WHAT IT's FOR
EVERGREEN Home 1 is Part 1 of our unique Cleaning-System-for-Your-Home. It is a fast-acting one-stop cleaner to help you shift stubborn dirt and grease from hard and soft surfaces. It has a wonderfully citrusy aroma and it will leave your home smelling tantalisingly fresh and very clean.
WHERE TO USE IT
EVERGREEN Home 1 can be used throughout your home on all hard-surfaced furniture, on polished floors (including vinyl, rubber, linoleum, terrazzo, and marble), on kitchen worktops and cupboards, on household fixtures and fittings, on paintwork and just about any other surface where greasy marks and stubborn dirt is to be removed. It can also be used to remove spot marks from carpets and furnishing fabrics (but best to check for colour fastness on an inconspicuous area first). You can use it in your office and workplace too.
HOW TO USE IT
To use EVERGREEN Home 1, shake the bottle first. Open (turn) nozzle to spray mode (or jet mode if needed). Spray cleaning fluid sparingly onto the surface. Wipe clean with a soft cloth until dry. Use of a microfibre cloth is recommended. For small areas spray directly onto the cloth and wipe the area to be cleaned. After use, close the nozzle and store bottle upright.
WHAT's in the BOTTLE
EVERGREEN Home 1 contains a mixture of anionic and non-ionic detergents in a low but very effective concentration. It also contains lemongrass essential oil which is responsible for giving a long-lasting, fresh citrusy aroma. Further information about the contents can be found on the material safety data sheet, available to the professional user on request.
The contents of the bottle are alkaline (pH 10). This is one of the properties that makes EVERGREEN Home 1 so effective at shifting grease.
WHAT ABOUT PRECAUTIONS?
As with all cleaning products, some components have the potential to irritate if exposed to them. EVERGREEN Home 1 should be used responsibly and kept out of the reach of children. To avoid prolonged contact, we would recommend wearing suitable (for example, disposable or "rubber") gloves. Eye protection should be used where there is a risk of splashing. In the case of contact with eyes, rinse eyes under fresh running cold water. In the case of ingestion, rinse mouth thoroughly with cold water and seek medical attention.