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Dawn® Heavy Duty Floor Cleaner

Cuts tough grease on quarry tile, the grease fighting power of Dawn now for your floor. Includes dosing pump to ensure proper dilution and value. Versatile, multipurpose cleaner for floors, walls, tables, food-contact surfaces, and restrooms. Dual-surfactant system emulsifies greasy soils and suspends them so they can be removed. High builder level helps remove grimy tracked-in dirt and delivers excellent cleaning in hard water. No corrosive mildly alkaline formula balances tough cleaning power with employee safety. Can be used with chlorine bleach. Classified by UNDERWRITERS LABORATORIES INC., as to slip resistance only 43R9. UL.
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  • Dawn Heavy Duty Floor Cleaner

    Dawn Professional Heavy Duty Floor Cleaner Concentrate 4-55 3/1 gal

    Case
    10037000087899
    Package
    037000087892
    Weight
    30.526
    Units
    3

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Ingredients We Do Not Use

Here is a list of some of the most common materials we get asked about that we do not use as ingredients in any of our formulated products (health care, skin and personal cleansing, hair care, laundry, home care, and oral care):

  • Alkylphenols and alkylphenol ethoxylates
  • Benzene
  • Bisphenol A (not in formulas*)
  • Heavy metals: Arsenic, Lead, Chromium VI, Mercury, Cadmium, Nickel
  • Microbeads
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  • PAHs (Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons) PCBs (Polychlorinated biphenyls) Phthalates**
  • Triclosan
  • Triclocarban**

We have strict product safety limits in place when any of these materials could be found in tiny amounts due to their natural (or background) presence in water, the environment, or as part of the manufacturing process.