Pro's Choice Natural Fiber Cleaner for Sisal, Wool, Cotton and Other Natural Fibers

Pro’s Choice Natural Fiber Cleaner for Wool and Sisal

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  • Designed to safely and thoroughly clean those difficult to clean natural textiles, such as Haitian and Natural Cotton that are prone to yellowing and browning.
  • It is the best product to use when wet-cleaning Sisal Rugs (including Jute Rugs) and Cotton rugs and carpet. It is also helpful in restoring fabrics that have been discolored due to improper cleaning procedures.
  • Natural Fiber Cleaner restores clean white color to dingy upholstery.
  • Natural Fiber Cleaner contains sodium bisulfite, a reducing bleach, builders and detergents. Not compatible with oxidizing bleaching agents such as hydrogen peroxide, Stain Magic, OSR, etc.
  • Natural Fiber Cleaner also helps to correct and/or prevent yellowing of carpets, especially berbers.
  • If a Sisal rug is severely soiled and you must wet clean, try cleaning with Natural Fiber Cleaner followed with protection by Sta-Clene®.
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  • Natural Fiber Cleaner for Carpets and Rugs by Pro’s Choice

    from Bane-Clene® Corp.

    Designed to safely and thoroughly clean those difficult to clean natural textiles,

    Natural Fiber Cleaner for Safely Cleaning Sisal, Wool, Cotton and Other Natural Fibers.

    Features and Benefits of Natural Fiber Cleaner:

    • Natural Fiber Cleaner is designed to safely and thoroughly clean those difficult to clean natural textiles, such as Haitian and Natural Cotton that are prone to yellowing and browning.
    • It is the best product to use when wet-cleaning Sisal Rugs (including Jute Rugs) and Cotton rugs and carpet. It is also helpful in restoring fabrics that have been discolored due to improper cleaning procedures.
    • Natural Fiber Cleaner restores clean white color to dingy upholstery.
    • Natural Fiber Cleaner contains sodium bisulfite, a reducing bleach, builders and detergents. Not compatible with oxidizing bleaching agents such as hydrogen peroxide, Stain Magic, OSR, etc.
    • Natural Fiber Cleaner also helps to correct and/or prevent yellowing of carpets, especially berbers.

    Properties & Specifications:

    • Restrictions on Use: Professional Use Only. Keep out of reach of children.
    • Form: White Free-Flowing Powder.
    • Odor: Mild.
    • Use pH: 7.
    • Storage: Keep container closed when not in use. Keep product dry in container.
    • Size: 6.25 pound Jugs.
    • Manufacturer: Pro’s Choice (CTI - Chemical Technologies International Inc.).
    • Country of Manufacture: United States of America.
    • Flammability: Non-flammable.
    Cotton Rug -
    Heavily Browned & Shrunken by
    Standard Cleaning

    Heavily Browned Cotton Rug after Standard Cleaning
    Cotton Rug -
    Browning Removed After
    Cleaning with Natural Fiber Cleaner

    Sisal / Jute Rug after Cleaning with Natural Fiber Cleaner

    Directions for cleaning carpets, rugs and upholstery with Natural Fiber Cleaner:

    • SIPHON-FEED TRUCKMOUNT CARPET CLEANING MACHINES:
      • Normal Cleaning: Dilute 1 1/2 lbs (3 cups) product into 5 gallon concentrate solution and run flow meter 3 to 4 GPH.
      • Corrective Cleaning: Double the concentration or increase flow meter to 5 to 6 GPH.
    • PORTABLES and NON SIPHON-FEED TRUCKMOUNTED CARPET CLEANING EQUIPMENT
      • Normal Cleaning: Add 1/2 cup product per 5 gallons of water.
      • Corrective Cleaning of stain damaged textiles: Double the concentration.

    Related Rug and Upholstery Cleaning Information and Articles:


    Click the “Usage & Tips” tab above for Detailed Article Titled “How to Clean, Care for, Protect Sisal Jute Rugs”.


    VIDEO: How to Clean Sisal and Jute Rugs

    If the Sisal rug is severely soiled and you must wet clean, try cleaning with Natural Fiber Cleaner followed with protection by Sta-Clene® protector.


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    How to Clean, Care for, Protect Sisal Jute Rugs

    Sisal rug samples

    Sisal rugs are for indoor use only and are often found in enclosed and screened-in porches. They should never be exposed to rainfall or allow to become water saturated. Sisal rugs SEVERELY brown and water stain!

    True Sisal is a natural fiber derived from the agave sisalana cactus plant, grown in semi-arid regions in Brazil and Mexico. Sisal is not the same fiber as coir or jute. Sisal is stronger and more durable than other natural fibers and is, therefore, preferred for Sisal Rugs. Other natural fibers used in making “Sisal” rugs are coir (coconut fibers), jute, hemp, kelp, seagrass from China and mountain grass from China.

    It is important during cleaning to control the amount of moisture. It is NOT recommended that Sisal be cleaned with a wet cleaning method. If the Sisal rug is severely soiled and you must wet clean, try cleaning with Natural Fiber Cleaner, which contains a reducing bleach to reduce the likelihood of water stains and browning.

    A rug or carpet protector should be applied to a Sisal or Jute rug before there is a chance of a spill to it that would be difficult, if not impossible, to remove. We suggest applying a solvent-based protector such as Sta-Clene®. Applying Protector will NOT GUARANTEE that your sisal will never stain, but it will reduce the chances should a spill occur. 

    Water-Stained Sisal Below:
    Water-stained Sisal Rug

    Examples of Sisal Rugs and
    What They Are Made Of:

    Sisal Rug - Hard to Extraction Clean Because of Rough Surface:
    Hard to Clean Jute Rug

    Latex Backing of Same Rug - Latex Keeps the rug from Unraveling and Falling Apart!
    Image of sisal rug backing

    Severely Browned Sisal Rug after Improper Cleaning:
    Browned Jute Rug

    The Same Severely Browned Sisal Rug AFTER Cleaning with Natural Fiber Cleaner:
    Rug cleaned with Natural Fiber Cleaner

    Jute Rugs Are Made from Jute Rope:

    Jute Rope

    Sisal Rug Made from Sea Kelp!:
    Sea Kelp Rug

    Chenille Bound Cloth Back Sisal Rug - The Chenille May Bleed!:
    Chenille bound sisal rug

    Very Difficult to Wet Clean Herringbone Pattern Sisal:
    Heringbone sisal rug

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    Date Modified: March 7, 2018

    Date Originally Published: June 6, 2017


    VIDEO: How to Clean Sisal and Jute Rugs

    If the Sisal rug is severely soiled and you must wet clean, try cleaning with Natural Fiber Cleaner followed with protection by Sta-Clene®.

    Use pH:7