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Pipe, Chrome & Grout Cleaner Concentrate
Cleaner And Deodorizer For Commerical Bathroom Surfaces
Cleaning and deodorizing becomes effortless when using this concentrated, heavy-duty, industrial strength cleaner, which is excellent for cleaning chrome fixtures, pipes, tile, grout, shower doors, porcelain or berglass sinks, tubs and showers. It cleans, deodorizes and shines all in one simple step. It’s acid-based, industrial strength will shine the dirtiest pipes and fixture chrome! This product is available in convenient, easy to use quart sprayer bottles (1 Quart / .945 liters). Start deodorizing today »
Directions For Usage And Dilution Rates:
NOTE: DO NOT use on polished aluminum, natural marble, or any special colored grout. Etching may occur on older tubs & sinks. If you are in doubt, spot test in an inconspicuous area before using. This product is very concentrated and must be diluted before using.
DAILY CLEANING: Add 4 ounces of this cleaner to 24 ounces of water. (1 part cleaner to 6 parts water) HEAVY BUILD-UP: Add 4 ounces of this cleaner to 16 ounces of water. (1 part cleaner to 4 parts water)
HOW TO APPLY PROPERLY:
- When applying with a foaming sprayer, completely foam surface to be cleaned.
- After allowing a few seconds for the product to work, wipe sprayed surfaces with a damp cloth or sponge. 3. Rinse surface at once with water.
Contains: Water CAS#7732-18-2, Phosphoric Acid CAS 7664-38-2, EGMBE CAS#111 Emulsifer CAS#9016-45-9, Color CAS#N/A
FOR PROFESSIONAL, INDUSTRIAL & INSTITUTIONAL USE ONLY
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