What is it?
It’s a true all in one washroom cleaner for showers, toilets and ceramic tiles. It has been specially formulated and is environmentally preferable!
Why use it?
This one has no trouble getting into all the nastiest things you will find in a bathroom, dissolve lime, bio-waste, urine, hard surface scale, soap and fat scum on all washroom surfaces, yet it will not harm stainless steel, porcelain, ceramics or glass even during periods of prolonged contact (NOTE : Do not use any acidic products on marble or terrazzo). The thickened formula clings to vertical surfaces giving it time potential. When it’s at full strength, the mixture of natural acids provides HUGE cleaning power. This clever formulation means that when it’s diluted the acid cleaning power isn’t as punchy, leaving a solution that is not harmful to susceptible grout and ceramic tiles.
How it works.
It’s an all-purpose washroom cleaner. Used neat, it is a forceful cleaner of toilets, urinals and showers. Diluted, it is ideal for washroom floors, walls, basins and fixtures. The lime oils deodorise the washroom and leave a fresh fragrance unlike many other brands.
The green bit
Also part of a new-generation cleaners made for maximum effectiveness with an absolute minimum impact on the environment. The chemists have worked some magic with this one.
Biodegradability is key and this one breaks down into environmentally safe product. Made from renewable and re-growable surfactants. Detergents are derived from coconut oil, acids from citrus fruit and malt products and lime oil from citrus fruit. Lime oil loads it with an excellent natural solvent and a refreshing perfume.
What’s in it?
A host of ORGANIC ACID INGREDIENTS – This one contains a mild food acid with no irritating fumes, low in corrosiveness and low in toxicity. Cleaners will want to use this cleanser!
What’s not in it?
NO toxic, harmful or ecologically-suspect ingredients: no ammonia, glycol ethers, nonyl phenol ethoxylates, caustics, corrosives, chlorine, heavy metal sequestering agents or phthalates.
Bring it back to us and we will reuse it! If it’s a bit trashed we will recycle it! Alternatively you can reuse or recycle for yourself. We don’t like lazy landfill and are working to dramatically reduce it.