Daily Kitchen Cleaner

by Method
Code
00124980000562
Size:828ml
R79.95
-+

Overview

  • Non-toxic
  • With Plant-based Powergreen Technology
  • Cuts grease & grime

Description

Method Daily Kitchen Cleaner is a non-toxic kitchen cleaner with plant-based powergreen technology. It packs a mighty cleaning punch knock out grease and food spills, without leaving any residue behind - easy as pie and nearly as satisfying.  

Ingredients

Water, <5% Non-ionic Surfactants (Decyl Glucoside*, Laureth-7*), Sodium Gluconate*, Perfume (Limonene*: may produce an allergic reaction, linalool*), Sodium Carbonate*, Citric Acid*, Potassium Hydroxide*, Colorant.  *Denotes plant or mineral origin

Warnings

Avoid contact with eyes. In case of eye contact, flush with water. If swallowed, drink a glass of water and contact a doctor. Keep out of reach of children. Its always a good idea to test in an inconspicuous place first.

Directions

Spray on surface. Wipe immediately. Stand back and admire. For use on most sealed surfaces. Worktops, tile, stone, wood, glass.

Dietary Summary

  • Non-toxic
  • Cruelty Free
 

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