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Mixing in Peroxcellent
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I have been reading alot about how guys are mixing Peroxcellent in to boost their regualr juice my question is how much are you guys mixing in ? and are you cutting back on the amount of your regualr cleaner ?
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(05-10-2011, 01:02 PM)bigchuckie Wrote: I have been reading alot about how guys are mixing Peroxcellent in to boost their regualr juice my question is how much are you guys mixing in ? and are you cutting back on the amount of your regualr cleaner ?

For best stain removal, deodorization and results it should be the other way around. If you must mix two together, do not cut down on the amount of Peroxcellent used, (use it 10 oz per gallon). Add your booster such as Intensity Red, Intensity GREEN or Spot-N-Boost to the 10oz per gallon of Peroxcellent
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(05-10-2011, 02:24 PM)Steve Smith Wrote:
(05-10-2011, 01:02 PM)bigchuckie Wrote: I have been reading alot about how guys are mixing Peroxcellent in to boost their regualr juice my question is how much are you guys mixing in ? and are you cutting back on the amount of your regualr cleaner ?

For best stain removal, deodorization and results it should be the other way around. If you must mix two together, do not cut down on the amount of Peroxcellent used, (use it 10 oz per gallon). Add your booster such as Intensity Red, Intensity GREEN or Spot-N-Boost to the 10oz per gallon of Peroxcellent

That's how I do it.
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Yeah, I agree with Steve too. dance
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(05-10-2011, 03:54 PM)Pigchip Wrote: Yeah, I agree with Steve too. dance

And I agree with piggy and Booboo.


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And perhaps most important, mix it right before you're going to use it as the peroxide degrades rather quickly once boosted from what I remember reading.
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(05-10-2011, 05:32 PM)Grant D Wrote: And perhaps most important, mix it right before you're going to use it as the peroxide degrades rather quickly once boosted from what I remember reading.

so who are you agreeing with?

You do understand this is a chain email... and breaking it will bring a dead, mean@$$ cat back to life. The one buried by your back door.
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I agree with me....and that doesn't happen very often.
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thanks I wasn't sure if it should have been less.
Nick
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(05-10-2011, 05:32 PM)Grant D Wrote: And perhaps most important, mix it right before you're going to use it as the peroxide degrades rather quickly once boosted from what I remember reading.

What about left over Perox mix left in a sprayer for a couple of days? No boost added, just pure Perox mix? Will it be fine for the next job?
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I add some 40 volume peroxide to the mix if it has set for a few days.

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(05-12-2011, 04:40 PM)thearmedjanitor Wrote:
(05-10-2011, 05:32 PM)Grant D Wrote: And perhaps most important, mix it right before you're going to use it as the peroxide degrades rather quickly once boosted from what I remember reading.

What about left over Perox mix left in a sprayer for a couple of days? No boost added, just pure Perox mix? Will it be fine for the next job?

Steve said it will last on it's own (mixed) for a long time.

I've used it after 4 or 5 days and it worked fine.
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(05-12-2011, 06:20 PM)Brian R Wrote:
(05-12-2011, 04:40 PM)thearmedjanitor Wrote:
(05-10-2011, 05:32 PM)Grant D Wrote: And perhaps most important, mix it right before you're going to use it as the peroxide degrades rather quickly once boosted from what I remember reading.

What about left over Perox mix left in a sprayer for a couple of days? No boost added, just pure Perox mix? Will it be fine for the next job?

Steve said it will last on it's own (mixed) for a long time.

I've used it after 4 or 5 days and it worked fine.

Thanks brother, I appreciate it, by the way, do you upsell protector? If you do what protector do you use, we are gonna be pushing this hard, thanks.
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I do upsell protector.

I use Scotchgard because of the name recognition.

People "ask for it by name" lol.....But they really do.

I prop open the front door with it so they can see the pretty gallon jug.

I motion to it as I'm asking them if they would like to have me "re-apply" their factory protectant with Scotchgard.

On some jobs I just add it into the price and say "To clean AND re-apply the factory protectant with Scotchgard it will be $$$"

If they don't want it...I can always take it off the ticket.

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