SIMPLY SAFE Economical No Rinse Neutral Cleaner (1 gal)
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Cleaner's Choice Simply Safe, Economical, No Rinse Neutral Cleaner
Simply Safe is an economical and versatile cleaner and maintainer suitable for various hard surfaces, including stone, tile, and vinyl tile floors and counters. This neutral range product is designed to work effectively on any surface not harmed by water. With no free alkali, it ensures gentle yet thorough cleaning without causing harm to hands or surfaces. Simply Safe requires little to no rinsing, saving time and effort during cleaning routines. This clear blue liquid cleaner leaves behind a fresh and clean scent, providing a pleasant cleaning experience. Dilute Simply Safe at a rate of 1/2 to 1 oz per gallon of water for optimal performance. With its NO rinse formulation, it simplifies maintenance while delivering excellent results.
- Economical: Simply Safe can be mixed at high dilution rates, reducing maintenance costs without compromising on cleaning efficacy.
- Safe: Contains no free alkali, making it safe for use on hands and surfaces not affected by water.
- Biodegradable: Environmentally friendly formulation that does not pollute the environment.
- Excellent For: Ideal for cleaning and maintaining various hard surfaces, including Ceramic, Tile, Marble, Vinyl, Waxed Floors, Walls, and Woodwork.
- Form: Liquid
- pH: 7.5
- Odor: Fresh and Clean
- Dilution Ratio: 0.5-1 oz/gallon
- Available Sizes: 1 gal. / 3.8 L bottles
- Item #: CD-8600-01
- Manufacturer: Simply Safe
- Compare to: Harvard MET MOP (No specific product mentioned)
Directions for Use
- Damp or Wet Mop Floors: Dilute 1/2 oz. per gallon of water and mop the floors.
- Machine Scrubbing: Dilute 1/2 oz. per gallon of water and use in machine scrubbers.
General Purpose Cleaning:
- Use 2 oz. per gallon of water and apply with a sponge or damp cloth for general purpose cleaning tasks.
Note: Always refer to the product's SDS for detailed safety information and specific usage instructions. Dilution ratios may vary based on the specific cleaning task and surface.