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CRI adds five new products under SOA program
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Jun '08
CRI is proud to announce the addition of five new cleaning solutions under the CRI Seal of Approval Program, upping the total to 208 products now certified in the program.

The trend of more and more solutions earning certification as word continues to spread that some carpet manufacturers have made a decision to tie carpet warranties to the use of CRI SOA- approved products.

Varsity Contractors Inc has a trio of new products on the list including: Traffic Pro 1 (pre-spray); Traffic Pro 2 (pre-spray); and Rinse Pro (in-tank). Varsity Contractors is headquartered in Pocatello, ID.

Dynachem Green Preconditioner, a pre-spray made by Cobb Carpet Supply out of Dallas, TX, also earned certification along with Emerald Clean Spot Free, an in-tank product manufactured by Raleigh, NC-based Professional Carpet Systems.

Each product passed a series of stringent tests performed by an independent laboratory in order to make the list of cleaning solutions.

The tests for spot removers, pre-sprays and in-tank solutions include protocols for efficacy (removing stains), resoiling (whether the product attracts soil at an accelerated rate), pH (excessively acid or alkaline products can affect dyes and fibers), optical brighteners (can adversely affect color, appearance and performance) and colorfastness to light (residues on pile yarn can accelerate color change).

The Carpet and Rug Institute


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