Fred’s PTC Green Bathroom Cleaner is a Green-friendly formula that safely removes hard water deposits, soap scum, and mildew from shower stalls, bathtubs, sinks and toilet bowls. This product eliminates the need for heavy scrubbing and will effectively clean porcelain, chrome and tile. It contains a low pH organic salt that is used to replace traditional mineral and organic acids. Fred’s PTC Green Bathroom Cleaner is safe on most metal, phosphate free, biodegradable, and is non-irritating to skin. Fred’s PTC Green Bathroom Cleaner cleans tubs, showers, sinks, toilets and does an excellent job on chrome fixtures.
- Biodegradable & Environmentally Safe Formula
- Removes Mineral Deposits and Soap Scum
- Use on Tubs, Showers, Sinks, Toilets, Glass Doors and Chrome Fixtures
- Pleasant Fragrance
- Excellent on Fiberglass and Plastic Tubs and Shower Stalls
- Shower stall cleaning made easy and Green!
128 fl. OZ/ 1 Gallon refill
Use with white hand pad.
For natural stone in showers use Fred’s Daily Counter Cleaner.
Important: Due to the P.H. level of this product it is not safe on marble or other delicate stone.
Directions: Always wear gloves to protect skin from drying out.
SHOWER STALL: Pre wet area to be cleaned to dilute on surface. Apply Fred's PTC Green Bathroom Cleaner with squirt top and spread with non abrasive nylon pad. Note: Green pads can scratch certain surfaces, white is the safest or a nylon brush. These tools are available in hand held and on a pole for easier use. Allow Fred's PTC Green to sit and remain wet for five to ten minutes, do not allow to dry, agitate with pad or brush and rinse clean.
CHROME BATHROOM FIXTURES: Apply Fred's PTC Green with wet sponge, wipe dry. Note: Some fixture finishes are very delicate and should only be cleaned with Fred's Daily Counter Cleaner and protected using Fred's Weekly Polish.
TOILET BOWLS AND URINALS: Push excess water from bowl with bowl brush, squirt Fred's PTC Green around rim of bowl, agitate with brush, allow to sit and flush to rinse. Note: Do not place container on Formica, or any other porous or delicate surfaces. For very old surfaces being cleaned, test small, inconspicuous area to determine if glaze or enamel surface is removed. If so discontinue use immediately.