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Bridgepoint Systems

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Contact: Scott Warrington
Phone: 801-261-1282
Fax: 801-281-5489

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Bridgepoint Systems
4282 South 590 West
Salt Lake City UT 84123
United States

Bridgepoint Systems markets leading edge chemicals that span the entire line of cleaning and restoration solutions. Our premier chemical brand focuses on comprehensive solutions for professional cleaners, ranging from industry leading originals like Citrus Solv to cutting edge spot and stain removal chemistries like Flex Powder with Citrus Solv. Our Green Balance product line delivers extremely effective cleaning solutions that are also environmentally-friendly. We currently just added a complete wool line of cleaning products to better serve our customers. We also offer the industry's most comprehensive training and educational support network. Please visit our website at www.bridgepoint.com for a full listing of courses scheduled across the county as well as course descriptions.

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June 2014

Super-soft Carpet

Best cleaning practices for newer products.

Super-soft, low denier carpet fibers are making a big impact on the retailing side of residential carpet. What impact will they have on the cleaning side of the carpet industry… and on your business?


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June 2014

Protectors for Nylon and Wool

It’s a great way to boost your profits.

In a recent conversation with Gordon Hanks, the CEO of Bridgewater, I learned that the carpet cleaning business they started almost 40 years ago was based on the principle of “cleaning carpet so that we could sell protector.”


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October 2013

A ‘Global Harmonized System’

Get ready for changes to labels, lists and classifications of chemicals.

GHS (The Globally Harmonized System) for labeling, listing and classifying chemical hazards was developed by the United Nations with input from many countries, including the United States.


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April 2013 Technical Tips

Commercial Carpet Cleaning

How to make hot water extraction more profitable.

How can hot water extraction cleaners provide a high level of service and profitably compete in this environment?


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February 2013

Where Do Mold Hazards Lurk?

Avoid exposure and contamination when performing mold work.

No matter the reason, if you do mold work, you must know the health hazards associated.


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December 2012 Tech Tip

Equipment Maintenance

Best practices to keeping equipment in good working condition.

What does it take to ensure the best working condition of your equipment? Just a few minutes each day.


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Technical Tips

Clean and Organized

Five ways to make sure your truck is giving the right message.
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Water damage and reconstruction

Being a ''full-service'' restoration contractor may involve more than extraction and drying.
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Carpet Restoration

Clean and restore carpet that has been neglected, abused or involved in fire damage.
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Carpet Cleaning Winter Woes

Ready for a frigid winter? Here''s how to beat the cold.
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Crime Scene Cleaning

Fingerprint powder removal isn't gruesome, but it isn't easy, either.
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The horrors of payroll audits

What can appear to be a simple lunch can turn out to be your absolute worst nightmare.
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Locating Sources of Urine Odor

Your nose, moisture detectors, ultraviolet lights and eyes are your friends when it comes to tracking down the smelly stuff.
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Cleaning Frequency

Don''t let it be a guessing game.
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Create a Speed-Dry Cleaning System

Air movers should be used for more than water damage restoration.
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Tear Gas Cleanup Procedures

When the police are done, someone has to do the cleanup.
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The love/hate relationship with olefin

A carpet retailer’s description of olefin (polypropylene) might focus on its stain resistance, using terms such as “kid proof” and “stain proof”. Olefin allows the retailer to make a
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Truckmount Maintenance

You demand a machine that runs top-notch. Here''s how to ensure you get what you want.
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The Great Debate™

August 2006 presents vs. Scott Warrington Kirk Saiger Writing in favor of leasing Writing in favor of purchasing you Decide the issue - make
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The Stone Factory

More and more, homeowners are adding stone floors. Here’s some research to add more to your knowledge of stone production and care.
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Truckmounts and soft water

Listen in as experts in truckmount manufacturing discuss steps you can take to keep your machine in top shape.
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The production of tile

With billions of feet sold each year, tile cleaning and maintenance is an attractive add-on service.
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The Prespray and Rinse Agent 'One-Two' Punch

Your prespray and rinse agent must work together — and be compatible — to obtain the best cleaning results.
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Acrylic: A dying fiber?

For centuries wool was the main fiber used as face yarn for rugs and carpet — and then a replacement was developed. First commercially produced around 1950, acrylic was
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Silk fibers and fabrics

Being a cleaning expert means knowing the characteristics of all the fibers you clean, even the ones you might seldom clean, in addition to actual cleaning procedures. You undoubtedly
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My Way

True confession: After being a carpet cleaner for five years, I feel that my actual carpet cleaning business is just beginning. It’s been an interesting road to where I
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Polyester — the fiber that keeps trying

The slogan for polyester fibers might be, "We''re number three. We try really hard!" A distant third to nylon and olefin, polyester''s market share shows modest growth with shipments
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Stone polishing simplified

Traditional restoration of damaged stone is still common practice, but many stone floors can be made like-new with this system.
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When cleaning agents go wild

Your upholstery tool simply will not bend to conform to the curve on the arm of that sofa, and the result is a waterfall of chemical on the side of
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Product innovations: 4 tools for better results

Consider adding them to your arsenal of tools to get the job done faster and better.
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Untold horrors

Just when you think everything is fine … disaster strikes. Here are 10 catastrophes you can avoid — if you plan ahead.
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Catastrophic cleaning

When you hear the term "catastrophic cleaning," most likely you think of cleaning up after a death or perhaps a tornado or flood. Yes, it is a catastrophe when one
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Tools of the trade

Do you know your jet jargon? Spray tip specs?
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Is your truckmount the right upholstery cleaning machine?

