This wood floor cleaner has a no-wax formula, is non-toxic and biodegradable, making floor cleaning a joy for you and your environment. The sleek nozzle design means that fewer sprays are needed, allowing you to sweep up in double-quick time.
Non-toxic and biodegradable cleaners mean that no hazardous residues will stay behind when you clean your floor, making it safe for pets, people and the planet. Itsí bottle is also 100% recyclable.
Ethicalsuperstore.com product code: 79380
Shipping Weight: 810g
baking soda, biodegradable and non-toxic surfactant blend, potassium hydrate, non-toxic and biodegradable solvent, fragrance oil blend, preservative (less than 0.1%), colour, purified water
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lois asked this question on 18th Sep 2009
Q: Will this work on an engineered wood floor, which has a varnish finish? I normally just use a slightly damp microfibre mop but wondered whether I should do something else once in a while.
A: This no-wax formula is non-toxic and biodegradable. The manufacturer recommends that it is safe for use on laminate wood floors, but do not use on oiled floors.
I hope this helps, Jo.
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