Internal Spray 17" Crevice Tools

Internal Spray Carpet and Upholstery Cleaning Crevice Tools

Item # 32820



  • Cannot be ordered on line.
  • Please call us at 800-428-9512 to order.
  • Clean those extra light areas between obstacles.
  • Internal spray feature means no dripping.
  • Ideal for removing soil filtration lines


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  • Internal Spray Crevice Tools for Carpet and Upholstery Cleaning

    from Bane-Clene® Corp.

    Internal Spray Crevice Tool for Carpet Soil Filtration Lines

    Internal crevice tools are ideal for using with PC-45 Spotter to remove black soil filtration lines.

     
    Internal Spray Crevice Tool for Carpet Soil Filtration Lines

    Features and Benefits of Both Crevice Tools:

    • Choice of 17 or 56 inch length.
    • Clean those extra light areas between obstacles.
    • Internal spray feature means no dripping.
    • Spray is contained within the tool.
    • Thumb slide vacuum release.
    • Vinyl grip to protect your hand.
    • Padded assist handle.
    • All stainless steel including nuts and bolts.
    • Stainless jet welded to stainless tubing.
    • Ideal for removing soil filtration lines.
    • Catalog Number for Internal Spray 17 Inch Crevice Tool: 32820.
    • Catalog Number for Internal Spray 56 Inch Crevice Tool: 32822 - 56 inch length allows you to do all your edge cleaning from a standing position
    • NOTE: Requires 1 each #21193 reducer cuff, Male Coupler #21100 and Bushing #20320 to adapt directly to the Bane-Clene solution and vacuum lines. 1 each # 52118 1/4" close nipple and # 21112 1/4" male Nipple required to adapt directly to most portable extractors. Purchased separately.
    • Cannot be ordered on line.
    • Please call us at 800-428-9512 to order.

    Click the “Usage & Tips” tab above for article titled “Filtration Lines on Carpet”.


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    What Causes Filtration Soil Black Lines on Carpet around the Edges and How to Remove them?

    Soil Filtration on carpet

    Soil filtration lines will appear as dark broad lines on carpet along walls, stairways, around furnace vents and under doors.

    Soil filtration on carpet has become a common problem today because homes are much more airtight than in the past and because aromatherapy and burning of candles is so popular today. In fact, an internet search using the search engine Google with the search term “aromatherapy candles soot” will bring up several horror stories of severe soot formation in homes and offices where burning of candles is practiced.

    This is not a carpet defect, but a situation in which dust and other airborne pollutants such as soot from burning candles or from poorly ventilated fireplaces can accumulate on the carpet face fibers in areas with a concentrated flow of air over the carpet or through tiny cracks or other open areas under the carpet. The soiling condition can occur quickly, or it may develop over a period of months or years. The level of soiling is dependent upon the volume of airflow and the level of pollutants in the air. The pictures to the right are from a Bane-Clene customer illustrating a severe case of soil filtration on carpet.

    Filtration soiling is not a result of the quality of carpet selected. The condition will obviously appear more pronounced on lighter colorations than darker colorations.

    Carpet Soil Filtration LinesFiltration soil areas may appear around baseboards, under doors, along the edges of stairs and possibly away from walls where plywood subflooring materials have been joined. It may also occur under the skirting of furniture. Generally, the concentrated air flow will be from an upper level to a lower level of the home.

    As indicated, filtration soiling can occur under closed interior doors where a central heating, ventilation, and air condition (HVAC) system is utilized. When possible, open interior doors to reduce filtration soiling that may develop under closed doors while the HVAC system is in operation.

    Filtration soil may be from fireplace or automobile emissions, residue from furniture polishes, fine sand or clay particles, cooking oils, or a host of other soils or a combination of soils.

    Oily airborne contaminants trapped by carpet fibers will serve to attract more dry soil.

    They are caused by airflow over & through the carpet that allows fine airborne soils to be pulled into the carpet fibers.

    It is difficult to identify effective methods to reduce or prevent filtration soiling. Preventing airflow through carpet and carpet edges by sealing cracks in the subfloor, as well as under baseboards and edges of stairs, may reduce filtration soiling problems. Keeping air inside the home as clean as possible can be accomplished by reducing indoor air pollutants, such as cooking emissions, fireplace smoke, burning candles, cigarette smoke and emissions from cleaning chemicals; and by the installation and regular replacement of high efficiency HVAC air filters.

    While no one cleaning technique may be successful in all filtration soiling situations, recent innovations in soil- and stain-resist treatments applied to carpet have reduced the effort previously needed to remove the filtration soil. However, the complete removal of contaminants from the soiled areas can be complicated, depending on the type of contaminant materials present. To achieve the best results, the services of a truck-mounted Bane-Clene carpet cleaning professional should be considered.

    Filtration soil is a complex mix of very fine even microscopic chemical particulates such as carbon, sulfur, oxides and silica soil plus oils. This very fine soil strongly attaches to carpet fibers. To break these soil fiber bonds and rinse the soil away, you must:

    1. Internal Spray Crevice Tool for Carpet Soil Filtration LinesApply PC-45 Spotter to stained fibers.
    2. Agitate the treated areas gently but thoroughly.
    3. Thoroughly hot water extraction clean away soil.
    4. Internal Spray Crevice Tools are best used with the PC-45 Spotter and extractor to remove this difficult soil.
    5. Be careful not to damage the wall, baseboard or other surface! If need be, use a shim of some kind to prevent damage (cardboard, plastic, metal piece)
    6. If a visible discoloration remains that resists treatment apply Urine Stain Remover in a trigger or pump sprayer.
    7. Apply ARA Anti-Wicking Agent to retard future accumulation of soil.

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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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    Date Published: February 17, 2016

    Date Modified: February 16, 2019