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Swissvax Fabric

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Swissvax Fabric is a textile cleaning concentrate designed to be mixed in sparkling water before use (the use of sparkling water encourages the release of deeply ingrained grime from treated surfaces). Swissvax Fabric facilitates safe and effortless cleaning of upholstery, carpets, headliners and fabric convertible tops, and is ideal for use prior to the application of proofing treatments. Safe, effective and easy to use, Swissvax Fabric is an excellent choice for cleaning and freshening up fabric surfaces.

Key Features

Agitation RequiredYes(See How To Use)
Cleaning Strength8/10(Compared To Others)
DilutableUp To 3:1(Water:Product)

Description

Swissvax Fabric is a concentrated cleaning agent for fabric surfaces that is designed to be diluted with carbonated mineral water in a Swissvax Mixing Bottle prior to use. The diluted solution can then be sprayed on for quick, easy and ultra-safe cleaning of upholstery, carpets, headliners and fabric convertible tops. The advantage that Swissvax Fabric offers over foam-based fabric cleaners is that it can be applied more evenly, avoiding any chance of leaving application rings on the surfaces being cleaned.

Specification

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Agitation Required Yes
Chemical Basis Detergent-based
Cleaning Strength
8
Dilutable Yes (up to 3:1)
Maximum Dwelling Time 5 minutes
Size 250 ml
Suitable For Fabric surfaces
pH 8 (alkaline)

How To Use

Swissvax Fabric is a concentrated cleaning agent, and must be diluted with carbonated mineral water prior to use. Firstly, fill a Swissvax Mixing Bottle to the 2:1 mark with carbonated mineral water. Next, add Swissvax Fabric concentrate up to the 3:1 mark and then refit the spray head and shake the bottle well to mix the solution thoroughly. For best results, we recommend spraying the diluted solution on liberally and then gently agitating it using a Swissvax Cleaning Brush. This will produce a lather, which may discolour as soiling is progressively released. The lather should be removed by suction using a wet and dry vacuum cleaner, and the surface then left to dry naturally. Alternatively, the lather can be mopped away using a damp Swissvax Micro-Absorb Towel, although the time then required for drying out will be longer.

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