Trashed Green label - One gallon container
- Trashed Gree Low pH 5.9
- Safest environmental product on the market.
- Dilution is 1:64
- hydroforce, pump up sprayers use 2 oz to a gallon.
- It is a Green product as defined by many standards. It is the only green product on the market that states the green statement on it's label.
- Insanely high dilution. 1:64. That means, 1 gallon will make 64 gallons of ready to use (rtu) prespray!
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Contains Citrus (delimonene) to remove oil based stains.
Trashed Green is a High performance liquid cleaner with added Oxygen and Citrus. Prespray and a detergent all in one for carpets, tile, and grout. It also removes mold and mildew. Use trashed green for a carpet prespray, carpet cleaning chemical, tile and grout cleaning, hardsurface cleaning, upholstery cleaning, and as an unbelievable spotter when used at 1:16 dilution. So throw away all those overlapping products from other manufacturers. Using this product, you can easily get 10 cents more per sq. ft. (or up to 33% more).
Find the toughest carpets this product will clean everything
Carpet and Rug Institute approved chemical!!!
CRI approved Chemical for carpet!
Environmental Statement: We don’t hide our environmental claims, we prove them:
Trashed Green as used is not toxic to aquatic life, each of the organic ingredients in the product as used exhibits ready biodegradability in accordance with the OECD definition, and does not contain prohibited ingredients. Trashed Green Label meets established environmental profiles for removal of at least 80% of the particulate soil (ASTM) D4488-95, A5, is non toxic to humans, does not contain any ingredients that are carcinogens or that are known to cause reproductive toxicity, is not corrosive to the skin or eyes, is not a skin sensitizer, as tested by the OECD Guidelines for Testing Chemicals, Section 406, is not combustible, does not contain substances that contribute significantly to the production of photochemical smog, tropospheric ozone, or poor indoor-air quality, and meets established volatile organic content (VOC) limits.