Saiger’s Sauce 1 Blue is strong enough to power through greasy commercial jobs in restaurants, hotels, and retail stores, but it’s also gentle enough for routine cleaning of lightly soiled residential carpet. It works on the most stubborn, stuck-on grease and grime on tile and grout, synthetic rugs, garage floors, and stone patios. It rinses easily and completely and won’t leave behind unsightly white powder on grout lines.
- Form: Powder
- pH: 11
- Scent: Citrus
- Dilution: Variable
Directions and Suggested Use
- Be sure to mix with warm to hot and preferably soft water; product is quick-dissolving in hot water
- Use the supplied measuring cup
- Don’t store more than you need on your (hot) truck
- Use mechanical agitation in traffic lanes and high-usage areas for deeper, quicker results; do not rely on “wand scrubbing” to break the soil loose as this over-wets the carpet and puts unnecessary strain on your lower back and shoulders
- When using Saiger’s Sauce 1 on tile, apply product with a mop to avoid splashing
- Pump-up or electric sprayer: Dilute 1–1.5 scoops (2–3 oz) Saiger’s Sauce 1 per gallon of warm to hot water. Normal soiling with your best repeat clients will require far less product usage while severe soiling may require 1.5–2 scoops (3–4 oz) per gallon of water.
- Hydro-Force or injection-type sprayer: Add 8–9 scoops (16–18 oz) per 5-quart container and fill with warm to hot water. Meter at 8:1. (Note: If not using a metering tip, most sprayers are set at 4:1. Add 4–5 scoops [8–10 oz] and fill with warm to hot water).
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