1 l = £1.60
Evans EXTRACT - Low Foam Perfumed Carpet Shampoo
Evan Extract Low Foam Carpet Shampoo removes soil and leaves carpets and fabrics clean and fresh.
Evans low foam is for use in extraction machines and can also be used as a pre-sprayed treatment for badly soiled carpets prior to shampoo.
- Concentrated low foam shampoo for removing dirt & stains from carpets & upholstery.
- For use in conjunction with hot water extraction machines.
- Contains an appealing perfume.
- Leaves fabrics clean, residue free & smelling fresh in one operation.
- Recommended for the pre-spray treatment of badly soiled carpets prior to shampooing.
- Suitable for colourfast carpets & upholstery.
- Economical in use.
- Ideal for use in soft or hard water areas.
- Low Environmental Impact Product see - www.evansgreentick.com
HOW TO USE
Dilute 1:10 parts hot water (50ml per 500ml hand spray)
Spray heavily soiled areas & traffic lanes prior to shampooing.
Dilute 1:160 parts hot water (30ml per 5lt)
For excessive soiling increase dilution to 60ml per 5lt.
Clean carpet starting at the area furthest from the entrance.
Spray solution onto the carpet with the carpet wand, using long overlapping strokes followed by 2 or 3 dry passes to extract the liquid & leave the carpet as dry as possible.
When the carpet is completely dry, vacuum to raise the pile.
For more detailed information please refer to EVANS GUIDE TO CARPET CARE & EVANS TRAINING SUPPORT DVD
Appearance: Clear blue liquid
pH - undiluted: 11.8
Shelf life: Not less than 3 years
Contains a blend of amphoteric surfactant, nonionic
surfactant, sequestering agent, sodium silicate, solvent,
perfume & dye.
All surfactants used in Evans Vanodine products comply
with the current European Regulations concerning
biodegradability and protection of the environment.
This product is manufactured in the U.K. by EVANS
VANODINE INTERNATIONAL PLC under an ISO 9001
Quality Management System Cert. No. FM 09535 and an
ISO 14001 Environmental Management System Cert. No.
EMS 506072 registered by the British Standards Institution.