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    Posted: 11/January/2007 at 4:04pm

Enviro & Safe

Not so long ago most people had very little belief in these kinds of cleaning products and claimed they were overpriced. Suprisingly enough today they are less costlier than the older regular formulas. Due to the fact of newer technology that does not demand petroleum as part of the new formulas.

Mr. and Mrs. consumer and industry are now on-board more so than ever demanding safer Enviro.

The question is "Are You On Board?" If not, you may be left in the dust.'

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Edited by Carpetologist - 11/January/2007 at 5:47pm
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i will not sacrifice quality at any cost
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Have you tried the "safe cleaners"?
There is no sacrificing involved there.
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Originally posted by LilNiteRidrhood LilNiteRidrhood wrote:

Have you tried the "safe cleaners"?
There is no sacrificing involved there.

True that. I just wish HD DFC were available in California. I'm running out of my four-gallon free sample. Bridgepoint is coming out with a line of GreenSeal products. Hopefully, they'll be as good.
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How the hell did you get 4 gals. of free samples??!




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I got 2 gal free. You must not be dealing with the right supplier Thang

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Originally posted by Thang Thang wrote:

How the hell did you get 4 gals. of free samples??!





I was the only one in San Diego who was aware of it, or at least cared. I only knew about it because of this forum, and I don't think anybody else in my area comes to this forum. My supplier wasn't even aware of it. I had to talk to the Chemspec Rep when he was visiting. He made a special trip from Vegas to drop some off with my supplier, but he never got around to sending the sample-size containers to divvy up the four-gallon pail--law requires that it be dispensed in legit labeled containers. Since I was the only one who ever asked about it anyway, they eventually just shrugged their shoulders and gave the whole pail. They still don't know when they'll get the product in, and they're fully pushing the Prochem line of green products right now.
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I got a free tote.
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I have tried both the DFC and reg products from what I have seen they don't work as well, or may be I just get the really dirty sh*t.  Did a side by side test with green vs reg there wasn't much comparison.  Has any one had good luck with green products on dirty carpet?
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Originally posted by bryan bryan wrote:

I have tried both the DFC and reg products from what I have seen they don't work as well, or may be I just get the really dirty sh*t.  Did a side by side test with green vs reg there wasn't much comparison.  Has any one had good luck with green products on dirty carpet?

Nope, only clean the clean carpet. Ermm

A lot of people here have had good luck with DFC, especially Heavy Duty DFC. If I need a boost, I may add a little Citrus Solv.
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HD DFC is the best of the DFC products on heavily soiled carpet

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Ya mixed HD DFC with DFC 210 dont know if it is deigned to do that.  Used it as more of a booster. Then extracted with 105.

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