Electrolytic Technology cleaners????

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  1. sOOper hero
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    well, who uses them?

    and can someone explain the rocket surgery of this on a 4th grade level ….so I can understand it


    something tells me it can't be a better mousetrap or it would be in wider use today????


    ..L.T.A.
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    I believe it's a new thing called SPAM
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    why, is Dwight an Ultrachem Lab phishing affiliate ?

    or genuine convert like the "mAgic water" fanbouys ??

    ..L.T.A.
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    I don't think there is anything new about it. Ultrachem was promoting that in the late 80's or early 90's. I didn't understand it then and still don't. Just putting salt in water makes it electrolytic as far as I know.
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    Is it more magic water that will wear the crap out of your equipment in a year?
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    Be interesting to have someone like Tom Forsythe to comment on it.
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    I discovered this product not to long ago and like other products though I’d give it a try. Went online, called the lab, chat for a while, found a Distrubtor close by , got 2 gallons to try it, & MAN! Did some more research about it, it made sense, even Chat with Dr. John S , the chemist [a Forensic Science chemist] @ UltraChemLabs. In LA.. There are 4 main cleaners that work super in our carpet & floors cleaning industry. That are : CLEAN. NEUTRALIZER. DEODOR . & PROTECTOR.
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    No salt !!
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    Even .............TOM is full of marketing BS when it comes to his products. Marketing gone haywire when to pay for it jacks up the price........... to UNGODLY levels like $180 for a 40 pound bucket of suds.............that ain't all of that.

    I would trust Shawn Forsythe's opinion far more
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    Yea I heard about it comes with a small 12 volt battery and two wires. First you place one wire on your right thumb and the other wire on your left index finger please don't mix them up . Next you have a metal pole that you pull over the carpet that replaces the wand. Once the pole has filled with the dirt you empty it into a container works great just don't step into any water while working or the dirt falls off and it's shocking .
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    The whole concept is to get surface electric static balance. If you notice when you buy new stuff, they don't get dirty very easy and stays clean. Then you clean more often and it always seem to get a real pronounced dust film and more frequently especially in high traffic areas. Cars interiors too.

    You solve this problem not by using actual cleaning but by changing the surface electric static charge.

    It does work, I solve the Dusty problems with microfiber towels if I want my furniture less dusty...

    I dunno much about chems used for surface and carpet cleaning.. normally just rubbing surface with MF is sufficient ..
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    Basicly anti static cleaner?

    damn the EMF's
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    Or...perhaps an actual chemist's opinion on it would be better.

    No offense....
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    Tom isn't a chemist ??
    what's his background/field of expertise?

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    :lol: :lol: not to ruffle feathers but ..




    http://www.mikeysboard.com/threads/the-other-forsythe.284314/




    He isn't exactly a chemist.. .yes he probably learned that field pretty well over the years but History and Statistics is a bit different.
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    "What are some of your pet peeves"



    I call 'em "board de jour" phenomena
    at least he's not stoopit :lol:


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    Let’s ask Walter White.

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    Not saying it's bullshit but what level doe this pseudoscience affect your cleaning???

    I it had any real value don't you think every major manufacturer would offer their version. While I may enjoy getting jerked off, just don't care to get it from a cleaning solutions manufacturer.
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    All chemicals have electrostatic properties.
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    The pH does the same thing to a degree but pH isn't the whole story.. I shudder when I look at the pH of some the presprays you guys use regularly

    If there is a benefit I'd see it more in the anti static/anti resoiling possibility for the short term.. won't defeat gravity and white trash though

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