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spotters

November 8 2011 at 12:35 AM
 

 
I'm in the process of starting my encap program. Using encap products, which stain removers or spot removers would you not be caught without?

 
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Re: spotters

November 8 2011, 2:31 AM 

Encap-Spot is the bomb. It can be used without rinsing since it's an encap spotter. It can handle most stains you are likely to run across. And if by chance you need a more specialized spotter - the CTI products that we carry will cover those bases... and you can use Encap-Spot to rinse their residue. Normally you NEED to rinse spotters. But with Encap-Spot, you don't need to rinse. So if you needed to use one of the specialty spotters, you can use it sparingly, blot it up with a towel; and then douse the spot with Encap-Spot and blot that up. Encap-Spot becomes your rinse step - no need for an extractor. Pretty cool, wouldn't you say? happy.gif

Take a look at the video located on the bottom of the Encap-Spot page for more details...
http://www.excellent-supply.com/Releasit-Encap-Spot-Encapsulating-Stain-Remover-and-Odor-Remover-12-Quarts-Encapsulation-Carpet-Cleaning-Products-Encap_p_74.html





Rick Gelinas

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Re: spotters

November 9 2011, 7:51 AM 

Encap-spot works great like Rick said. We find when encapping that very few additional spotters are needed. You might need something to remove gum, red stains and maybe a few others. The CTI products work well for this. We also take our Encap-Clean DS and mix it 50/50 and use that as a spotter or in stubborn traffic lanes.

Kevin Pearson
http://www.pearsoncarpetcare.com

 
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