128 oz. Sprayer Adds to Clorox Urine Remover’s Cleaning Power
If you are unfamiliar with Clorox Urine Remover, now is definitely the time to learn about the product that is revolutionizing the removal of organic stains and odors. Besides being ideal for restrooms (including porous surfaces like grout) it can also be used on mattresses, carpets, laundry, and other absorbent soft surfaces without damage. Where other products have missed the mark, Urine Remover comes through as an odor fighting, stain removing hero.
For more information on why the Clorox Urine Remover is so effective, read our prior post, New Clorox Urine Remover Takes on Unpleasant Jobs with Ease.
Clorox Urine Remover’s stain-fighting power is now gaining some additional reinforcement from a trusty side-kick, as Clorox is doing away with the spray attachment on the 128 oz. package, and opting instead to supply distributors with a free 128 oz. pressurized sprayer with the purchase of a 128 oz. bottle. (Supplied upon request from local broker/Clorox supplier.)
The new pressurized sprayer works the same as any standard pressurized applicator, and will allow the user to cover larger areas with less effort.
Ideal large-job applications include:
- Locker Rooms/Shower Rooms
- Outdoor Areas (i.e. alleys, parking structures, etc.)
- Kennels and Veterinary Clinics
- Long Term Care/Acute Care Facilities
- Lodging and Hospitality
- Athletic Arenas/Stadiums
- Building Maintenance/Property Management
- or anywhere organic odors are a concern!
Considering the general unpleasantness associated with organic stains such as blood, vomit, feces, urine and sweat, a faster and more efficient clean-up method becomes highly desirable in any setting.
Why Clorox Urine Remover?
The unique formulation of over 2% Hydrogen Peroxide means it can be used on ANY surface without damaging the material, including those you cannot use other cleaners on. Hard to clean surfaces can now all be treated the same – tile, wood floors, mattresses, carpeting, concrete, grout…all can be treated with Clorox Urine Remover. This dynamic cleaning ability equates to just one product to cover multiple surfaces, as opposed to having to have multiple cleaners on hand for various jobs.
The best part is, Clorox Urine Remover does NOT need to be rinsed off, because (if you remember back to chemistry class) Hydrogen Peroxide neutralizes over time to become water. That’s right- after it’s done doing it’s amazing job of cleaning up disgusting and unpleasant messes without discriminating against surfaces, it simply becomes water. (With a light scent that can really only be described as “clean”.)
How Does it Work?
There’s a lot of science involved in understanding cleaning products. In short, Clorox Urine Remover attacks the components of urine that give it that notorious ammonia odor, without damaging surfaces. It can also be used before or after other products without concern of chemical interaction. In summary, it just works really, really well. But, if you want the scientific explanation, Clorox explains it best:
The hydrogen peroxide in Clorox® Urine Remover breaks down the odor at it’s source through oxidization and removes uric acid crystals. Surfactants, solvent and a low pH work together to clean urine stains from porous grout and other difficult surfaces. The product can be used before or after other cleaning products, with no additional training needed. Very low surface-safety concerns. Does not contain bleach.
The bacteria formulated in enzymatic cleaners are living microorganisms that generate enzymes to “eat” uric acid crystals. Because enzyme-based cleaners are typically formulated at a neutral pH to be compatible with the living bacteria, they do not clean urine stains as effectively from difficult surfaces such as porous grout. And using an antibacterial or high/low pH product before or after using an enzyme-based cleaner on the same surface may neutralize the enzymes and bacteria.
Dilutable General Bathroom Cleaners (GBCs) typically contain less than 0.5 % of their active ingredient after dilution, and may not completely remove stubborn uric acid crystals from porous surfaces such as grout. Remaining uric acid crystals will later release a strong ammonia-like odor. And they’re not designed for use on soft surfaces like carpet or mattresses.
A True Cleaning Hero
Have you ever had to deal with potty training a toddler? Or house-breaking a pet? How about caring for an elderly relative? Have you ever used a public restroom that smelled so bad it stung your nose? Or walked down a city street where dogs (and people) have marked their territory?