Eco-Max Natural Tea Tree Disinfecting Tub & Tile Cleaner, 800ml

Ec-Max Natural Tea Tree Disinfecting Tub & Tile Cleaner, 800ml
Ec-Max Natural Tea Tree Disinfecting Tub & Tile Cleaner, 800ml
Ec-Max Natural Tea Tree Disinfecting Tub & Tile Cleaner, 800ml

Eco-Max Natural Tea Tree Disinfecting Tub & Tile Cleaner, 800ml

Regular price $4.99 Sale price $3.97 Save $1.02
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Eco-Max Disinfecting Tub & Tile Cleaner is approved by Health Canada to kill 99.99% of bacteria. It’s a powerful plant-based, bleach-free and quat-free natural cleaner designed to give you a safer cleaning experience in the bathroom.

Use it to clean away grime, soap scum, and hard water deposits, and to kill bacteria on non-porous hard surfaces like bathtubs, shower tiles and stalls, toilets, fixtures, and more. It’s scented with a fresh, pure tea tree essential oil with notes of peppermint.

Like their other products, Eco-Max Disinfecting Tub & Tile Cleaner doesn’t contain synthetic fragrances or dyes.

Sustainably Packed

Introducing Eco-Max fresh new bottle (that actually isn’t so new). Just like their other Enviro Bottles, it’s made with recycled plastic (a.k.a. the stuff you recycled). So, every time you take one home, you’re reducing your household’s use of virgin plastics, reducing landfill waste, and supporting the use of recycled materials for packaging.

Directions

To clean & deodorize: Spray product onto surface and wipe or rinse clean.

To disinfect: Pre-clean heavily soiled areas. Spray surface thoroughly, allow surface to remain wet for five minutes, then wipe or rinse clean.

Note: Test on an inconspicuous spot first. Not recommended for use on unsealed natural stone.


Active ingredient

Citric Acid 2.5% w/w.

Other ingredients

Water, Decyl Glucoside, Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree) Leaf Oil, and Menthe Piperita (Peppermint) Oil.

Vegan-Friendly - This product doesn’t contain animal ingredients and was not tested on animals.
This product is readily biodegradable and septic safe. It rapidly biodegrade when it finds its way back into the environment.
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