Pump Up and Electric Sprayers:
Mix 3 – 6 oz. per gal of warm water.
(4 to 1) Mix 3 – 6 oz. (9 to 1) Mix 6 – 9 oz.
First, test in a non-conspicuous area for color-fastness. Spray the area evenly. Agitate with a rotary scrubber or CRB (Counter Rotating Brush). Rinse/extract.
I’ve Gone back & forth between adding the deodorant/fragrance component (Joedorcide, Tropical etc) into the formula to giving it to you on the side in small 4 oz bottles.
I always wanted Rat Nasty to be an all-in-one powdered formula with exceptional cleaning power. The formula obviously has ample surfactant, builders, emulsifiers, sequestrants, softeners and corrosion inhibitors, even my unique oxidizer/reducer blend.
But ad with all concentrated powdered formulas, there is not much room left for the solvent component.
It always seemed dumb to me using any of this valuable volume for anything but the best solvents since deodorant/fragrances do little for cleaning power. They mainly help with deodorization.
So I’m leaning towards giving you the deodorant/fragrance on the side and using the freed up volume to load up on solvent.
So now, Rat Nasty provides exceptional cleaning power plus maximum solvency plus plenty of deodorant/fragrance to add as you desire.
Use 3-6oz of the powder per gallon rtu.
For the fragrance/deodorization portion, add anywhere from just a few drops per gallon rtu for routine cleaning, up to a maximum of 1 ounce per gallon rtu for true rat nasties.