Bio-Kleen

Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by Paulie Walnuts, Feb 14, 2008.

  1. Paulie Walnuts

    Paulie Walnuts Im an agent of chaos

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    Thanks to our friendly moderator Mr. Scotwaxxx I got a sample of Bio-Kleen. I used it on a really bad 1997 Ford Econoline van on Sunday. Sorry I forgot the camera plus I was in the dudes garage and it was 10 below so I wanted to get in and get the fuck out. But I will tell you that FAR AND AWAY it is the best carpet cleaner I have ever used and it barely suds which is nice for using with an extractor. It also has a very light pleasant sent and not that chemical smell you get with shit from CGs or elsewhere. Scott said to dilute 32-1 but I didnt believe it so I did it more like 10 to 16:1 but Im pretty sure I now could have gotten away with that 32:1 ratio. I did notice however that I did have to use a bit more product than with other cleaners but Im willing to sacarifce that just on not having that chemical smell around. Cant wait to try it out more. I definately want to pick up a gallon here this spring. Scott where do you recommend buying (links are always nice :))

    Thanks again for the sample and I look forward to using it again!

    Ozz
     
  2. Scottwax

    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    Ryan-PM grouse on Autopia, I get mine from him.

    I am amazed at what I can get out of carpets with BioKleen and my PC/Cyclo brush attachment.
     
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    Paulie Walnuts Im an agent of chaos

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    This the stuff?
     
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    I have a long list of things I'm ordering for detailing... This is definitely on the list. I was using 303 and it worked great but it's kinda expensive and going 10:1 doesn't really let it stretch all that far.

    How does this stuff work on headliners? That's one of the reasons I've stuck with 303.
     
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    Works great on all cloth, upholstry and carpeted surfaces.

    Optimum is coming out with one too that has anti-stain properties but I haven't played around with it enough to decide if I will go with it when my current stock of TLC runs out.
     

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