HydraMaster FastBreak is an ultra-concentrated blend (32-64:1) of solvents, surfactants, and builders that will make fast work of even the toughest traffic lanes.
HydraMaster FastBreak is a special blend of surfactants and is packed with soil busting, grease-cutting, and dissolving ingredients with an unbeatable cleaning power that out-cleans competitive products – at a safe pH of 9.5.
- Concentrated 32:1-64:1 dilution rate, using 4 oz. per gallon of water
- Highly effective on nylon and olefin fibers
- Quickly breaks down surface tension to allow detergents and rinse agents to clean deep down
- Make 33 RTU gallons with just one gallon of Fast Break
- pH in dilution is 9.0-9.5
- FastBreak may be used with Grease Breaker for oily soils or other difficult carpet restorations
- Available Sizes: 3.78ltr (1 US gallon)
- Always pre-test all cleaning solutions in an inconspicuous area for colorfastness prior to application.
- For increased efficiency, apply Fast Break with an injection sprayer to take advantage of solution pressure and heat created by your high-performance portable extractor or truckmount. You can also use a “pump-up” pressure sprayer or an electric or battery-powered sprayer. Apply in even overlapping patterns.
- For medium to heavy soiling, mix the one-part solution with 32 parts water (four ounces to a gallon/ .12 liters to 3.785 liters). For lighter soiling mix one-part solution with 64 parts water (2 ounces to a gallon/.06 liters to 3.785 liters) For a standard injection sprayer, mix the one-quart solution with four quarts of water into the five-quart container.
- For carpets with high levels of caked-on grease and oil contamination, consider boosting by adding two ounces of GreaseBreaker with each mixed gallon of Fast Break.
- Extract with a compatible alkaline extraction detergent or acid/neutralizing rinse. For faster cleaning, reduced fatigue, and more effective soil removal, extract with the RX-20 Rotary Extraction Tool. In furniture dense environments use the Evolution cleaning wand.
- For faster drying, especially in humid environments, consider the use of an axial, centrifugal, or downdraft air mover after cleaning.