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    Posted: 12/February/2006 at 9:02pm

Some people use formula 90, performance cbs, or others as a solution. Has anyone tried Tide with color safe bleach powder from as in the solution tank with the chemical meter at lets say 2. Defoamer as needed in waste tank 1 to 2 ounces. If someone says no no no what about the hydroforce and clean with just steamwater (no chemical just deoderizer)

Now I am and have used this in bonnet cleaning method and no problems. Smells clean. Works very good.

The thing is people use Tide to clean clothes, blood stains, s**t stains animal or human ,filth, vomit , shoes, ect why not ? Save alot of money. And it is very obvious it works. It cannot be that bad since you use it to clean your skid mark underwears. Clothes, baby clothes ect... Keeping in mind I only use powder form with the blue crystals. Has to be safe on solution control rubber gaskets. Any takers????? 



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Steamer is the specialist on Tide

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what a cheap bastard

my chems are less than 3% of my expense

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Big difference between washing cloths and carpet cleaning. If you could put the carpet in awashing machine and rinse all the detergent from the carpet than nothing wrong with your system, however, we can not do that so in my estimation you are playing with trouble
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I have used in dry cleaning spray on and bonnet off and I have not seen not seen any meantime failure. Same every 6 months if anything they stayed cleaner. I am just trying to feel people out on this. Why not? This is why we are here for knowledge , learning and saving money. And I spend alot of money for my chemicals. With a new Bluewave TM, gas prices, van payments, advertising. Just trying to see about Tide save some money do more advertising. 
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77748.... you just said a bad word around here......50 pounds of tide only cost about 40 bucks..... 50 pounds of dry slurry/chemspec high heat/attack/suspend any where from 200 bucks up....lol

of course the chemical makers brain wash you... the chemical make up of all these detergents are very similar, but why not sell a product that you can make money off.....

nylon is nylon  clothes are made from nylon carpet is made from nylon...wool is wool clothes are made from wool carpet is made from wool.

if you can wash your clothes with it ..skin safe...enviromentally safe..the stuff decomposes...it's allowed down the drain...

when you think about it...your cleaning green....lol DFC watch out here comes tide cold water wash....

it's color safe...does not yellow the carpet...it rinses out well...

 

these guys all act like they are chemist... the don't know the first sh*t about the residue cause or effects of any soap on a carpet...

they believe whats on the label and what the sales person tells them.

77748.... take it to a lab and have it analyzed for yourself and you'll see.

take some tide...dry slurry...chemspec high heat...  let them tell you the differences... cost about $100 bucks lab time...

lol good luck

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Told you Steamer was a specialist in Tide

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Any time you have a product that you feel you would like to use or try and save money with, you should do two tests first.

Any soap may make a carpet look clean, however will this soap damage the guts of your expensive equipment.  Also you should always do an evaporation test.

Pour an oz or so of the product into a Styrofoam cup.  If it eats the cup it will eat your equipment.  Now pour an oz or so of the same product into a glass cup.  Let the liquid portion evaporate over a few days.

Now test that residue with your finger.  If it is wet, sticky and gooey, that is what you are leaving on your customers carpet ( a magnet for dirt).  If it is soft and powdery, then it will continue to absorb soil even in its dry form, waiting for a vacuum cleaner to remove it.

The new Buss word in residue is  ENCAP.  Look it up on this site, this will be the future residues.

P.S.  If you feel you need brightening on light color carpet, look at ENCAP with Hydrogen Peroxide. (Carpet Cleaning Crystal)

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One of the reasons why Kleen Kuip keeps selling quality cleaning products, is our customers keep coming back because they claim the last guy left some kind of a mess by using household consumer products.  These products usually create rapid re soiling.

Those who use Tide usually go out with the Tide never to be seen again.  I guess I have been around to see more go than come.  The first three letters in Profit is PRO

I look at Steamer as being a Pro, but we have to get him off that TIDE!! Now if we can get Doug back, he would switch Steamer to HIDE!!



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Another product that will knock your socks off and will separate the men from the boys is Chemspec's Energizer (you add it to your existing formula).

Now you can't buy that at the grocery store. Energizer puts a smile on the carpet and keeps customers coming back.

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Actually dry bonnet cleaning we use TIDE powder form with a scoop of ENERGIZER by Chemspec. I will look into the encap with peroxide if it comes in powder. Don't mind spending the money, but if Tide does workS as its supposed two which is clean just maybe it might work better in residentials. As it is we carry too many chemicals which has its pros and cons. As it is right now Tide works on clothes as an enzyme, heavy soiling, & urine cleaning. Tested on TV comparing to other brands.

Mr. Steamer your feedback is interesting. And Mr. Carpetologist I am sure you have to stick with selling products because telling people Tide is great would be bad for business. I can respect that. I like the line about the first three letters in Profit which is pro. I lkie it better the other way being a pro leads to profit. Anyways I am not pushing oxyclean and all garbage we are talking about Tide something that sounds to simple. 

Dennis if Tide works our chems will cost 2%. Gas prices aren't so bad now.

Where is Doug at anyway. What his feedback. Waitin for the one liner.



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first four letters in B U L L S H I T is bull...

listen do the test for yourself...if your in the GTA I can recommend you to a few labs in the area.

the carpet cleaning chemicals that we buy most times can be produced for less than 70% of the retail price.

That I can show you... we are all here to make a living.... I don't use tide but the stuff that we buy for all the big money is NO BETTER THAN TIDE.

you can take that to the bank...

I know because often take chemicals to the lab to have them tested so I can make a cheaper product for myself to use....

like in the Matrix... red or blue pill.... it's your choice...

learn about the stuff you use or just stay in the darkness and listen to the sales people and read the back

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I bet $50 bucks steamer use to smoke "home-grown" back in the day or "bush".

Forget that buddy, I and I only smoke de best ganja mon give me sensi or nuttin mon!!!

forget all this Tide now I want steamer to cop to smokin that bright green smelly stuff that he grew in his basement. I'm not even talking good hydro of the 1990's hahahahahaaaaaaaa

you bush-wacker LOL

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