Unit: 6x750ml Approx weight 6kg
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Description: Viscous formula clings longer for more thorough action. A concentrated lavatory cleaner which removes limescale and organic deposits. Cleans and descales washroom areas.
Application: TOILETS AND URINALS: Apply evenly under the toilet rim. Give up to 15 minutes contact time before brushing and finally flushing the toilet. HARD SURFACES: Dilute 1 part to 40 parts cold or hand hot water. Wash the surface with this solution. Rinse thoroughly with clean water. N.B. Do not use on acid sensitive surfaces such as marble, terrazzo, chrome or enamel. Do not leave neat material in prolonged contact; always rinse off.
Product uses: For use on all ceramic and stainless steel urinals and toilets.
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(ISO 9001, ISO14001, ISO 18001 & IPPC Certified)
Ingredients State: Composition An advanced blend of acids and surfactants, dye and perfume Appearance Clear liquid Colour Royal blue Viscosity 400 Cps Cloud Point 40oC Density 1.08 pH <1 Fragrance Fresh modern bouquet type Stability Two years minimum in unopened containers at ambient temperature. sulphamidic acid; sulphamic acid; sulfamic acid (CAS-No.) 5329-14-6 (EC-No.) 226-218-8 (EC Index-No.) 016-026-00-0 (REACH-no) 01-2119488633-28 10 - 15 Eye Irrit. 2, H319 Skin Irrit. 2, H315 Aquatic Chronic 3, H412
May cause respiratory irritation. Repeated exposure may cause skin dryness or cracking. Causes eye irritation. Symptoms/effects after ingestion : May cause a light irritation of the linings of the mouth, throat, and gastrointestinal tract.
Accreditation: All surfactants contained in this Product meet the requirements of the EU Detergent Directive 2005 ? 2004/648/EC. This requires all surfactants to break down both quickly and completely into harmless material such as CO2 and water.