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Home Pro Spotter - Professional Strength Spot Remover

Home Pro Spotter is the bottle of spot remover we give to our clients after we clean their carpets. Other cleaners use the smaller 12 ounce bottles in a green bottle. At Red Hot Carpet Cleaning, our bottles are labeled with our logo and come in the larger 16 ounce size.

Home Pro Spotter lifts spots and stains from carpet and upholstery with little effort. With its unique synergistic action, Home Pro Spotter will remove many of those "impossible" stains. Contains over one dozen ingredients, each of which is effective on different types of stains, and through synergy each ingredient interacts with other ingredients to form hundreds of additional cleaning combinations. That's why Home Pro Spotter is more effective on every type of spot and stain. Sold in 16 ounce bottles with a flip-top spout.

For Use On: carpeting, rugs, fabrics, upholstery, curtains, drapes, car interiors, clothing, boats, clothing, nylon, cotton, acrylic, wool, vinyl, rayon, olefin, polyester, or any other water safe fabric, etc..

Product Benefits

  • Neutral Spotter and Deodorizer
  • Odorless & Colorless.
  • Nontoxic & Biodegradable.
  • Nonflammable & Resists Resoiling.

 

Product Uses

For Use On: carpeting, rugs, fabrics, upholstery, curtains, drapes, car interiors, clothing, boats, clothing, nylon, cotton, acrylic, wool, vinyl, rayon, olefin, polyester, or any other water safe fabric.

What Home Pro Spotter Can Clean: Home Pro Spotter can remove most food stains, beer, soft drinks, creme de menthe, milk, prune juice, coffee, tea, blood, iodine, catsup, egg, grease, fresh latex paint, rust, lipstick, grease, oil, dirt, grime, charcoal, marker, pen, grass, pet stains, soot, smoke, soil, most inks, crayon, chocolate, fruit juice, grape juice, gravy, ice cream, jelly, tomato sauce, wine and hundreds more.

What Home Pro Spotter Cannot Clean:
Burns - Burns are permanent and must be mechanically repaired.
Indelible Ink or Bleach
Stains Set by Heat - stains set by heat or other cleaning processes.
Dyes - To remove a dye (such as Kool Aid) you must use a product that may take the dye out of the carpet as well.
Nail Polish - This requires the use of solvents, which are poisonous. Stain-X does not contain solvents.
Gum - To remove gum, we recommend using Gel Break, a natural citrus solvent.

 

Directions

Always test fabric/fiber for color fastness in an inconspicuous area.

Cleaning Fresh Spills Or Stains:

Step 1. Remove loose material and blot excess liquid with a clean absorbent cloth. (Go to step 2)

Cleaning Old And Stubborn Stains:

Step 2. Apply Home Pro Spotter directly to stained area. Allow to penetrate 30-60 seconds. Blot with a clean absorbent cloth. The cleaning agents in Home Pro Spotter breakdown (emulsifies) the stain and the surfactant in HomePro Spotter unlock the soil from the fabric and suspend the dirt in the liquid. When you blot with a clean dry cloth, the liquid containing the stain transfers to the cloth.
*Special precautions are necessary if the stain has been caused by animal urine. The urine may affect the color fast nature of the dye used in the carpet.

Step 3. Apply Home Pro Spotter directly to stained area. Allow to penetrate and let dry naturally. This will allow time for the enzymes to break down the stain.

Important: Other cleaning products may "set" a stain. By using Home Pro Spotter first, you assure yourself of full stain removal. We cannot guarantee our effectiveness on stains which have been previously treated with another cleaning product.

Never mix Home Pro Spotter with another cleaning product.

 

Other Uses

Shampooing Carpet/Upholstery: When shampooing use Home Pro Spotter as a pre-spotter on tough or old stains and heavy traffic areas. Also add 1 oz of HomePro Spotter per gallon to solution tank with carpet shampoo as a cleaning booster.
Pre-spotter: Home Pro Spotter is an excellent laundry pre-spray.
Carpet Stain Removal: After you have applied Home Pro Spotter to a stain, put cloth over stain and stand on cloth to help the transfer process. Sometimes the added pressure from standing on the cloth helps the transfer process.