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80% Pure Pine Oil (01 PP)

Pine oil is a clear, colorless to light amber, colored liquid, and is produced from the wood of pine trees by extraction or steam distillation. 80% Pure Pine is an excellent deodorizing cleaner. Apply to hard surfaces with microfiber cloth or mopping system.

80% Pure Pine turns milky white when diluted with water, and is best used as a heavy duty cleaner and deodorizer. Applications include concrete or tile floors, sinks, restroom surfaces, shower stalls, and similar hard surfaces.

TO DISINFECT, CLEAN & DEODORIZE HARD, NON-POROUS SURFACES IN ONE OPERATION: Use a mop or bush to apply a solution of 1/4 cup disinfectant to one gallon of water for moderately soiled surfaces such as floors, pet quarters and garbage cans, maintaining a thoroughly wet surface for 10 minutes. Mix fresh solution before each use: no rinsing necessary except on rubber or asphalt tile and on food contact surfaces. Heavily soiled surfaces must be pre-cleaned first followed by a second application using directions above to disinfect. Use full strength for cutting grease, crayon, old wax or other heavy- duty cleaning jobs; rinse immediately.

LAUNDRY: Use full strength on heavily soiled areas such as collars, cuffs and grease stains. Rub in well and use 1/2 cup in washer along with regular detergent as a cleaning booster and deodorizer.

PRE-SOAKING: To kill odor-causing bacteria, use 1/4 cup per gallon of water for diapers, baby clothes, bedding.

DOG BATH: Use 3 tsp. per gallon of water.

Phosphate free.

Pure Pine Oil has historically been an excellent, natural cleaner and disinfectant.

pH: 8.7 + 0.3
SPECIFIC GRAVITY: 0.946
COLOR: Clear Orange
ODOR: Pine

Availability:
1 gal
4/1 gal (case)
55 gal drum (add 3-5 days)
Pallet of 24 (qty), 4/1 gallon cases (add 3-5 days)
Pallet of 48 (qty), 4/1 gallon cases (add 3-5 days)

MSDS sheet available after purchase.
  • Model: 01 PP
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Current Reviews: 1

80% Pure Pine Oil


80% Pure Pine Oil

This is my first order. I am excited about trying the product. After receiving the product within a reasonable amount of time, I tried it right away. I am happy to say it works wonders. The 80% Pine Cleaner is very good for personal use-it cleans professionally. I would recommend it for anyone who wants the power of industrial strength cleaning. This isn't the last they've heard from me. The prices aren't so bad either, considering you use only a small portion of the formula....
Date Added: 03/22/2017 by bernadette w



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