A highly effective, yet gentle, synthetic detergent concentrate, formulated for use in professional floor care programs on all types of flooring surfaces including resilient tile, ceramic tiles, marble, terrazzo, synthetic gym flooring, sealed wood, cork, and as a general purpose cleaner.
Strong enough to remove stubborn soil, it will not degrade or dull existing floor finishes. Chelating and sequestering agents neutralize and suspend troublesome salt and ice melters. Routine use will reduce the necessity of stripping and recoating by removing abrasive dirt, and acidic or alkaline residues which can attack floor coatings.
When used to clean surfaces prior to recoating, with resilient tile or water-based wood floor finishes, Tops Synthetic Neutral Cleaner reduces surface tension and neutralizes floor surfaces, allowing for better finish performance by assuring the floor meets acceptable pH parameters.
This product also delivers superior performance as a general purpose cleaner for wall tiles, porcelain, plastics, chromium, and stainless steel. This cleaner is non-corrosive, non-toxic, non-flammable, and biodegradable.
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"EPA registers pesticide products, including disinfectants. As part of the registration process, EPA evaluates the product efficacy to make sure the public health label claims are accurate. Currently, over 500 disinfectant products are registered for use on hard, non-porous surfaces against influenza A viruses. EPA believes, based on available scientific information, that the currently registered influenza A virus products will be effective against the 2009-H1N1 flu strain and other influenza A virus strains on hard, non-porous surfaces. For safe and effective use of these products, always follow label instructions for these products, paying special attention to the product’s dilution rate (if applicable) and contact time."
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