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Noble Chemical's Sierra Rinse and Chemical Neutralizer is specially formulated with Soil Guard 2000, used to rinse the carpet after extraction cleaning, shampooing, or bonnet buffing. It's excellent for coffee, tea, and light rust stains, and is safe on all carpet fibers including wool. By using Rinse & Chemical Neutralizer through the extraction machine, it prevents the jets from clogging which could cause streaking during extraction.
Carpets that have been thoroughly rinsed and neutralized after cleaning feel softer and cleaner. This carpet rinse and neutralizer uses biodegradable surfactants which are safer for the environment compared to other commercial carpet rinses. This product contains citric acid which removes leftover mineral deposits and soap scum from carpet cleaners. When used after cleaning, this carpet rinse's slightly acidic pH prevents carpets from oxidizing (turning brown), neutralizes harsh alkali residues, and removes detergent residues.
There are three ways this product can be used:
1. Most carpet manufacturers cleaning recommendations state that the carpet should be sprayed using a prespray, or an extraction product on the carpet, allowing the chemical to dwell for 3-5 minutes to emulsify the greasy soil and dirt. Then follow up by diluting Rinse & Chemical Neutralizer in the extraction machine 2-3 oz. per gallon of water. Proceed to rinse.
2. Dilute Rinse & Chemical Neutralizer in a sprayer at a 2-3 oz. per gallon ratio and lightly mist over the previously cleaned carpet, allowing to dry simultaneously.
3. To remove chemical build-up on extremely soiled carpets, dilute Rinse & Chemical Neutralizer in an extraction machine, 2-3 oz. per gallon of water, and rinse the carpet before extraction, shampooing or bonnet buffing. Always test an inconspicuous area to determine colorfastness.