Over 50 in stock (as of 02/28/2017 06:09 AM)
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Building Bathroom Cleaner Concentrate is specifically formulated for cleaning scale and scum types of soils typically found on hard bathroom surfaces. Concentrated formula offers economical dilution and does not contain fragrance or volatile organic ingredients that can adversely impact indoor air quality. Pink color makes it easily identified when diluted into secondary containers. Nontoxic, biodegradable, noncaustic, and nonflammable cleaner is safe to use on washable hard surfaces such as ceramic, glazed tile, Corian, Formica, grout, faucets and fixtures, porcelain, and cured fiberglass.
Recycled Content: 0%
Assembly Required: No
Environmentally Friendly: Yes
Environmental Certification: Green Seal
Country of Origin: United States
|Manufacturer||Sunshine Makers, Inc|
|Manufacturer Part Number||11101|
|Manufacturer Website Address||http://consumer.simplegreen.com|
|Brand Name||Simple Green|
|Product Line||Clean Building|
|Product Name||Clean Building Bathroom Cleaner Concentrate|
The nontoxic bathroom cleaner removes mineral-based soils, soap scum and hard water stains typically found on hard bathroom surfaces. The cleaner is noncaustic, nonflammable and formulated without VOCs that can adversely impact indoor air quality. Concentrated formula dilutes at 1:20 for great value. It meets the Green Seal GS-37 Standard, including reduced health, safety and environmental impact of formulations as well as product efficacy requirements. It also complies with LEED green building requirements and environmentally preferable product purchasing programs in place throughout federal, state and municipal governments.
|Packaged Quantity||1 Each|
|Product Type||Bathroom Cleaner|
|Cleaner Volume||1 gal (128 fl oz)|
|Recommended Use||Soil Remover|
|ProductTitle||Simple Green Clean Building Bathroom Cleaner Concentrate - Concentrate Liquid - 1 gal (128 fl oz) - 1 Each - Pink|
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This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday, February 28, 2017.