Cotton Upholstery Shampoo
Cotton Upholstery Shampoo has powerful reducing agent chemistries to break down the chemical bonds present in soils for easy removal. Formulated to reduce browning in Haitian cotton and other natural fibers.
- Item # CSHCUS-1G
- MFR # 111771
- MFR Legacy # C-HCUS4G
- AKA # 76-190, HCUS4G, CS-CUS-01, CS-CUS-04, P. 2260 D
- GTIN / UPC: 091965011149
- Form: Liquid
- pH: 6
- Dilution: 1 qt. in 1 gal. of water
- Standard cleaning method:
- Mix 1 qt. (950 mL) in 1 gal. (3.78 L) of water. Whip solution into a foam.
- With a sponge squeezed of excess moisture, apply shampoo foam to a small area using a back and forth motion in the direction of the warp.
- Dry/extract with Upholstery Pro tool to remove excess moisture.
- Use clean white terrycloth towel to wipe all surfaces, speeding the drying process.
- Dry foam method: Use a foam-generating upholstery extraction machine to clean, following manufacturer’s dilution instructions
Uses reducing agent technology to effectively clean Haitian and other cotton upholstery fabrics without browning concerns.
CAUTION: Use product only in well-ventilated area. To avoid skin irritation upholstery should be dry before it is returned to use.
DANGER : Causes serious eye damage. Toxic to aquatic life with long lasting effects. Prevention: Wear protective gloves/ protective clothing/eye protection/face protection.
Cotton Upholstery Shampoo Contains: water (CAS 7732-83-7; EC 215-185-5) sodium metabisulfite (EC 231-673-0 / CAS 7681-57-4), sodium carbonate (EC 207-838-8 / CAS 497-19-8), sodium olefin sulfonate (EC 270-407-8 / CAS 68439-57-6), sodium sulfite (CAS 7757-83-7; EC 231-821-4)
For professional use only. Keep out of reach of children. Read directions and cautions before use. Before application, pretest for colorfastness in an inconspicuous area.
NOTICE: Product is not warranted if used for repack, improperly stored, or used in a manner not consistent with manufacturer’s instructions. Dispose of unused product and waste water according to applicable local, state and federal regulations.