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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote MR. STEAMER Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 19/October/2005 at 7:36pm
I guess he over sprays a little... or he ment just incase he does
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Somtimes if you dont wipe it off and it dries it could leave a white residue on furniture.  Not somthing we want to get called back for.   If you read the back of the product it says to do so.      Maybe they wrote that for the heck of it?       
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Maybe your company should mask room out to prevent overspray?
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oh lordy lordy...

lets move on

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the problem I see with using 3m Scotchguard is that the average Joe can buy it like Cosco and the like. So as a add-on sale itd kinda hard. wouldn't you'all think?

Both have their pros and con. Scotchguard is oil based, teflon is water based.

I'll let in experienced cleaners sort-out the difference.

 

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3M makes SCOTCHGARD. I don't know what Scothguard is? a genaric. All 3M Scotchgard is not solvent based either.
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doug... I think this guy is a newbie or a noob  to the carpet cleaning industry...

who would buy equipment or cleaning agents from costco???

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Originally posted by doug doug wrote:

3M makes SCOTCHGARD. I don't know what Scothguard is? a genaric. All 3M Scotchgard is not solvent based either.
Oh I'm sorry its Scotchgard not Scotchguard.

 

Maybe you should start putting TM ( Trademark ) with the way your talking.

3M TM Scotchgard that is...

 

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I can see now why you don't offer the product?
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Teflon is really Gully thats why we use it. Just ask Stienhart.
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