The sofa we are asked to clean might be a flocked fabric with an Early American print. Or, perhaps it is a Jacquard screaming out: "I may bleed!" How
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Overcoming common grout cleaning problems

As you diversify into other services, it’s important to learn skills quickly. Here’s a quick lesson.
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Ice Wars

Freezing temperatures and truckmounts are a bad mix.
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Exploring encapsulation for upholstery

The theory of encapsulation and the method employed to use this on upholstery is not new… it is gaining in popularity in today’s cleaning market. Many years ago, in
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pH, chemical reactions, and cleaning

When cleaners get together and discuss technical topics, the subject of pH is likely to come up. This is even more true of discussions among industry instructors, product formulators
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Trends in carpet cleaning chemicals

From global warming to carpet cleaning products, what is best for the environment has been getting plenty of publicity. This appears to be a trend that will continue for some
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Employee leasing — is it for you?

Running a service business is a full-time job, whether it’s a large, multi-truck operation or a small family business. The business owner wears many hats; his job description includes
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The Proper Sprayer

The proper sprayer can be the difference between mediocrity and carpet cleaning greatness.
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Dye systems and cleaning results

Not every carpet or furniture fabric responds the same way to your cleaning attempts, whether maintenance cleaning, restorative cleaning or spot and stain removal. For example: One day, your
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Today's dehumidifiers = Increased productivity

As with most advancements in equipment for the cleaning and restoration industries, dehumidifiers and related accessories are state-of-the-art and play a large role in helping restorers get their work done
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Oxidizers and reducers

Tired of unsuccessful stain removal attempts? Here’s how to use some of today’s effective products for complete success.
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Pre-dyed carpet

Some processes of carpet dyeing apply the color before the yarns are tufted into a carpet. These are classified as pre-dye methods. The names applied to some of the
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Technological advances in dehumidifiers

The art and science of drying continues to advance rapidly. Dehumidifiers and dehumidifier accessories play their role in this changing industry. Recent improvements include both simple and practical ideas
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Restorer's Corner

How much water will air hold? The answer may surprise you.
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Criteria for choosing a truckmount

Industry pros — from cleaners to manufacturers and distributors — discuss benefits of modern-day carpet cleaning machines.
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Post-dyed carpet

The previous article in this series covered “pre-dye” systems. We learned that pre-dye systems have the advantage of greater colorfastness and evenness in coloration. So why is so much
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Tools of the carpet-cleaning trade

Scott Warrington explains how a carpet cleaning wand is only as good as its constituent parts.
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Know your stone

Scott Warrington explains how to effectively clean floors made of sedimentary stone, metamorphic rock, and igneous rock.
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Kawasaki disease and cleaning

Kawasaki disease (also known as Kawasaki Syndrome) is a rare but serious illness that mainly affects young children. On occasion, news reports have implied a connection between KS and carpet
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Knowing about pH improves cleaning effectiveness

CM/Cleanfax® article shows how a little bit of chemistry comes in handy for optimal cleaning.
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Tile and grout 101

Here''s what one professional has to say about grout cleaning problems.
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Clean the sofa — not the coffee table

Read one expert''s advice on what to do when cleaning chemicals go places you don''t want them to.
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All about silk

Read what one expert says about production of silk fabrics and how to clean them.
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Which is best: Leasing or purchasing?

This month''s The Great Debate™ discusses the issue.
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The Great Debate

Leasing or purchasing:
Which is best?
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Writing in favor of purchasing

Leasing or purchasing:
Which is best?
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Writing in favor of leasing

Leasing or purchasing:
Which is best?
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Is post-dyed carpet for you?

Here''s what one expert has to say about the advantages and disadvantages of buying a post-dyed carpet.
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Pre-dyed carpets: Know the advantages

Read what one specialist has to say about different carpet-dyeing methods.
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Cleaning fabrics: Tired of the challenge?

Read what one expert has to say about getting stains out the first time — without ruining the fabric.
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Employee leasing — Is it for you?

Find the answers in this month''s issue of CM/Cleanfax® magazine.
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Polyester — the fiber that keeps trying

Learn some specifications of the third most popular carpet fiber.
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Carpet cleaning's finest: The 2004 Cleanfax Dream Team

Find out who made this year''s list of the industry''s absolute best.
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How would 'no-health benefits' tax affect cleaning pros?

ALBANY, NY — JanSan, carpet cleaning pros look at a new proposal to tax small businesses that do not provide health insurance to their employees.
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The playoff: New quiz posted on bulletin board

LATHAM, NY — Tournament of Champions dead heat contest begins today.
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Carpet cleaning contest just days away

LATHAM, NY — All-expenses paid trip for two to CM Expo up for grabs.
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Products

Carpet protector

DuPont™

DuPont is teaming up with Bridgewater LLC to drive innovation and growth with the DuPont Teflon® brand in the professionally applied aftermarket carpet protector market.


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Prespray

Bridgepoint Systems

Zone Perfect is now VOC compliant in all 50 States.


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Surfactant

Bridgepoint Systems

Blazin' Blue is a next generation emulsifier/rinse agent with surfactants and builders that effectively emulsify and suspend even the most difficult soils.


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Encapsulant

Bridgepoint Systems

Encapuclean Green DS is highly economical and can be diluted at 1:32.


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Spotting kit

Bridgepoint Systems
Stop lugging a big bag of products you never use.
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Encapsulant

Bridgepoint Systems
Encapuclean Green DS is highly economical and can be diluted at 1:32.
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Spotter

Bridgepoint Systems
For decades, Gel Break spotter has been a trusted favorite for removing gum plus tar, asphalt, grease, oils, wax and other oily spots and stains without damaging carpet backings.
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