Sale! ProRestore Un-Duz-It Unleashed 3.8L

ProRestore Un-Duz-It Unleashed 3.8L

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One application of Un-Duz-It Unleashed pet odour and stain eliminator does it all! This unique breakthrough solution combines oxidisers with enzymes and odour encapsulants to remove even the toughest pet urine odours and stains. Effective on virtually any surface, including hard porous surfaces.

Easy to use: saturate affected area, let dwell for one hour while you clean other areas, then deep extract using cold or warm (not hot) water. Pet stains and odours are gone!

RTU pH 9.0

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Un-Duz-It Unleashed™  Urine Odour and Stain Eliminator
 
FOR PROFESSIONAL USE ONLY
 
What causes urine to glow under UV light? Urine is a complex organic chemical mixture containing primarily phosphocreatine – a chemical containing phosphorous – as well as urea and creatinine. After the urine is deposited and biological breakdown begins, these chemicals create ammonia and other nitrogen-based compounds that deliver the strong smell associated with urine. Un-Duz-It Unleashed eliminates all three compounds and removes the odours generated as well as the pigments excreted with the urine.  However, an area treated with Unleashed may still glow when observed under a black light, This glow is not due to the presence of urine in that spot, but from phosphorous left over from the breakdown of phosphocreatine. During that process the phosphorous becomes chemically bonded to the fibres as a dye would, and is thus very strongly attached to the fibres. Under a UV light, the phosphorous glows. But because the phosphorous is now part of the surface of the fibres, it is quite difficult to remove it without damaging the existing dyes on those fibres.  Fortunately, there is little need to remove the phosphorus. Unleashed has fundamentally altered the chemistry of the original urine deposit so that no urine odours can be produced. 
 
Think of it this way: phosphorous is used in LEDs and fluorescent light bulbs to cause them to glow and produce light. And we all know that there is no urine in LEDs or in fluorescent light bulbs!
 
 
–Werner Buchman, Chief Chemist, Legend Brand

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