If we wouldn’t want it for our family, we wouldn’t ask you to use it near yours. We don’t formulate our products with these ingredients:
A floor care product for waxing wood floors.
Deodorized Naptha is a deodorized form of Stoddard solvent, which is sometimes called white mineral spirits. It is a solubilizer that ensures even distribution of the ingredients throughout a product, to help it work better. No matter how much you shake or blend a formula that combines oil and water, over time the oils will separate from the rest of the liquid - just like salad dressing. A solubilizer like Deodorized Naptha helps keep a formula well mixed.
(Helps ensure even distribution of ingredients.)
Carnauba Wax is a naturally derived film former that can also be found in cosmetics and skin care products. It creates a protective coating or shine on a surface. Carnauba Wax comes from the carnauba palm tree – it forms on the leaves of the palm to protect the leaves from heat and keep their moisture from evaporating. In household wax products, it adds shine and protection when applied to a surface.
(Creates a protective coating or shine on a surface.)
Microcrystalline Wax is a film former that can also be found in cosmetics, chewing gum and eye drops. It creates a coating or shine on a surface. This means that the surface has an added level of protection, and also has the shine that helps the surface look its best. It can also be used as a binder that holds a product's ingredients together. Microcrystalline Wax is added to products so that when other ingredients are compressed, they hold together in a solid shape.
Paraffin is a blend of waxes that is used to form a candle and that provides fuel for the candle as it burns. In cleaning products, Paraffin can be used as a film former to create a protective coating or shine on a surface. Paraffin is one of the most plentiful and commonly used waxes today. It can also be found in a wide array of products from lipsticks to eye makeup to baby products.