Cleaning is only the first step to a germ-free existence. Using detergent works wonders on dirt but it doesn’t kill bacteria or other microorganisms that can cause food poisoning. Killing bacteria ensures a clean household or workplace, which makes sanitizing an absolute must. You might ask yourself what’s the difference between cleaning, sanitizing and disinfecting? …

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Degreasers – Part Two

Grease is everywhere, from kitchens and bathrooms to our skin and clothes. Luckily, there are many types of degreasers to help us stay clean and clear. Essential oils don’t just smell amazing, they are very versatile with a wide range of medicinal and healing properties. They are great cleaning agents against bacteria and fungus. Adding …

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Degreasers – Part One

It’s all in the name, degreaser! This cleaning agent is solvent-based or at least contains some form of solvent. It’s mostly used to remove water-soluble substances like paint, oil, lubricants, corrosive products, abrasive dust, organic films of all kinds and of course, grease. Degreasers can be used in domestic cleaning for kitchen appliances, floors, tiles …

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Acids – Part One

Acid cleaners may sound scary but that’s just horror movies clouding the subject. We use acids every day and don’t even know it – we even ingest them so they can’t all be bad especially if we’re using them to clean our homes. Mild acidic cleaners are primarily used to dissolve hard water deposits, remove …

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When it comes to cleaning, the image of hard work usually accompanies it – as in it’s hard work to clean your living room, clean the kitchen and clean your entire house. Abrasive cleaners bring their own ‘hard work’ to the cleaning game, with built-in elbow grease, if you will. Abrasive cleaners are designed to …

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