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Steve, listen to this idea
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I have been using enzymes lately for urine.

They work but they also wick and leave a sticky residue. This means I have to return to fix those issues some other day.

What if we had a enzyme that did not wick nor did not leave the residue?

I dont care what it smells like.
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OK wait.... I do care what it smells like.

I do not want it to smell like urine.

Outside of that... I do not care what it smells like.


so the treehuggers can have it smell like Alaska or something.
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Quote:I do not want it to smell like urine
picky picky! Tongue
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I have experimented with enzymes... Personally, I don't like the results they give compared to Oxidizers such as VacAway Urine Eraser or VacAway PeeRadicator.

I can create an enzyme product that will not leave stickiness. However, I don't think the enzyme product would sell very well as it would be expensive with the added polymers. IMO, oxidizers are just much better for odor removal.
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I agree totally.

(what did he say?)

The issue I am trying to solve is the return visit.

Maybe I should go buy a wetvac.

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why not 'just charge for it' Phil? If it takes 2 trips or 3 - whatever, it costs what it costs to do it beautiful doesn't it?

Con
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Why not just use what Steve said and finish it in one trip?

I've never had to go back for wicking or anything like that since using Steve's stuff.

Why so set on Enzymes?
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(05-04-2011, 09:38 AM)Con Schultz Wrote: why not 'just charge for it' Phil? If it takes 2 trips or 3 - whatever, it costs what it costs to do it beautiful doesn't it?

Con

agreed We always built two trips into our price to begin with. Most of the time it only took one trip, but when it did we didn't mind cuz it was already paid for. dance
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Hell, I like to charge for 3 or 4 trips then. Toot Horn
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Because the homes are empty and for rent.

You guys can build 50 trips if you want to...my gas went to 4 bucks.

Try passing that onto a property manager.

I just was thinking since steve is a genius ...
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I see then, your client decides how well or not well you do the quality of your service. I get that.

(Adding PeeRadicator etc to prespray works well when you only need to deal with face yarn issues.)

I know I conscientiously choose not to do property management partially because of that issue, also their price is preset, so that limits what I can possibly do for them as well on a basic clean.

can one assume that when you get paid x bucks for that property, you have x minutes to get it done & they get what they get?

Con
just ribbing you Phil! I know its measured.
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Con - would you just shut the ---- up? Sheese ...

Phil:
Why not just flood the urine with P-rox?
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Flood with perox...

That might just work huh.

Thanks Pig Man.

Steve.... not that I don't trust Marty but can you enlighten me and other readers why this would or would not work?

Now I am not talking gallons of urine. Those warrant busting out the porty.

But when Rover hit the same area a few times or when he had to unload several ounces at one time and the contamination has hit the pad/floor...

would saturating the area with Peroxcellent work? and do so without wicking/sticky?

Marty, I really never even thought of that so thanks.
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edit: I changed my mind
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What changed and why?
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Learn the Power of Colloidal Silver .....You Must

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Phil over the years I've found that it helps if you draw Porkfritter a picture.

Visual aids can never be over estimated when splaining it to Lucy. Tongue



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(05-04-2011, 11:39 AM)mikecharles Wrote: Learn the Power of Colloidal Silver .....You Must

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Comparing colloidal silver to P-rox is like talking to John Geurkink as compared to having an intelligent discussion with Steve. bump

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Collodial silver give me a break that is so back woods kEnTuCkY.


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You're in trouble now Mike, Marty called his daddy in on you! Tongue
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