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We are going to show the comparisons of all purpose cleaners, glass cleaners, pine cleaners and degreasers. 

All-Purpose Cleaner

  • Available in the following sizes:

    • 32 oz. trigger sprayer, 12/case
    • Gallon refill, 4/case
    • 20 oz. foam aerosol can, 12/case
  • Cuts through tough grease and grime, dirt and smudges
  • Cleans various surfaces in many rooms of your house or business
  • Gallon refill has a fresh lemon fragrance to mask chemical odors
  • Foaming aerosol cleaner contains ammonia

Glass Cleaner

  • Available in the following sizes:

    • 32 oz. trigger sprayer, 12/case
    • Gallon refill, 4/case
    • 20 oz. aerosol can, 12/case
    • Wipes-28 ct, 12/case
  • Ammonia-free
  • Provides a streak-free shine
  • Contains no oils, waxes or silicones
  • Great for use on countertops, mirrors, sinks, faucets, tubs and toilets

Pine Cleaner-Concentrated

       

  • Gallon bottle
  • Fresh pine fragrance
  • Industrial strength
  • Tackles grease and grime
  • Cleans and deodorizes in one step
  • Works well on most hard surfaces
  • Makes up to 64 gallons

Degreaser-Concentrated

  • Gallon bottle
  • Fresh mint fragrance
  • Industrial strength
  • Easy to clean and remove oil-based grease spills and stains
  • Makes over 12 gallons

When Choosing An All-Purpose Cleaner/Degreaser or Glass Cleaner Remember....

  • Identify the surfaces you would like to clean.  
  • All-purpose/degreaser and glass cleaners can effectively clean most surfaces in your home or business. If cleaning wood or a delicate surface,make sure to choose a different cleaner safe for that surface.
  • Read the labeling carefully to ensure the cleaning chemical will lead you to your intended result (i.e. cleaning, sanitizing, disinfecting).
  • If you are looking for a ‘green’ alternative, consider a vinegar cleaner.
  • Read the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for a cleaning chemical to learn of any hazardous ingredients

Facts and Tips

  • To effectively remove soil and bacteria from a surface, the cleaning chemical should be wiped with a

  cloth, rag or sponge. Consider using disposable wipers or microfiber cloths instead of a rag or

  sponge to avoid cross-contamination. Highly absorbent wipers and microfiber cloths trap dirt and

  grease removed from surfaces and/or hands.

  • Commonly used terms:

Cleaning: remove visible dirt and dust

Sanitizing: reduces germs and bacteria on a surface

Disinfecting: kills all germs and bacteria

RTU: ready-to-use, requires no dilution or preparation before use



 

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