Pro-Solve Liquid (7 oz. tin with applicator) by Pro's Choice from Bane-Clene®

Pro's Choice Pro-Solve Liquid Solvent Spotter for Removing Oily Stains from Carpets and Rugs

Item # 30527



  • Pro-Solve Liquid will dissolve foam blocks! Be sure to rinse thoroughly after use!
  • Meets VOC standards in all 50 states!


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  • Pro's Choice Pro-Solve Liquid Solvent Spotter

    Pro-Solve Liquid is a general adhesive, tar, and paint remover.

    Remove these spots and stains on carpets, rugs and upholstery with Pro-Solve Liquid:


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    Click the "Usage and TIPS" tab above for detailed Directions.

    How to remove oily and greasy spots and stains from carpets with Pro-Solve Liquid:

    • Ink Removal: LIBERALLY wet the ink deposit and the area extending one inch around the deposit with Stain Magic. Apply Pro-Solve Liquid to the ink and gently, but thoroughly, agitate the deposit with a Carpet Shark or a bone scraper. As deposit dissolves, the Stain magic will remove its color. Alternate applications of Stain Magic and Pro-Solve Liquid as needed. Extraction rinse and blot dry to finish.
    • General Usage: Apply to contamination. Agitate gently to dissolve contamination and blot up with a dry, absorbent cloth.

    Meets VOC standards in all 50 states.

    WARNING: Pro-Solve Liquid will dissolve foam blocks! Be sure to rinse thoroughly after use!


    VIDEO: How to Remove Cosmetics, Lipstick and Fingernail Polish Stains from Carpet

    The Bane-Clene® chemist demonstrates at a spotting class for carpet cleaning companies how to remove cosmetics from carpet.

    VIDEO: How to Remove Tough Ink from Carpet and Upholstery

    Presentation at a Bane-Clene training class by Bane-Clene's chemist on how to remove ball point pen, permanent ink, theft deterrent ink and Hi-Liter from carpet.

    VIDEO: How to Remove Oily Soils from Carpet

    Video from a Bane-Clene carpet spot and stain removal class for carpet cleaners on how to Remove Oily Soils from carpet such as petroleum oil, grease, paint, glue, etc.

    VIDEO: How to remove paint from carpet by Bane-Clene®

    Video from a Bane-Clene carpet cleaning training class for professional carpet cleaners by Bane-Clene's chemist, Don Terry, on how to remove paint from carpet.

    Use Concentration:Undiluted
    Use pH:7
    Note:May not be shipped by air.