SAFE SOLUTIONS TWEETMINT ENZYME CLEANER 16 oz
Information from Safe Solutions:
TweetMint Enzyme Cleaner is the perfect household cleaning companion; safe, non-toxic and strong enough for any task, when used as directed. TweetMint formula itself is biodegradable, while its bottle & packaging can be recycled. TweetMint is natural and will not contaminate people or environment. Experience the awesome power of all natural activated enzyme.
Nontoxic · Hypoallergenic · Biodegradable · pH Balanced
TweetMint Enzyme Cleaner is a concentrate - a little goes a long way when diluted with water. One gallon of TweetMint will produce up to 256 light-dilution batches of cleaner.
Light Dilution: Add 0.5 oz. - 1 oz. TweetMint concentrate per gallon of water.
Mid Dilution: Add 1 oz. - 2 oz. TweetMint concentrate per gallon of water.
Strong Dilution: Add 2 + oz. TweetMint concentrate per gallon of water.
Directions: Measure and mix the required amounts of TweetMint and water together. Each task is different, so start with a basic dilution from the table above and then adjust ratio according to your particular needs. TweetMInt can be applied using a Sprayer or other watering device. After applying, allow time for the enzymatic action to develop. Repeat application if necessary. Always test first in an inconspicuous place.
Ingredients: Purified water, anionic/nonionic surfactant blend, glycerin, enzymes, peppermint oil, sodium borate
Effective: TweetMint works more effectively than conventional chemical cleaners as it removes stains all the way down to its source. The enzymes break down stains and fully remove them for a deeper clean. TweetMint Enzyme Cleaner works especially well on organic stains, such as food spills & pet messes. TweetMint is a great de-greaser, breaking down the toughest oils from common grease to mechanic’s oil.
Quality Ingredients: TweetMint has some food-grade quality ingredients: enzymes & glycerin. TweetMint has some kosher ingredients: peppermint oil & glycerin. Natural ingredients: enzymes & peppermint oil. Plant-based ingredients: anionic/nonionic surfactant blend & glycerin. Naturally-occurring ingredient: sodium borate.
Biodegradable: The TweetMint formula itself is biodegradable, while its bottle & packaging can be recycled. TweetMint leaves no residual, is natural & non-toxic. TweetMint does not harm people, pets, or our shared environment; when used as directed.
Gentle on Surfaces: While being tough on stains and grime, TweetMint is non-corrosive and will not harm: porcelain sinks/toilets, bathtubs, counters, wood floors, walls, furniture, leather, carpets/rugs, windows/glass, cars, copper/silver, mirrors, grout, and other surfaces.
Odor Eliminator: TweetMint Enzyme Cleaner is a great odor eliminator. For example, pet stains can be smelly making them much harder to clean. Simply spray the stain with TweetMint before cleaning to eliminate the foul odors to make the task much easier. TweetMint is tough enough to eliminate the strongest of odors, including skunk spray and cat urine. TweetMint can also be misted or used in humidifiers to eliminate airborne odors.
Drain Cleaner: TweetMint can be used to clean drains safely, rather than using typical acid-type drain cleaners, which can be corrosive and harmful to pipes.
Mold & Mildew: TweetMint Enzyme Cleaner can be used to clean mold & mildew throughout homes, schools, and businesses. Simply spray directly onto mold & mildew and it wipes away easily.
Super-Concentrate: TweetMint Enzyme Cleaner is a concentrate – a little goes a long way when diluted with water. One gallon of TweetMint will produce up to 256 light-dilution batches of cleaner. For example, the light dilution for TweetMint is only 0.5 oz. (1 tbsp) per gallon of water.
Pest Control: TweetMint Enzyme Cleaner is registered as Minimum Risk/25(b)/EPA-Exempt for use in pest control in the state of Michigan. Here is the registration number for reference: 6347-25B-5
Precautions: Avoid contact with eyes to prevent irritation; immediately flush with water if contact occurs. In case of accidental ingestion, contact a physician. Do not allow children to handle.
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