INITIAL TREATMENT OF CARPET AFFECTED BY FAECES:
1) Remove as much surface soil as possible
2) Apply Enzycare detergent as per the instructions on the bottle, blot with a clean white cloth. Repeat this application until no further staining is transferring to the white cloth. If stain is removed, move to step 4) but if staining remains then move on to using the next product.
3) Apply Amocare solution and blot, repeat treatment until no further staining is transferring to the clean white cloth. If stain is removed, move to step 4) but if staining remains then move on to using the next product.
4) Apply Sourcare solution, as before continue process until soiling no longer transfers or stain is satisfactorily removed.
5) Rinse with water and blot dry.
6) Thorough steam cleaning with extraction machine is preferable as soon as is convenient.
7) If residual staining still remains then treatment with Rescue Kit may be required.
If the accident happens at a time when thorough spot cleaning is not possible, (i.e.) in the middle of the night or very early in the morning then: Pick up as much of the spill as is possible. Liberally spray Professional Spot Lifter to the area and remove the worst of the surface soil with clean rags, reducing odour and the possibility of the spill being spread. It is important that full spot cleaning (as outlined above) is carried out as soon as possible to minimise damage to the carpet.
1) Completely spray the affected area with Kill Odour prior to cleaning. (Use a dilution rate of 5 parts water to 1 part Kill Odour.
2) Pre-spray Traffic lane cleaner over carpet, allowing at least 10 minutes to take effect. A heavier spray will be required over the area where the spill actually occurred.
3) Clean thoroughly with extraction equipment using the required dilution of Formula 90 carpet detergent.
PLEASE NOTE: These procedures and recommendations have been compiled in order to assist the professional cleaner. CLEANCARE AUSTRALIA do not warrant these procedures expressed or implied, nor assume any liability or responsibility whatsoever in connection with their use.