AutoGlanz FabriClean is a powerful yet delicate upholstery cleaner and stain remover that can be used to remove dirt, grime, and water marks from fabrics in your vehicle and home.
FabriClean has been worked on for some time. As you know, we take pride in ensuring our product range offers something unique to our customers. If we feel there is a better way to make a product have more use to our customers then we always strive to develop.
FabriClean is no exception to this rule. General APC tends to always be formulated using heavy, cheap surfactant blends. These blends are brilliant at cleaning, thus perfect for an APC but they have one drawback! They are “sticky” or charged on a molecular level. This charge attaches to fibres on the fabric you are cleaning and makes the surface much more susceptible to soiling once dry. So in short, an APC can actually, over time make the fabric dirtier.
This is not an issue if you have the ability to swill the APC off the surface you are cleaning with water, however, with fabric and delicate upholstery, this is less than ideal as it is not best practice to soak some fabrics in water! So what do we do….
We formulate a product from the ground up specifically designed to work on delicate upholstery. To achieve this we start off with a biodegradable, neutral primary surfactant. This surfactant gives us the base to work from that will not degrade the surface we intend to care for. We then select multiple secondary surfactants that work alongside our base. These secondary surfactants are functional groups, all having different roles within the formulation to achieve a perfect clean surface that is not “sticky”. The result is a well-tuned, finished product, ready for the market.
For Light Soiling
- Spray a small amount onto a clean microfibre cloth
- Gently wipe the soiled area in one direction (do not scrub)
- Wipe clean with a second clean microfibre cloth
For Heavy Soiling
- Spray sparingly directly onto the soiled area and allow to dwell
- Agitate the cleaner with a clean microfibre cloth or brush
- Use a clean, dry, microfibre cloth to pat dry the surface
- If required, use a wet vac to remove any remaining liquid