Idocare Tangerine Breeze All-Purpose Cleaning Spray (750ml)
The IDOCARE Tangerine Breeze All-Purpose Cleaning Spray is made for easy general cleaning. It is great for tough stains around your home, like grease, dirt, oil, food stains and many more. Idocare All-Purpose Cleaning Spray is multifunctional and easy to use on hard surfaces, like counters, tiles, wood, stone, laminates, marble, aluminium and glass. Suitable for use in kitchen, toilet and household.
- NPE free
- Phosphate free
- Paraben free
- EDTA free
- SLS free
Simply spray onto a soiled area and wipe clean. For heavily soiled areas, spray and let it stand on the area for 30 seconds, then wipe clean. Be sure to test on a small area or surface first before spraying on the whole area.
Sodium Alkyl Benzene Sulphonate (biodegradable), N-(N-Octyl)-2-Pyrrolidone, Dipropylene Glycol, MonoMethyl Ether (biodegradable). Free of bleaching agents and synthetic dyes.
Scent: Extracts of orange peel.
How to dispose
IDOCARE Tangerine Breeze All-Purpose Cleaning Spray bottles are recyclable! Simply wash the bottles clean and dispose them at the nearest recycling bin near your place.
To find out the location of recycling bins near your estate, go to OneMap and under Theme, go to Environment, and chooseRecycling Bins.
Do You Know?
Many common household cleaning products do not list all their ingredients used. Do you know the possible toxic ingredients that are used in these heavily used home products?
NPE, also known as nonylphenol ethoxylate, is toxic and widely used as a surfactant in common household products. Tests have shown that its ability as an endocrine disruptor mimics estrogen, affecting reproduction, causing birth defects and learning disabilities.
Commonly found in detergents, Phosphates are used to soften hard water, break down grease and remove stains. Asphosphates are nutrients for aquatic plants, when it ends up in the water system, they can cause accelerated algae growth. This depletes oxygen in the water, resulting in the death of fishes and organisms, creating unbalanced ecosystems.
3. Optical brighteners
Optical brighteners are chemical dyes that make fabrics appear brighter and whiter than they really are. Residuals left on clothes may cause skin irritation and allergic reactions. Also, as they are not easily biodegradable, they remain in the water system for an indefinite period of time. It is toxic to fish, animal and plant life.
Parabens are a group of low cost chemical compounds widely used as preservatives in cosmetics and pharmaceuticals due to their anti-bacterial and fungicidal properties. Because they mimic estrogen, research has linked parabens to instances of breast cancer, although a conclusive link has yet to be established. Studies have shown that parabens can accumulate in body tissue over time, and have also caused fertility issues in research with mice.