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Water-based protector with durable stain shielding and wet spill beading. Suitable for carpet and upholstery.

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A new type of Fluorocarbon protector that uses new fibre locking technology to dramatically improve the bond strength to both upholstery and carpet fibres. The total effect being to increase the life of the protective finish and to improve water and oil based stain repellency to levels not previously attainable with low temperature curing carpet protectors.


The concept is also to offer unique flexibility of application. It may be mill applied to new carpet or fabric with either an ambient air or heated air dried finish, with very little difference in dry cured oil and water beading performance. This alone can save thousands of dollars per year in energy savings. Our fibre locking performance (automatic cross-linking and curing) is related to the presence of a synergist. Cross linking by heat can be used if a faster cure is required. Normally air curing takes 48 hours to reach its maximum performance level.


FIBRELOC may be applied as an after market product for new carpet, rugs and upholstery by carpet & upholstery cleaners using a simple hand pump spray or motorised flat jet sprayer. It may be applied to clean, wet or dry carpet. Its high beading water repellency gives a perfect customer demonstration on how water based spills can be easily wiped away before they become ugly stains. When maintenance cleaning FIBRELOC treated carpet, the WoolSafe approved Spitfire- Advanced or the Dry Fusion System, will perform even better in stain, spill and general soil removal.


FIBRELOC doesn’t just perform on nylon 6, nylon 66 and wool fibres. The unique FIBRELOC technology provides strong adhesion even to polypropylene (olefin) and to 100% polyester, polyamide or polyester cotton fabrics and linen. Our adhesion strength on polyester automotive upholstery would indicate a very big potential in the car dealership and second hand car aftermarket. FIBERLOC, unlike other type of protection does not alter flame resistance of flame retardant fabrics. It does not decrease the flame retardant effect as other protection products can.


Research Products has paid careful attention to the adhesion and longevity of the finish (the FIBRELOC effect) as well as the types of soils to be shielded. Not only does FIBRELOC make vacuum cleaning more effective, most water based spills (except certain dyes) are kept from penetrating the fibres and can be removed more easily with a wet sponge or white wetted towel. Spotting with Unbelievable reinforces the flourocarbon performance.


Up until recently solvent based protectors were the only type recommended for fabrics or upholstery fibres. This was because the fluorocarbon resin could be very easily dissolved insolvent rather than dispersed in water. The larger particle size of the water based product gave reduced adhesion and penetrating power plus there was also the risk of a white residue appearing. On the negative side solvent based fabric protectors also strip off flame retardant coatings as trialled in our field laboratory testing regime. FIBRELOC technology enables us to increase adhesion to a previously unmatchable level and provide the industry with one product that performs equally as well on woven fabrics, flocked or needle punched fibres. FIBRELOC is the only water based technology available that gives superior performance compared to solvent based products on upholstery. This eliminates your exposure to toxic or flammable solvents and there is no effect on fire retardants that may also be present.


Most customers, particularly those customers in the after care market ask difficult to answer questions because they don’t really understand the process. The most commonly asked question is “How long does the treatment last?” and “How durable is the treatment?”. To answer this question accurately you must bring the level of traffic and the level of cleaning/vacuuming into the equation. Some people who have their carpets treated believe that it never needs vacuuming ever again! Exactly the opposite is true. The more you vacuum the longer the treatment lasts because abrasive grit is removed. It’s the abrasive grit and sand that wears off the protective finish along with the carpet fibre. Because of its lubricating effect (lubricity) FIBRELOC treated carpets are more resistant to abrasive wear and they feel softer. On commercial office sites, vacuuming with a commercial upright vac at least 3 times per week will allow you to maintain an average commercial performance of at least four cleanings with WoolSafe approved extraction cleaning products. (pre-spray and water rinse). In domestic sites, vacuuming with a high performance upright vacuum cleaner twice per week will allow you up to five cleans without re-application of FIBRELOC.


To enhance the performance of the FIBRELOC we recommended that only WoolSafe approved extraction presprays are used to preclean, followed by a hot water rinse . The Dry Fusion System is the preferred method. Dry powder cleaning is not recommended and high alkaline in tank extraction detergents (above ph 8.5) are to be avoided. These can reduce the performance of FIBRELOC as well as the carpet fibre.


FIBRELOC is supplied as a concentrate that may be diluted one to four parts water to dry carpet or one part to two parts water for damp carpet or upholstery that have just been wet cleaned or dry cleaned. There is no need to wait for the fibre to dry prior to spraying.