2.7 No.6 – Air Fresheners Detergents

Use for spraying into the air for a lingering perfume, or for cleaning and deodorising hard surfaces where a strong pleasant fragrance is desirable. Some of the most commonly used products from this category are BREEZE and OCEAN AIR.

When cleaning floors, make sure the product is diluted with water to the correct ratio (e.g., 1:50) stated on the label or Product Data Sheet (PDS).

Mixing and diluting correctly to the recommended label instructions is important. If too much is used, the perfume and surfactant ingredients will leave a sticky residue. This will then attract dirt and make the floor get dirtier faster.

For use as an air freshener, check dilution instructions. These solutions are normally stronger (less diluted) than for floor cleaning.