Fabric/Carpet Rinse



Product Specifications
Mild lime.
Slight green clear.
@ use 2.0-3.0.
4-6 ounces to 1 gallon of water.
Up to 6400 sq. ft. per gallon.
4/1 gallon case and 5 gallon container.
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Fabric/Carpet Rinse
A mild solution used as a final rinse to stabilize colors and minimize residues. For use in portable and truck-mounted extraction equipment. Can also be used on upholstery. Biodegradable. Contains EmulsolvĀ®.Neutralizes residues.
A mildly acidic rinse will neutralize alkaline residues helping to restore a softer hand and more luxurious feel after wet cleaning.

Stabilizes dyes.
Fabpro’s Fabric/Carpet Rinse lowers the overall pH in a textile helping to stabilized dyes.

Neutralizes urine deposits.
The developing alkaline salt deposits of aging urine can be effectively neutralized with Fabric/Carpet Rinse. Fabric/Carpet Rinse is effective in dissolving urine residue prior to deodorization.

Reduces browning.
By removing alkaline residues and lowering the pH of a rinsed item, browning can be effectively prevented. May be used as a final rinse or as an additive to lower the pH of a ready to use cleaning solution.

Economical to use.

Easy-to-use directions:
For oriental rugs and carpet: when using portable equipment add 6 ounces (1:21 dilution) to each gallon of plain water to rinse after shampooing with Fabpro’s Oriental Rug Shampoo, or as a final step to cleaning carpets. For truckmount equipment, add 2 quarts per 5 gallons of water.
For Upholstery: when using portable equipment add 4 ounces to each gallon of plain water to rinse fabric as the final step in a wet cleaning process. Can be sprayed on surface as the final step to prevent browning or to stabilize dyes.
For Urine Deposits: mix 6 ounces of Fabric/Carpet Rinse per gallon of water and spray area until saturated. After 10 minutes clean area with a hot water extraction system preferably using an enzyme product. Then deodorize fabric with a Fabpro Kill Odor product.


pH: (ready to use) 2.0-3.0.

Conveniently packaged.
Available in 4/1 gallon case or economical 5 gallon container.