Encapsulating Carpet Cleaning Polymer - When the carpet cleaning polymer dries it forms one of the best releasing crystals in the industry. A brittle crystal is produced that can be extracted from the fiber with routine vacuuming.
- Deodorizes while you clean
- Natural orange fragrance
- Anti-resoiling & Color-safe
- Neutral pH for synthetic and natural fibers
- Safe for use as an Extraction Cleaner
- Traffic Lane Pre-spray
- Spot & Stain Remover
- Spin Bonnet
- One product for all your
carpet cleaning needs
Carpet Cleaning Polymer Can Be Used in Many Applications:
- Cylindrical brush
- Pad cleaning
- Spot cleaning
There are four Carpet Cleaning Methods To Choose From
Method 1: Encapsulation
- Measure 10 oz. of Carpet Cleaning Polymer and pour into a pump-up sprayer. Fill with hot water, mix, and build up compression.
- Begin by heavily spraying traffic lane areas such as doorways, hallways, elevator areas, break room/food service areas, main entryways, or any spots and stains, and all areas that appear darker than normal.
- Next, saturate the entire area to be cleaned with the 10-oz-per-gallon solution. Agitate by raking two directions, pushing the carpet rake forward in long strokes, then cross-raking the opposite direction. This raises the pile and allows better penetration of the solution.
- Wait ten (10) minutes, then extract with clean, hot water. With Carpet Cleaning Crystal there is no reason to use additives for deodorizing, brightening or de-foaming because it is all built into this unique formula.
- Dry the carpet using an Air Mover, floor fans, open windows or turn on HVAC units to the FAN ON position.
Method 2: Normal Extraction:
Add 2 oz. per gallon of Carpet Cleaning Polymer to your solution tank and fill with hot water. Extract as normal. Since you do not use a pre-conditioner or agitation with Method 2, overall cleaning will not be as effective as Method 1.
Method 3: Bonnet / Pad Cleaning: (Low-moisture system)
Mix Carpet Cleaning Polymer at 10 oz. per gallon of water. Soak bonnet, removing excess solution. Lightly pre-spray carpet, allowing 10 minutes dwell time, then bonnet clean, as normal. A clean mop bucket and wringer works well here.
Method 4: Dry Agitation Cleaning:
Mix Carpet Cleaning Polymer at 10 oz. per gallon of water. Pre-spray carpet (400 sq. ft. per gallon of RTU dilution) that's a 20' x 20' area. Agitate into the carpet with a carpet rake in two directions. (For best results, agitate with a counter-rotating brush action, let carpet area dry for 24 hours and vacuum thoroughly.)
Mix Carpet Cleaning Polymer 10 oz. per gallon of water. Soak problem area with solution. Agitate with carpet brush or rake and allow 5-10 minutes dwell time. Blot excess liquid with a clean, absorbent cloth. For tough, stubborn stains, repeat application procedures.
Heavy Browning Area:
Mix Carpet Cleaning Polymer at 20 oz. per gallon of water and pre-spray browned areas thoroughly followed by extraction with clean water. Use ceiling or portable fans to dry treated areas quickly
HydrOxi Pro is packaged in gallon containers sold each or by the case of 4
Design for the Environment
These products meet the EPA’s "Safer Choice" program requirements and are included in the U.S. Environmental protection (EPA) agency design for the environment (DfE) program partnership. What is the EPA's Safer Choice program?
Hydroxi Pro Carpet Cleaning Polymer combines the cleaning and deodorizing power of Hydrogen Peroxide with the anti-resoiling capabilities of a crystallizing polymer. This unique formulation helps reduce contamination associated with indoor air pollution without the buildup of sticky residue or high V.O.C. solvents. The result is a process that leaves your carpet cleaner than ever and fights re-soiling by encapsulating residual cleaning agents and soils in a hard, brittle polymer. The encapsulated soils and polymer are removed with the next vacuuming of the carpet.