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post #1 of Old 10-13-2012, 07:02 AM Thread Starter
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What brand carpet protector do you use?

We have been using Dupont Teflon. We like that we use a brand that is known by the customers.

We don't sell a lot of protector. We don't believe in pressure sales. If we see a situation, where protector might be beneficial to the customer then we sill suggest it ti them.

I remember a few years ago when they pulled 3M scotchgard off the shelf because of Perfluorooctanol. Some people were aware of this and asked if we used the 3M product. We assured them that the Dupont brand didn't contain it.

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post #2 of Old 10-19-2012, 02:06 AM
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We use DuPont protector also. It has worked very well for us on the big stuff like ball rooms, conference rooms, or break rooms. Making the next cleaning easier.

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cleansmart protect x. low cost but does a great job
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We use green guard by triplex or spot guard by magic wand. No more flor chemicals for us
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Scotchgaurd carpet protection

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cleansmart protect and Eco clean care products.
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We use soileze protector made by Releasit. Since we use a lot of their encapsulant cleaner Encap-Clean DS2 then we don't have to worry about a compatibility issue. Plus its just a really good protector.
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DuPont Teflon most of the time. Some times a protector call CCP. Seems only a select few know about this product.
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Protectant

We use green guard it works well and my customers appreciate that it's safe for them.
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I use carpet waterproof spray to protect my carpet. If you want to select a carpet cleaner spray, then keep good tips in mind because all the cleaners are not good.
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I use carpet waterproof spray to protect my carpet. If you want to select a carpet cleaner spray, then keep good tips in mind because all the cleaners are not good.
What is that? I never heard of it.
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We use Maxim Advanced

Best stuff out there IMO, and available at a decent price. We include a spot and spill warranty and have a pretty good closing ratio on our residential customers.
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Protectors guard against soiling" and staining. And another added benefit of protecting your carpets and fabrics is that dust and soils are easier to remove when vacuuming.
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Carpets aren't really in my scope but before I inherited the business, I'm pretty sure my old folks used green guard w/c worked for them just fine. Are there any significant "side-effects" we should know about when using products with Perfluorooctanol? I think I saw some 3M Scotchgard in a local store the other day. Anyways, I use green guard most of the time but when they are not available, I use DuPont for my carpet but those are a bit more expensive.

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post #17 of Old 02-23-2015, 08:07 PM
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I have been using green guard for several years and it's an excellent product. There are not too many companies in Canada that I know of that use it, other than us.

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We use green guard by triplex or spot guard by magic wand. No more flor chemicals for us
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post #18 of Old 02-24-2015, 10:29 AM
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I have been using green guard for several years and it's an excellent product. There are not too many companies in Canada that I know of that use it, other than us.
The green guard is a encap based protector, right? Pretty good price on it too if I am thinking of the same product? Maybe I will give it a try.
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The green guard is a encap based protector, right? Pretty good price on it too if I am thinking of the same product? Maybe I will give it a try.
Yes it is an encapsulation based protector. It's quite cheap and is really effective.
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post #20 of Old 02-24-2015, 06:18 PM
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Try COITgard!
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