Professional Tips & Tricks of the Carpet Cleaning Industry – Dry Chemical Sponge

From time to time you may find yourself attempting to remove an oily substance from a very delicate upholstered fabric. Aggressive chemicals can leave you feeling apprehensive about rubbing the stain too hard or disrupting the fabrics appearance using an inadequate brush. A safe and effective procedure is to rub the area with a dry chemical sponge or (soot sponge). You may find complete success. For instance, this works especially well on soil removal from an upholstered headboard on a bed.

This sponge is a "special" dry chemically impregnated sponge which scoops up and absorbs dirt and soot into it's pores.

A chemically treated dry sponge is a synthetic sponge sold into the fire/restoration industry. This type of chemically treated sponge is effective at removing soot off of walls, ceilings and other objects prior to the cleaning process.

Kleen Kuip Supply Mart Inc.
New and Used Professional Carpet Cleaning and Restoration Equipment

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