• Name: Bathroom Cleaner With citric acid
  • Order code: 1602
  • Direction: Cleaners

Available in:
0.5 litre NET 17 fl oz (US)
1 litre NET 34 fl oz (US)
10 litres NET 338 fl oz (US)

The Bathroom Cleaner can be used wherever you need to remove limescale and greasy dirt at the same time.

Removes limescale deposits in hard-to-reach places and simultaneously cleans fittings, stainless steel, floor tiles and shower walls in bathrooms and kitchens.

Application / Dosage:
Spray and leave on for several minutes – depending on the limescale deposits, wipe off and rinse with clean water.

Attention: Not suitable for calcareous surfaces such as marble, alabaster, terrazzo, artificial stone, concrete, etc.


Product declaration:

Citric acid 5–15%

Vegetable alcohol (ethanol) 5–15%

Sugar surfactants 1–5%

Water, swirled up to 100% 

 

List of ingredients as per EC 648/2004:

Aqua, citric acid, alcohol, alkylpolyglucoside C8–10

 

further information on INCI names

Origin and properties of the ingredients:

Vegetable alcohol (ethanol) is obtained by fermentation of vegetable starch. Sugar surfactant is manufactured from vegetable starch and coconut oil. Ethanol and sugar surfactant dissolve the dirt and allow the water to run off. Citric acid, in food grade, removes the limescale deposits.

Special product feature:

Easy to use: Simply spray on, leave on to take effect, rinse or lightly wipe off, and your result is spic and span with impeccable ecological quality on top. 

Certification:
Ecogarantie
CSE
Vegan Society

Technical Data:

Density: (20 °C) approx. 1.03 g / cm³

pH value: (20 °C, 5 g / l H2O) approx. 4–5

Biodegradability:

Ethanol, in small quantities, is also present in nature. Once fed into waste water, it is rapidly and completely degraded into carbon dioxide and water. During the manufacturing process of coconut oil alcohol sulphate and sugar surfactants, the organic constituents of the coconut oil and starch types are combined in such a way that their natural molecular structure remains intact. For this reason it is relatively easy for the microorganisms to 100% decompose these surfactants. Citric acid is a constituent of plant, animal and human organisms, and is therefore rapidly and completely degraded into carbon dioxide and water by naturally present microorganisms. Sugar surfactants are classified as readily biodegradable according to OECD guidelines.
Suitable for septic tanks and filtration systems. 

Packaging:
Bottles / cans: PE
Labels / caps: PE/PP
Outer carton: 100% recycling material

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