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how do you mix dfc HD in the HF
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I think 48 oz in the hf and fill with water I have the 9:1 tip in?? Old style HF
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DFC HD and DFC 105 are good but the dfc 23 and 5 suck
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What about 210?

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I've never tried it.
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210 is 105
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210 is powder. It was supposed to be a stronger pre-spray than 105

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don't be a p.u.s.s.y.
just use BUTYL
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I do, when necessary

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A pu**y who uses Butyl will soon be a dead cat and that goes for me also.  We at Kleen Kuip still manufacture products with Butyl as an ingredient.
 
There are some who we can not get off the stuff, I guess it's addictive but deadly.
 
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aren't you defeating the "green" by adding Citrus solv??
   
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Originally posted by hcciam hcciam wrote:

aren't you defeating the "green" by adding Citrus solv??
   

Yes, but I didn't get into the carpet cleaning business because I'm an idealist. If I need to step outside the "green" a little bit in order to break up more difficult soils, I will. For those customers who use us especially because we're green, I'll disclose anything I might consider using that isn't green. Most people don't mind the idea of having a little bit of a citrus-based solvent used here and there, and most like the smell of oranges that comes with it. The perception of the customer is the most important thing.
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"Perception" what a novel concept. 
What's this company promoting "safe, natural cleaning products" but their main ingredient is d'limonene!  Now, if memory serves it wasn't that long ago that everyone was posting about the carpets resoiling cause they couldn't get the residue from the d'lim out of the carpet (they were doing what Chem Who does, 150PSI, fast wanding, ie RX, not a lot of rinse and working tooooooooooooo fast)  Isn't that what this cirtus company is doing??
Also, when I took my WHIMIS I was told that d'lim is a bugger to get out of your body if it gets absorbed. 
BUt, because it comes from and orange and smells good, it is "perceived" as a safe natural product. 
The majority of cleaner's actual cleaning is "perceived" as good by the custy as well ie it looks clean.

Hey, I'm with you. I am there to clean the carpet.  I will use a product that is safe for me and for my client but it HAS to clean.  If not... bye  bye.
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