SPOT & STAIN REMOVAL KIT
Bridgepoint Spot & Stain Removal Kit – This spot & stain kit contains six stain removers and one post treatment solution to take care of 99% of stains. Everything in one professional kit to remove: permanent inks, organic dyes, synthetic dyes, cosmetics, paint, protein spills, food, rust, gum, adhesives and MORE! Spot Stop stops wicking, drives residues under the fiber, prevents re-soiling, and removes odor.
Available Sizes ▪ 1 Kit
- Item # BP-CS03A
- MFR # 1627-2712
- MFR Legacy # CS03D
- AKA #
Spot & Stain Removal Kit contains:
- Stain Zone (quart)
- Red Zone Ready (quart)
- T-Rust (pint)
- Gel Break (pint)
- Avenge Pro (12 oz.)
- All Solv Extreme (12 oz.)
- Spot Stop (quart)
- Oversized insulated carry case
- Gum Getter
- Cotton towels (3)
- Disposable gloves (3 pair)
- Spot & Stain Removal Guide
- Training DVD
Let’s look at some guidelines.
- Inspection for pre-existing conditions is important, especially for rugs. For example mold growing on a rug may have done more than produce a stain. Since mold loves to feed on cellulosic material it may have eaten away and weakened cotton foundation yarns.
- Test for colorfastness. Dampen a clean white cotton towel with the cleaning agent you want to
test. Place this on the rug and hold it in place with a weight. If the face yarns also appear on the
backing, do the testing on the back. After several minutes, check the towel for any color transfer. For rugs with multiple colors of dye, be sure to test each color.
- Check for shrinkage issues. Any sign of ripples or curling along the edges of a rug indicate shrinking is possible. Installed wool needs to be firmly adhered to the tackles strip.
- Be careful of excessive agitation.
- Alkalinity – Wool is sensitive to alkalinity. Products with pH above 8.5 should be rinsed and neutralized. Be cautious with highly buffered alkalines that maintain their pH.
- Oxidizers can weaken wool as well as cotton fringes on rugs. They may also produce a yellow tint that is easily seen on white or cream colored wool. Use oxidizers such as Stain Zone only as a last resort for restoration and only with the client’s informed consent. Consider diluting an oxidizer to 1/3 the suggested strength. Testing in an inconspicuous area is essential.
- Reducers are safer on wool than oxidizers, but they can still cause problems and potentially weaken natural fibers. Use Red Zone or other reducers cautiously. Consider diluting them to one half the usual strength. Always test in an inconspicuous area first.