How Does 3M Carpet Protector Work?

Posted January 19th, 2013 in Industry Related by CarpetCleaning

3m carpet protectorOver the years, 3M has been serving the consumer with great innovative products, and one of those products is Scotchgard. Scientists had discovered an exclusive formula that resists stains on furniture, carpets, and clothing. Back in the 1950’s 3M scientists developed a Fluor chemical spray. Uniformly sprayed on fabric, it surrounds each fiber of fabric protecting it from oil or water-based spills that will not soak into the fabric, blot it, and Scotchgard prevents the fabric from staining.

Now that fabrics are changing, 3M Scotchgard needed to change. 3M has devoted its time in maintaining an ecological balance, by not using PFOS compounds in its products, anymore. 3M is environmentally conscious, and wants to help make the earth a better place to live. The newly formulated 3M Scotchgard provides equal or better protection, and has a favorable environmental, health and safety profile. 3M Scotchgard is safe and effective when applied accurately. It will generate a protective guard against dirt, grime, and liquid, giving you time to clean it before it stains. It prolongs the beauty of your carpet, furniture, and clothing.

3M Scotchgard is known world wide for its safe technology, and innovative development. Scotchgard works with natural and synthetic carpet fibers. 3M works closely with carpet mills to ensure they are in agreement with high quality standards of the Scotchgard brand and 3M. All Scotchgard carpet protection products are significantly tested and safely used in homes for more then 20 years. When the consumer buys Scotchgard protection, they expect the best, and that is why 3M works closely with the carpet mills. They want to make sure the consumer is buying the best product on the market. That is why 3M does its best to give you the best. When you spill something, immediately blot the spot and it will clean right up. The 3M Scotchgard Stain Release Warranty hot water extraction, requires that professionals clean your carpet at least every two years.

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