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The Raw Ingredients that Power Improved Cleaning: Agent #9 SUPER SURFACTANT!

One pizza company used the effective branding statement, “Better Ingredients Makes Better Pizza”. This statement holds true to making better cleaning…

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Guidelines for Choosing a Good Cleaning Formulation that You Probably Won’t Find on Social Media

We monitor several social media platforms to provide technical information, answer questions about our products and better understand our customers.…

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Chemistry

The Value of Third Party Eco-Certifications to the Cleaning and Restoration Professional

It is hard to believe that it has been more than 30 years since the first eco-certification program was launched. Eco-certified technology has come a…

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Chemistry Business sustainability

What Makes Urine Glow Even After Cleaning?

Does this sound familiar?

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Chemistry

Accidents Happen! Here's What You Should Do When You Get Acid on Stainless Steel

Stainless steel is sensitive to any acid. Even common such as orange juice are acidic enough to make permanent etches on some stainless steel.

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Chemistry

The Trifecta of Cleaning Agents

Chemistry is the basis for presprays, rinses as well as spot and stain removers. Different formulations will be more appropriate for use on some…

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Chemistry

Specialized Cleaning Agents

Appropriate chemistry is the basis for pre-sprays, rinses, spot and stain removers, deodorizers, protectors, etc. Different formulations will be more…

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Chemistry

Chemical Testing

Every carpet cleaner goes through product testing, whether intentionally or unintentionally. Unfortunately, conclusions are generally based on…

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Chemistry

Liquids Versus Powders

The three primary building blocks of cleaning formulations are solvents, surfactants, and builders (acidic or alkaline). All solvents are in liquid…

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Chemistry

Clearing up Common Misunderstandings Between Enzymes and Bacteria

There is much confusion in our industry between enzymes and bacteria. For example, products use enzyme in the name when the product actually contains…

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