Member's Mark Commercial Carpet Cleaner Concentrate (128 oz.)
About this item
- Certified by The Carpet and Rug Institute
- Works well in extraction machines
- Removes tough spots, stains and smells
- For carpets, rugs and upholstery
- Helps prevent re-soiling
Does the Member's Mark Commercial Carpet Cleaner Concentrate Require a Neutralizing Rinse Product?
No, this carpet cleaner concentrate is a low-alkaline formula that totally eliminates any need of a neutralizer. The formula is ideal for eliminating spots and stains, pretreating and for effectively preventing re-soiling. It is a 3-in-1 formula and even reduces odors.
Is the Member's Marks Commercial Formula Only Suited to Commercial Carpets?
Though it is ideal for professional-grade extraction machines, it can work just as well in consumer grade machines or system. It can be put to use treating and cleaning area rugs, wall to wall carpeting and upholstery along with commercial carpeting installations. Ideal for affordable professional carpet cleaning, it is also a good fit in many other settings.
How Much Does this One-Gallon Container or Carpet Cleaner Produce?
This is a concentrated formula that is able to produce up to 32 gallons of cleaning solution, and it can be used in any type of carpet steam cleaner or extractor. It is certified by the Carpet & Rug Institute as well as being NSF Registered.
How Can the Member's Mark Commercial Carpet Cleaner Concentrate Be Used a Pre-Treatment?
The formula is gentle enough for treating stubborn stains by diluting 2 oz. of the solution in 32 oz. of water and applying it directly to the stain or soiling. Left in place for only a few minutes, it can then be blotted gently for effective treatment prior to a steam cleaning or extraction process.
Does This Cleaner Work on Old Stains?
Yes, it is powerful enough to penetrate set-in stains and smells and is formulated to eliminate even the most embedded odors or stains.
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