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Cardinal Chemical Corporation
Manufacturing Chemists

719 Bush Street; Toledo, OH 43604
1-800-876-SOAP(7627) ;


Parts Detergents, Rust Inhibitors, Rust & Scale Removers-Metal Brighteners, Paint and Carbon Removers

Bulk Transport Tank and Tote Tank Cleaners

Steam Cleaning and Pressure Washing Compounds

Ink and Coatings Cleaners

Car and Truck Wash Products

Janitorial Products

Laundry Products

Miscellaneous Chemical Products

Carpet & Upholstery Shampoo

Liquid shampoo for in-place or in-plant cleaning of all washable carpets and upholstery fabrics. Use on cotton, wool, nylon, acrilan, polyester, other synthetics.

Use by any method except steam cleaning………

Use in dry-foam machines,
Use in wet-shampoo machines,
Use in spray-cleaning machines,
Use by hand application with brush.

Quickly loosens and suspends soil for easy removal. Provides exceptional resistance to re-soiling; carpets will remain clean much longer and colors will remain brighter than if cleaned with soap or common detergents. No residue remains in a carpet cleaned with Textone: all ingredients except one evaporate completely; the single non-evaporating ingredient dries to a powder which is removed by subsequent vacuuming.

Use Dilutions

For Light Soil………Use 8 ounces per gallon.
For Moderate Soil…Use 12 ounces per gallon.
For Heavy Soil……Use 16 ounces per gallon.

Mix with cold or warm water.
To protect wool fibers do not use water over 110°F.

To Use

Clear area as much as practical by removing furniture. Vacuum carpet. Remove grease spots and stains. Shampoo, always overlapping the previously shampooed area to avoid streaks. DO NOT use too much solution - use only enough so that foam appears; normal usage with a wet-shampoo machine is about one gallon of solution per 100 square feet - less with a dry-foam machine.

The shampooed carpet may be allowed to dry or the solution and soil may be picked up at once. If allowed to dry, the loosened soil will be picked up during the next vacuuming. Immediate pick up is recommended; use a rinse-extractor for best results. Any other pick-up method may be used: by vacuum or with a mop, towel or sponge which is frequently rinsed in clear water.

If furniture must be replaced before carpet is completely dry, prevent stains by placing on plastic, aluminum foil, butter chips, or similar water-proof material.


Clear, almost colorless liquid. Mild odor. Harmless to normal skin. High foam. Low viscosity. Biodegradable. Non-Flammable.