Enzyme Wizard Multi-Purpose Kitchen Bathroom Spray & Wipe

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Enzyme Wizard Multi-Purpose Bathroom / Kitchen Spray and Wipe is an Industrial strength cleaner for hard surfaces.

PRODUCT AVAILABILITY: 1 Litre Trigger Pack, 1 Litre Refill, 5 Litre Refill

NOTE 1L Trigger pack is a ready to use formulation. All other sizes are a concentrated formula.

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Enzyme Wizard Multi-Purpose Kitchen Bathroom Spray & Wipe

The enzymes in Multi-Purpose Bathroom / Kitchen Spray and Wipe break down stains & odours into their basic elements. Carbon, hydrogen and other elements readily integrate with the environment instead of polluting it. Even mineral buildups like calcium and lime simply fall apart when enzymes break down the organic ‘glue’ that holds it in place. Plus, enzymes completely remove odours, leaving the room smelling fresh and truly clean without strong fragrances.

Complete Ingredients: Water, Enzyme Wizard enzymes blended from plants, surfactant and non-essential oil fragrance.

  • Naturally lifts grease from grout lines.
  • Eliminates odours by destroying the organic matter. It does not just mask odours!
  • pH neutral, non-corrosive and safe for all surfaces not harmed by water.
  • Concentrated formula – specifically blended for mould and mildew remediation.
  • Contains a proprietary multi-enzyme formula designed to break down mould spores and fungus.
  • Removes and cleans accumulated debris.

Features / Benefits

  • pH Neutral Formula.
  • Unique Enzyme formula to remove Mould and Mildew.
  • Contains no caustic ingredients – won’t damage surface of tile or grout in bathrooms.
  • Only general wiping down of tiles is required.
  • Product does not contain soap and will not streak on any surface.
  • No build up of soap around taps and general areas.
  • Can be disposed of down drains, enzyme will carry on breaking down organic matter in bathroom sinks.

How to Use:

  1. Dilute the product at a ratio of 10:1 into the spray bottle.
  2. For general cleaning wipe down surface preferably with a microfibre cloth.
  3. In showers that have a slight build up of mould (Black), spray the surface with the mould and mildew cleaner. Use a small brush e.g. like a tooth brush and rub up and down between the grouting while at the same time leaving the grouting wet with solution. On the glass shower doors it is more effective to use a standard cloth than a microfibre cloth as there is more traction.
  4. Can be used in bathrooms to wipe down all surfaces as normal.
  5. Mirrors – One to two sprays initially onto mirror and then wipe down with cloth (preferably microfibre). When it comes to mirrors, less is better.

Important Information:

  • For new mould use the dilution rates outlined on the packaging and follow general cleaning instructions.
  • For mould that has been there for some time and that is embedded in the grout, mix a 1:1 solution and then scrub the grouting with a soft brush, not a hard brush as the bristles won’t get into the grouting because it is lower than the surface of the tile.
  • In hard to reach areas of a shower or in anywhere in the bathroom, spray enzyme into the area for a couple of days, the mould should soften and all that is needed should be to wash the area down with water, if it does not then a bit of high pressure would be needed to loosen the mould.
  • Do not mix the enzyme spray with any bleach or oxidisers as this will de activate the enzymes.
  • It is also recommended that when starting to use the Enzyme Spray in the bathroom, use new microfibre cloths and any other brushes or equipment you use, as there may be residual soap and or scum on the cloths & brushes.
  • In a lot of cases mould will grow behind silicone in a shower, the quickest and best way to remove the mould is to remove the silicone, spray the area down. Scrub the area with a brush, allow it to dry and then re apply the silicone. For the next couple of days wash the area around the silicone down so that the enzyme spray can soak in.
  • The most common area for mould to form is in the corners and along areas where two surfaces meet. Some preventative maintenance would be to spray onto the cloth and then wipe along the crevice and in the corners spray some enzyme.

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