- 34.60 LBS
- Calculated at Checkout
Enzyme Floor Cleaner | Case of 4 Gallons
Our enzyme based floor cleaner is a high performance, bacterial-enriched floor cleaner, odor eliminator, and grease digester with a very pleasant potpourri scent. It is recommended for use in fitness facilities, gyms, food service areas, schools, hotels, hospitals, restrooms, and shower rooms. No rinsing is required, making floor cleaning quick and easy. The unique chemistry provides bleaching action that brightens surfaces as it cleans and leaves surfaces sparkling clean with a pleasant scent. It is ideal for cleaning concrete, ceramic tile, quarry tile, grout, brick and rubber mats with a floor machine or mop. Inherent biological action in this enzyme floor cleaner continues to work between regularly scheduled cleanings to help keep grease accumulations to minimum.
Caution: Do not mix or use this product with acid, alkaline, or product containing bleach. For use on floors only. Do not use on food contact surfaces.
Areas of Use
- Ceramic tile
- Quarry tile
- Great for kitchens, restaurants, restrooms, shower rooms, schools and food service areas
Directions for Dilution
Use unheated tap water when diluting product. These directions are flexible rather than specific. In many cases a more dilute solution can be used, while for extreme conditions a less dilute solution may be used.
Apply product by mop, sponge, cloth or autoscrubber on surfaces to be cleaned. Allow a few minutes of dwell time for the solution to penetrate the soil. If necessary, agitate to help remove excessive soils. Wipe dry with clean cloth or rinse thoroughly with clean water as needed.
- Light Duty Cleaning: Dilute 1-2 ounces of product per gallon of water.
- Medium Duty Cleaning: Dilute 3-4 ounces of product per gallon of water.
- Heavy Duty Cleaning: Dilute 6-8 ounces of product per gallon of water.
|Manufacturer Part Number||CLNEZB128CN-4|
|Volume||1 gallon / 128 oz|
|pH Level||8.5 - 9.5|
|Recommended Dilution||1:16 - 1:128|
|Freeze/Thaw Stability||Keep from freezing|