citrus Force, from Jon Don.
If it is just about the aroma you are looking for, use natural essential oils. Chemistry is not recommended, green is safe and in fashion. Citrus cleaning recipes are a good option.

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Citrus cleaning is a mother natures oldest cleaning solution. Citrus-O's orange citrus pre-treatment solutions Clean, Deodorize and Sanitize. It safely remove harmful household bacteria in one natural process, leaving an allergen-free home and a fresh orange citrus scent. Family and pet friendly.
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I always add some form of citrus solvant to my pre-spray. Wouldn't dream of not using a bit of it. For the real nasties a healthy dose of citrus is THE BEST.
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I do use citrus products here and there, citrus gum remover, liquid citrus and citric acid for the brown out problems that some of my carpet cleaner friends leave behind.
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yeah, I had been using corny keg sprayers for 8 years with no problems until I started using citrus presprays, they expanded the O-rings in the kegs posts and the main big o-ring as well. had to re do them all a few times before I figured out what was screwing up my equipment.
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citrapure by magic wand company is great. Do not use too much or you will de-laminate the carpet.

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Expanding O rings and possible declamation of backing is very real if care is not taken... We love the citrus products but they can have a downside if you don't pay attention.
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post #11 of Old 10-31-2013, 08:23 AM
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Citrus is a wonderful cleaner with many uses, carpets was not one i had previously thought of. I will have to test it in the field.
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