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post #1 of Old 01-22-2008, 07:34 AM Thread Starter
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We are going to be starting some restaurants soon. Need advice on a good product to use for extracting the carpets which are greasy in areas. Thanks in advance.
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post #2 of Old 01-22-2008, 11:48 AM
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Ed Valentine at Cross-American has a product called Attack that is great on grease and very free-rinsing.
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We are going to be starting some restaurants soon. Need advice on a good product to use for extracting the carpets which are greasy in areas. Thanks in advance.
The best de-greaser is vinegar.Even if that doesn't work and you need a reputed brand try purple extreme.



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Vinegar???

Come on! Acetic acid does act as a degreaser but certainly is not "the best".

Then you say if "the best degreaser" does not work, use a synthetic lubricant!




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We clean 15 restaurants and we use a couple of products that seem to work well for us. We use this combo for the first time clean and we do it every three months. The cleaning contracts is for every two weeks
First we pre treat the area with extreme clean and then we use pro-powder 2000 with energy as a booster all this are from www.proschoicesupply.com
Now for the other times we clean we use soap free from www.masterblend.net this seems to help fight the reoccurring spots that seem to always come back in the same place all the time with regular soap cleaning.

Hope that helps.
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Yes it does help, thanks Brad!
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I don't think vinegar will help you with your problem.. I agree with John.. better to call an expert..
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Mr. Bolton has hit the nail on the head, squarely!

Great advice, sir.

Very best to all;
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“Pros choice supply” has really huge variety of best cleaning products. I also recommend it and their products are truly environment-friendly, inexpensive and work superbly.

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