Maxim S.O.S. Carpet and Rug Protector is specially designed to protect nylon or wool rugs and carpets without the use of smelly solvents, fluorochemicals, or re-soiling silicones.
It contains a highly concentrated, anti-staining polymer that coats fibers and prevents staining agents like red wine, juice, and cordial from permanently bonding to the carpet fiber.
Two additional ingredients, an anti-re-soiling, anti-wicking polymer, and an odor-neutralizing agent, ensure complete customer satisfaction. The anti-re-soiling polymer makes the fibers less “sticky”, causing soil that would normally attach to carpet fiber, to slide off instead so that it is then easily removed through vacuuming. A feature unique to Maxim S.O.S. Carpet and Rug Protector is the odor-neutralizing agent that helps eliminate unpleasant odors associated with wet carpet. This neutralizing agent is paired with a light citrus scent that creates the best smelling protector available. From the first smell to long-term protection against stains, Maxim S.O.S. Carpet and Rug Protector is the answer for technicians looking for a protector that is silicon, fluorochemical, and solvent-free.
STAINS: Protects wool and nylon fibers from stains without the use of solvents, fluorochemicals, or silicones.
ODORS: Contains neutralizing agents and a pleasant, citrus deodorizer to create a positive first impression.
SOILS: Special polymers help prevent re-soiling and keep carpets cleaner, longer.
- Dilution: Dilute by mixing 1 part concentrate protector with 4 parts water. Product covers 125 to 250 sq. mtrs. per concentrated 3.8 ltr.
- Coverage: 25 to 50 sq. mtrs. per diluted 3.8ltrs for damp or dry carpet. Coverage depends on carpet pile density; i.e. heavy pile residential requires 4ltrs per 25 sq. mtrs., low pile commercial requires 3.8ltrs per 48 sq. mtrs.
- Pre-test: Test white rugs or carpets in an inconspicuous place to see if the fiber dulls or yellows to any degree before proceeding. Dilute further with water if there is a possibility of an amber tint. If amber tint is present after the carpet dries it can be removed with a clear water rinse. 4
- Application: Apply to freshly cleaned carpet using an electric or battery-powered sprayer maintaining 35 to 50 psi with an 8004 TeeJet nozzle. Apply evenly over the entire carpet surface and then brush or rake the carpet. If the carpet is stiff after drying then vacuum or groom the carpet to remove stiffness.
RTU pH: 5.5 Dilution Ratios: Medium to Heavy Soil: 1:4