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All-Purpose Cleaner

All-Purpose Cleaner

• Destroys 99.9% of bacteria, including E. coli and Salmonella, without leaving a harmful chemical residue • An effective disinfectant for use in the kitchen, bathroom, bedroom and other areas • Antibacterial formula • Great for cleaning all around the home.

How to use

Test in an inconspicuous area first. Can be used directly on the surface, Suitable for rinsable, treated surfaces: ceramic tiles, kitchen surfaces, floors and parquet. Great for cleaning all types of floor. Spray the all purpose cleaner on the mop, and mop the surface for best results.

Instruction

1. Use as indicated. 2. Keep out of reach of children. 3. In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice. 4. If swallowed, seek medical advice immediately. 5. Store under average temperature and dry place

Use Sites

Homes, basements, bathrooms, bedrooms, dens, dining rooms, kitchens, laundry rooms, garbage storage areas, living rooms, mudrooms, nurseries, playrooms, storage rooms, pet areas, crates, pet carriers, pet bedding, pet toys, litter boxes.

Dishwashing liquid

Dishwashing liquid

Dishwashing liquid can be used in two common ways to hand wash dishes: by "diluting" dish detergent in a sink or dishpan filled with water, or by squirting detergent directly onto a sponge or the dirty dish.

How to wash dishes by hand:

1. Prep - scrape off food
2. Fill - get some clean, hot, soapy water
3. Wash - scrub them, under the water
4. Rinse - wash off all suds and residue
5. Dry - air dry or towel dry

Instruction

Keep out of reach of children. Avoid contact with eyes. If accidentally swallowed, Call a doctor immediately. Store in a cool dry place away from sunlight.

Washing Machine Liquid

How to hand wash

Washing machine liquid can be used to hand wash your clothes. Just simply pour a teaspoon of liquid detergent into a tub of slightly warm water, put the clothing in the water, swish it around with your hands for a couple of minutes, and then move your garment into another tub of (detergent-free) water. Rinse your garb by pulling it out of the water a couple of times, then, when there’s no more soap, lay the piece of clothing on a flat surface and let it dry for a few hours.

Where to put detergent in washing machines:

If you’re looking for where to put detergent in washing machines, the answer is usually fairly simple. Your washing machine should have a detergent drawer. The detergent drawer tends to be the biggest one, although this can vary across different models. You may also see a separate compartment for the softener.

Instruction

Keep out of reach of children. Avoid contact with eyes. If accidentally swallowed, Call a doctor immediately. Store in a cool dry place away from sunlight.

Remember

The liquid is safe for washing regular clothes.Please check clothes for color bleeding before putting them in the machine.