Safely cleans and deodorises all surfaces including:
carpet, rug, upholstery and drapery materials including synthetics, wool and cotton fabrics.
The Enzyme Wizard enzymes in our carpet cleaner break down difficult food and pet stains into their basic elements. Carbon, hydrogen and other elements readily integrate with the environment instead of polluting it. Even mineral stains like rust simply fall apart when our enzymes break down the organic ‘glue’ that holds it in place. Plus, our enzymes completely remove odours, leaving the room smelling fresh and truly clean without strong fragrances.
Enzyme Wizard Carpet and Upholstery Cleaner is an all-natural, multi-enzyme formula designed to attack and loosen tough stains and dirt on the carpet.
Works to destroy all organic matter, not just lift the top layer of soil and dirt.
Rapid penetrating action which gets deep down into the fibres of the carpet to loosen the debris
Eliminates odours in the carpet by getting to the source.
Enhanced Formula – allows odour and stain removal without damaging fibres.
Removes a wide range of difficult organic stains, including blood, pet, urine and grease.
Features / Benefits
pH Neutral Formula
Unique Multi - Enzyme formula to clean all stain
Contains no caustic ingredients
Double strength enzyme formula
Soap free, therefore will not attract dirt and grime from shoes.
Can be disposed of down drains, enzyme will carry on breaking down organic matter.
For use – aged care, pet stain & odours,
Complete Ingredients: Water, Enzyme Wizard enzymes blended from plants, surfactant and water miscible fragrance.
Before using product on carpet always test for colour fastness in an inconspicuous area of the room, as some dyes used are organic
Can also be used to remove stains from all fabrics, like curtains, sofas etc.
Do not mix the Carpet cleaner spray with any bleach or oxidisers as this will de-activate the enzymes.
The enzymes are designed to remove all organic stains off the carpet. It is important to take note if the stain is organic or inorganic. Types of inorganic stains are, tar, mud, soil, grease etc.
When treating a stain that has already been treated with a chemical-based product, one might have to use the carpet spotter more than once as the nature of the stain has changed. What we mean by this is that if for example it was a food stain that was treated with a caustic product, the enzyme has to work its way through the chemical that is part of the stain now.