from renewable resources
to use, store and dispose.
from cutting edge technology
enough to be used for cleaning oil spills
and gentle enough to be used for cleaning contact lenses.
All purpose cleaner.
Simply spray on and wipe off. Use
it on any water safe surface that needs cleaning. Always check for colorfastness and follow
manufacturer’s recommendations. To
minimize foaming, always add concentrate to water, not water to concentrate. As with all cleaning products, keep out of
reach of children.
A 23 to 1 dilution is recommended for general cleaning
purposes. However the product may be
used full strength or diluted up to 350 to 1.
Just a small amount of Gelousy Salon Cleaner will completely solubilize (surround) and hold the soil in suspension so that it can be washed away without damaging the cleaning surface. Powerful micelle cleaning action causes long chain hydrocarbon soils to virtually repel from the cleaning surface so that soils can be rinsed away with water.
Kitchen: Spray on and wipe off any surface that needs
cleaning. Stove, floor, refrigerator, oven, countertops, sink, tables, chairs
Spots on Carpet,
Upholstery or clothing: Saturate
spot. Wait 30 seconds. Blot with a clean towel. Always check for colorfastness first.
Steam Cleaners, Floor
Cleaners or Shampoo Machines: Use in
place of detergent concentrate. Dilute 2
to 1. Follow manufacturer’s
instructions. For example if you would
regularly add 2 ounces of detergent concentrate to the machine, then add one
ounce of Gelousy Salon Cleaner concentrate and one ounce of water.
Fruit and Vegetable Wash: Spray fruit or vegetable, rub with your hands
and rinse with cool water.
Concrete Sidewalks or
Driveways: To remove oil spots,
apply full strength. Wait three minutes
then scrub with a brush. Spray off with
water or add water to spot and blot with towel.
To clean concrete, spray on and brush with a broom then spray off with
Salon: Use to clean any surface that needs cleaning
that is safe for water. The cleaner
meets all regulatory requirements for EPA, OSHA, RCRA, TSCA, SARA, NFRA and is