It’s amazing with all the money in rugs, professional cleaners I talk to about it just want inplant powder, not even interested in WoolSafe, much less WoolSafe S&O or SOE. Only one of my guys buys my drums for his rug cleaning. The value is there in my drums.
One of my customers was saying JonDon doesn’t carry his inplant powder anymore.
Obviously, that's all he's looking for.
Said he’d use my S/O if he couldn’t find it.
I sent himn this link; a good inplant powder, and it IS WoolSafe:
No idea what most guys cleaning rugs use, but not many of my customers have even asked about mine.
I've also got SOE as WoolSafe. At $1,350 a year per product, per year, it’s pricey for a lil guy like me.
Name me one other lil guy who even went to the trouble to get WoolSafe.
Hey Terry, WoolSafe Logo, it's on my Labels. Guess you never even noticed?
"Who cares" is the prevailing attitude I hear about these things, especially including 'safe' cleaners.
Cleaners think consumer should ask yet fail to realize it's up to them, the professional, to teach.
Stewardship I think it is called.
Only if it translates into more money in their pockets will they even consider buying/using it.
Nevertheless, I keep throwing dollars at it WoolSafe Certification.
I searched some of the other big names, Many references to Prochem:
Searched Woolsafe on Jondon, only found 1 product:
a bunch of WoolSafe Prochem products on Superior’s site (again, all Prochem):
Has any distributor ever spent a cent educating the enduser, and I mean the real enduser - the Consumer - about safe, much less WoolSafe? Or are they just all about making money from the efforts of others who have?
Interlink, same thing:
Ruth, it seems many distributors make and sell "safe for Wool" but do not pay to get WoolSafe Approval.
Is that OK?
Is there any regulation?