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Toilet Bowl Cleaner C120

Added by on November 18th, 2010, filed under Cleaners

Toilet Bowl Cleaner C120 Concentrated Solution

Toilet Bowl Cleaner C120 is designed specifically for cleaning toilet bowls and urinals. It removes rust, lime and uric acid deposits, thus eliminating offensive odors. Toilet Bowl Cleaner destroys many dangerous bacteria.

Many toilets and urinals contain porous lime deposits and uric acid stains, forming the basis for unsightly discoloration. This scale accumulates organic matter which decomposes and quickly becomes germ laden, and obnoxious form an odor standpoint.

It acts to quickly dissolve and remove those unsanitary conditions, leaving toilet bowls and urinals sparking clean, not only where the eye can see, but also under the flush ring and all the way down through the trap. Offensive odors are eliminated by removal of the source.

DIRECTIONS OF USE

  1. Remove water from bowl by forcing over trap with applicator. Working the applicator in downward strokes towards the trap, get the water to roll over the trap. This will take a little practice; normally, 15 to 20 strokes are needed to remove the water.
  2. Remove excessive water from applicator by pressing it against the side of the bowl.
  3. Pour one ounce of Toilet Bowl Cleaner on the applicator.
  4. Clean the entire unit, especially under the rim of the water inlet, completely inside and out. Clean underside of toilet seat.
  5. Flush and rinse out applicator.

HANDLING AND CARE

WARNING: CORROSIVE. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.

  • Maybe fatal if swallowed.
  • Avoid contact with skin and eyes.
  • Do not breathe vapor or fumes.
  • In case of accidental contact, flush with plenty of water and get medical attention.
  • Avoid contact with food.
  • May cause chemical burns. Do not use on skins, bathtubs, or other porcelain enameled surfaces.

PROPERTIES
A blue liquid with fragrance specially formulated for the effective cleaning of toilet bowls.

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