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Introduction to Detailer Training Series Course
When detailing a vehicle, producing results correctly, safely, and effectively is crucial, especially in the professional detailing industry.
Carpet extraction detergent, using X-TRACT, is applied in a carpet extractor machine. Upholstery shampoo, using CRYSTAL FOAM, is whipped into a dense foam, applied using a soft brush, allowed to dry, and then vacuumed off from the area of application. Both methods effectively clean a vehicle’s interior carpets and upholstery. The method best, for you, can be determined based on the equipment you have available.
CRYSTAL FOAM aerosols are available in two options; regular and inverted. The options showcase the nozzle usage. For the regular aerosol nozzle, use the aerosol with the nozzle upright, at the top of the aerosol container. The regular nozzle is best used for the back of seats and headliners. For the inverted aerosol nozzle, use the aerosol with the nozzle upside, at the bottom of the aerosol container. The inverted aerosol nozzle is best used for carpets, where the aerosol is used upside down.
There are three main application methods for CRYSTAL FOAM. (1) Rotary scrub: uses a shower feed shampoo brush, to feed CRYSTAL FOAM through, attached to a rotary machine. (2) Dry foam: uses little to no water when applying and relies on the foaminess of the product to lift and encapsulate soils. (3) Bonnet buff: involves a rotary carpet machine with a cleaning pad soaked in cleaning solution; by moving it across the carpet, it agitates and absorbs the dirt into the cleaning pad.