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Spill Stains and Wicking
#1
Since many customers are new to encapsulation, and ask about spill stains and wicking, I thought it would be good to post this again and get your feedback on how this process works for you!

https://www.excellent-supply.com/Putting..._b_21.html
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#2
(02-09-2018, 02:41 PM)encaptanoah Wrote: Since many customers are new to encapsulation, and ask about spill stains and wicking, I thought it would be good to post this again and get your feedback on how this process works for you!

https://www.excellent-supply.com/Putting..._b_21.html

Yes, I have tried this method on many occasions and has always worked for me!
Brilliantly simple and logical....put less solution directly on the spill and use the encap foam created around it followed by lots of dry scrub passes!
I  have often found I don't even need to do that final step of 50/50 spray and quick dry scrub.
Rod Clarkin
Excellent Supply 727-821-2020 Ext.207
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#3
Works great. Here is a picture of a nasty spot from salat dressing on office cgd. Made all the steps of the spill treatment. No wicking and a happy costumer.

Before...

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After...

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#4
Excellent example Bernd!
And it probably will never wick back up.
Rod Clarkin
Excellent Supply 727-821-2020 Ext.207
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