Harvard Chemical Research Heavy Duty Liquid Extraction Rinse
- Quick emulsification of dirt, grease, and oil
- Prevents redeposition of soil
- pH: 11.0–12.0
- Acceptable to use on 5th Generation carpeting
- Variable dilutions
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This Heavy-Duty Liquid Formulation Tackles Tough Dirt and Grime in Natural and Synthetic Carpet!
Cuts Through Tough Dirt and Soiling
Heavy Duty Liquid Extraction Rinse contains a complex blend of surfactants and organic solvents for enhanced cleaning power. It quickly emulsifies dirt, grease, and oil and then rinses freely to leave carpet looking cleaner and brighter than before.
Heavy Duty Liquid Extraction Rinse contains special water softeners that prevent mineral deposit buildup. It is also formulated with a mild defoamer that helps to control suds.
Formulated as an extraction rinse, this detergent does double-duty removing dirt and grime and preventing soils from re-depositing. Carpets get cleaner and stay cleaner longer!
Portable or Truck Mount, Synthetic or Natural, Hot or Cold
Heavy Duty Liquid Extraction Rinse works in both hot and cold water and can be used in any portable or truck-mounted carpet extractor.
This versatile formula can be used with confidence on both natural and synthetic fibers in hotels, motels, schools, hospitals, homes, and more. It is also acceptable for use on 5th Generation carpeting.
Concentrated for Economy
Heavy Duty Liquid Extraction Rinse is highly concentrated to give you the most value for your dollar. As little as 1–2 oz per gallon of water (for portables) is all you need to power through tough dirt and soiling!
For general cleaning: Use approximately 1–2 ounces per 3 gallons of hot water.
Truck mounted systems: Use 1 quart per 5-gallon holding tank. Adjust meter in accordance with desired results. Always follow manufacturer’s general cleaning guidelines to retain
Always follow manufacturer’s general cleaning guidelines to retain the quality of goods.
|11.0 - 12.0
|Harvard Chemical Research
|Hot Water Extraction
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