Forum Title: All fiber rinse low PH
Are any of you guys using a low PH rinse and if you are which one are you using and what is the ph?http://www.carpet-cleaning-diamond-bar.com
Category: Carpet Post By: RUSSELL CRUZ (Waco, TX), 02/09/2019

Yes. For example this needs it...http://www.miscoprod.com/2005/produc..._Sanitizer.pdf I use this...http://www.miscoprod.com/2005/produc...eutralizer.pdf

- JIMMIE BALL (Great Falls, MT), 03/19/2019

pH is such a ratio between acid and base. lol JK sorry , i don't use pH.

- BETTY THOMAS (San Antonio, TX), 05/05/2019

Quote: Originally Posted by pasadena View Post Are any of you guys using a low PH rinse and if you are which one are you using and what is the ph?http://www.carpet-cleaning-diamond-bar.com A low ph rinse would be used to balance out the PH when a carpet becomes oxidized. Example.... carpet looks blotchy or streaks of gray throughout the carpet. The acid wash will help cure this problem. You can use citric acid in a dry 'sugar like' form and mix it with water. Please be careful because this can leave a sticky residue if not mixed right. Also test your solution with PH paper, it should be in the red from 6 down to about 4.5. On the gray or brownish oxidation the solution will work fast, on yellow where a rug has covered the carpet and it got wet somehow, the solution will take time to work. There are many other brown out products that will work, just follow the directions. brown out problems can look gray, yellow, or brownish with a line like a water mark. some plant stains can be a fix with this product, and then again some plant stains cant.

- CRYSTAL COLEMAN (Allen, TX), 03/19/2019

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