Pro's Choice Pro-Zyme+ Enzyme Carpet Traffic Lane Cleaner Pre Spray - 6.5 lb. Jar

Pro’s Choice Pro-Zyme+ PowdPro’s Choice Pro-Zyme+ from Bane-Clene® Powdered Enzyme Prespray, Grease Digester and Protein Spotter

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  • Pro-Zyme Prespray, Grease Digester and Protein Spotter is especially effective for cleaning restaurant, kitchen and dining room carpets
  • NOTE: 180° degrees maximum! May be mixed with Energy for extremely greasy, oily carpet and olefin!


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  • Pro’s Choice Pro-Zyme+ Carpet Prespray & Spotter

    from Bane-Clene® Corp.

    Cleaning a greasy steakhouse restaurant carpet

    Pro-Zyme+ is a Powdered Enzyme Prespray, Grease Digester and Protein Spotter

    The “PLUS” stands for the highest level of active ingredients that can be built into a traffic lane pre-spray powder. No fillers or carbonates are used to reduce the cost of the product. When you use Pro-Zyme+, you will be using 100% hi-performance chemistry blended with soil gobbling enzymes to give you the best performance ever.

    Pro-Zyme+ is a super concentrate detergent-enzyme blend formulated to quickly and safely digest and break down the toughest heavy soil and grease and biological contamination (blood, vomit, etc.)

    Enzymes work as catalysts in this high performance pre-spray to speed the breakdown of stubborn proteins and /or oily soils typically found in restaurants and around kitchen areas. Pre-spray these areas with Pro-Zyme+ for maximum cleaning results.

    Pro-Zyme+ is very effective as a spot and stain remover on blood, milk, eggs and other protein stains.

    Properties of Pro-Zyme+

    • Use Concentration: 2 oz./gal.
    • Use pH: 10

    Directions for Cleaning Carpet with Pro-Zyme Prespray:

    • Mix 2 ounces Pro-Zyme+ per gallon of hot water. Spray onto soiled areas of carpet.
    • For use in the Injection Sprayer, THOROUGHLY dissolve 16 ounces Pro-Zyme+ in the 5 quart Injection Sprayer jug with hot water.
    • Pro-Zyme+ is fast acting and requires only a short time to break down cooking grease and soil. Follow with normal extraction.
    • May be mixed with Energy Prespray Booster for extremely greasy, oily carpet and olefin!
    • NOTE: 180° degrees maximum!

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    Click the “Usage & Tips” tab above for a related article titled “How To Remove Blood Spots & Stains From Carpets and Rugs”.


    VIDEO: How to Remove Blood, Vomit and Feces from Carpet by Bane-Clenereg;

    Professional Methods for Removing Blood, Vomit and Feces from Carpet. From a carpet spot & stain removal seminar for professional carpet cleaning companies by Bane-Clene's chemist at the Bane-Clene training center in Indianapolis.

    VIDEO: How to Remove Milk, Eggs, Cooking Grease Stains on Carpet

    Video from a Bane-Clene carpet spot and stain removal class for carpet cleaning companies by Bane-Clene's chemist, Don Terry

    VIDEO: Bane-Clene Cleaning Steakhouse Restaurant

    Greasy Restaurant Carpet Cleaned with Bane-Clene Para-Mount® Truck-Mount Carpet Cleaning Machine with Pro-Zyme Prespray applied through an Injection Sprayer and cleaned with PCA™ Formula 4 Detergent .

    VIDEO: What are Carpet Cleaning Presprays, Pretreatments or Traffic Lane Spotters?

    A carpet cleaning traffic lane spotter or prespray is a pretreatment chemical solution applied to certain areas of the carpet in advance of the carpet cleaning extraction process.

    VIDEO: Cleaning Carpet Restaurant with Pro-Zyme Carpet Prespray & Spotter by One Way Carpet & Upholstery Care Cleaning

    Example of Cleaning Restaurant Carpet with Bane-Clene® Equipment and Detergents Courtesy of One Way Carpet & Upholstery Care Cleaning - Courtesy of Jason Boone, owner of One Way Carpet & Upholstery Care Cleaning in Geneseo, IL

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    How To Remove Blood Spots & Stains From Carpets and Rugs

    Blood stain on carpet

    When removing blood from a carpet or rug, remember that blood is a biohazard. Protect yourself accordingly and treat it according to EPA guidelines.

    1. IMPORTANT: Do not use high temperature cleaning or heat activated stain removal procedures on these types of stains.
    2. If human blood, wear full skin and eye protection!
    3. Remove these stains as follows:
    4. If a customer has called you for blood stain removal on carpet or rug, suggest that he or she immediately dry blot, wet blot and then leave a moist weighted white towel on the area overnight to prevent a wicking problem and to make removal easier and more probable.
    5. If deposit is heavy enough to have soaked through backing and into the pad, replace the contaminated pad and clean carpet backing as below.
    6. Mix Pro’s Choice Pro-Zyme according to label directions on jug.
    7. Apply solution to blood stain on the carpet or rug to thoroughly wet stained fibers.
    8. Gently but thoroughly agitate fibers to break up and emulsify deposit.
    9. Dwell time will help the biochemistry work for you here - leave at least thirty minutes.
    10. Thoroughly rinse via warm water extraction (do not use an acid rinsing agent here).
    11. If extremely heavy, use the Water Claw® Sub-Surface Spot Lifter to more thoroughly flush out the blood.
    12. Stain Magic® treatment is sometimes required - or even OSR.
    13. Apply Pro’s Choice Stain Blotter to absorb any wicking that might occur during drying.
    14. When spot is dry, vacuum thoroughly.
    15. Treat all materials used such as towels as a biohazard and dispose of at a medical waste treatment facility.
    16. OSHA standard 1910.1030 covers worker exposure to blood borne disease-causing organisms (also called the “blood borne pathogen rule”). Training, record-keeping, protective clothing, vaccinations and many other standards are required if your employees are likely to be exposed to such a problem particularly in doctors or dental offices, clinics, nursing homes, hospitals or other health care facilities. The standard also covers restoration services dealing with cleanup after suicides, violent crimes, etc. The rule is designed to protect employees from the danger of infection.
    17. Assume that all human blood is infected with HIV virus. Protect your skin with rubber gloves. Wear eye protection. Treat all materials used such as towels as a biohazard and dispose of at a medical waste treatment facility.
    18. For large amounts of blood in the waste tank, add 2 gallons of chlorine bleach to the recovery tank and allow it to kill any bacteria and viruses, letting the bleach work on the solution for several hours before dumping. NOTE: Flush the waste tank thoroughly to prevent corrosion of the welds by the bleach!

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    Bane-Clene Paper CatalogFree packet of information about Bane-Clene can be obtained by calling toll-free 1-800-428-9512 (U.S. ONLY!). Your information packet will include a full color catalog and price addendum. Packets will arrive in approximately 2 weeks through standard United States Mail.

    You can also order the packet at the Catalog Request Form.


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    VIDEO: How to Remove Blood, Vomit and Feces from Carpet by Bane-Clene

    Professional Methods for Removing Blood, Vomit and Feces from Carpet. From a carpet spot & stain removal seminar for professional carpet cleaning companies by Bane-Clene's chemist at the Bane-Clene training center in Indianapolis.

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    Copyright: Bane-Clene® Corp.

    Date Published: November 10, 2014

    Date Modified: February 26, 2018

    Use Concentration:2 oz./gal.
    Use pH:10