Chemspec® Enz All™ Enzymatic Prespray, Heavy Soil and Grease Digester
from Bane-Clene® Corp.
Enz-All Is Designed for the Toughest Protein Related Stains, especially for Restaurant Carpet. Enz-All is a unique blend of surfactants, solvents and enzymes that quickly break down tough organic soils allowing for easy removal from the surface through catalytic action of the enzymes.
Chemspec Enz-All Traffic Lane Spotter Enzymatic Action Breaks Down Tough Organic Soils Such as:
Chemspec Enz-All Carpet Cleaning Prespray Dilutions:
- Heavy Soil: Mix 3 ounces of powder in 1 gallon of hot water.
- Moderate soil: Mix 2 ounces. of powder (1 1/2 scoops) in 1 gallon of hot water.
- Light Soil: 1 1/2 scoops to 1 gallon water; scoop included with product.
- For Synthetic Carpet: Mix 2 scoops of Enz All with 1 gallon of hot water stir until blended.
- For Wool Carpet: Mix 1 scoop of Enz All with 1 gallon of hot water stir until blended.
- For Restaurant and Restroom Floors: Mix 2 scoops of Enz All with 1 gallon of hot water stir until blended.
- For Sheet Vinyl and VCT Tile: Mix 1 scoop of Enz All with 1 gallon of hot water stir until blended.
- Hard Surfaces Organic Soils, Oils and Restroom Urine Issues: Mix Enz All as directed in a mop bucket. Mop on to floor, then scrub using a rotary scrubber or small self contained unit. Rinse floor with fresh warm water and pour down grease trap drain.
- Carpet Organic Soils and Oils: Mix Enz All as directed and apply to carpet using a pump type sprayer or pressure sprayer (not recommended for use in Hydro-Force type units), brush into pile and allow a 5 minute dwell time. Extract using PCA™ Formula 4 or 5.
- For Restroom Tile around Urinals and Toilets: Mop down, allow a five minute dwell time then rinse mop. Apply Urine Contamination Treatment after cleaning with a mop and allow floor to dry.
- If Using an Injection Sprayer: Dilute 12-18 ounces of Enz-All in 5 quarts hot water. Be certain ALL the powder is dissolved before putting into injection sprayer jug or you may permanently clog the sprayer!
- As a Spotter: To use as a protein spotter, mix one scoop of Enz-All to one-quart hot water. Enz-All works well even at room temperatures and is superior in performance on all food-related stains. If using on blood stains allow the solution to cool before use. Effectively removes blood, vomit, grass and food stains from carpet.
Properties and Specifications for Enz-All:
- Form: Off-white, free-flowing powdered concentrate.
- Undiluted Shelf Life: Enz All has an indefinite shelf life when undiluted.
- Diluted Shelf-Life: Enz-All is effective for 12-24 hours in dilution and has an indefinite shelf life when undiluted. It is always best to mix fresh.
- Coverage: Up to 2,000 square feet per pound.
- Use pH: 11.5 - 12.5.
- Fragrance: Floral
- Safe for Stain-Resist Carpet?: Not safe for stain-resist nylon carpet such as StainMaster® because pH is over 10.
- Size: 6 pound jar.
- Manufacturer: Chemspec
- Catalog Number: 61400.
How To Clean Carpets with Enz-All:
- Use Temperature: Enz-All requires mixing in hot water of 120 degrees to 180 degrees Fahrenheit to active the catalytic action of the enzymes.
- For wool carpet: Mix 1 scoop of Enz-All with 1 gallon of hot water stir until blended.
- For restaurant and restroom floors: Mix 3 oz of Enz-All with 1 gallon of hot water stir until blended.
- For carpet organic soils and oils: Mix Enz-All as directed and apply to carpet using a pump type sprayer or pressure sprayer, brush into pile and allow a 5 minute dwell time. Extract.
- If using on blood stains, allow the solution to cool before use.
- Shake solution prior to use. Prespray carpet with solution, brush or rake in, and allow to dwell for 5-10 minutes before cleaning.
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