This could be similar to Bridgepointe's
Zone Perfect prespray followed by End Zone.
Zone Perfect is a 9ph product and End Zone is an acidic rinse with cleaning ability.
Attack with Ammonia may be quite a bit more powerful than without it. It would raise the ph some. In most cases you do not want to raise the ph above 10 as high ph cleaning products can harm stain resistant nylon carpets like Stainmaster or Weardated. Might be a good idea to purchace a some ph strips and more or less custom make your Formula One to whatever ph you think would be the best and the same with the Attack. Personally I would attempt to get the prespray close to 10 and the Formula One around 3 to 6. I would think that combination would work very well in residential and light commericial.
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