SC Johnson products are not formulated with these ingredients:
A one-step toilet system that tackles tough stains like toilet rings, hard water marks and lime scale. The 360 degree spray covers the whole bowl, even under the rim.
(Provides a liquid base for a product.)
Ethoxylated Alcohol is a cleaning agent that can also be found in a variety of products including toothpaste and shampoos. It removes dirt and deposits by surrounding dirt particles to loosen them from the surface they're attached to, so they can be rinsed away. Ethoxylation is the process of treating a fatty acid alcohol to give it detergent properties.
(Breaks down dirt and deposits.)
Propylene Glycol is a solubilizer that can also be found in cosmetics, toothpaste, food and beer. It helps ensure even distribution of the ingredients throughout a product, to help it work better. It also can be used as an odor eliminator, as a cleaning agent that removes dirt, as a wetting agent, or as a carrier that enables delivery of the product to the surface. Propylene Glycol is sometimes confused with Ethylene Glycol, the sweet-tasting ingredient that can be used in air conditioning systems and antifreeze products, but it is a different ingredient and is not identified by any government regulatory agencies as a concern.
(Helps a formula spread across a surface, making cleaning more efficient.)
Disodium Ethanoldiglycinate is a chelator that can also be found in a variety of household products including cleaning, water treatment and personal care products. It removes soap scum and mineral deposits that are caused by hard water. The word chelator (pronounced "key-lay-tor") comes from the Greek word chele, or claw. Think of a chelator as a tiny claw that reaches out and grabs the minerals in soap scum or soils, to keep them from depositing on a surface. By binding to the soap scum or deposit, Disodium Ethanoldiglycinate allows them to be rinsed away. It is good for grabbing onto iron and calcium (hard water stains).
(Removes soap scum and soils.)
(Adds scent to a product.||Fragrance: Adds scent to a product. About our Palette.)
Citric acid is a builder that can also be found in a wide array of household products including laundry detergents, shampoos and cleaners. Of course, citric acid is also found in citrus fruits, such as oranges, lemons and limes. It makes a product formula clean better by affecting the molecules in the formula so they work together better. Citric Acid can also be used as a pH adjuster that alters the pH of a product to improve stability. Every formula has an optimum pH to make it work best. For example, a formula that’s more acidic works better for soap scum removal. Its opposite, a formula that’s more alkaline, might be more effective as a carpet cleaner. We use pH adjusters to make sure we achieve the best pH for a particular job. Also, the pH of a formula can affect how long it lasts within a container – for example limiting its tendency to rust in a can. Citric Acid can also be used as a cleaning agent that removes dirt, or as a chelator.
(Adjusts the pH of a product to improve stability.)
Nitrogen is a propellant used to dispense a product from a container. Nitrogen is a non-flammable, non-VOC compressed gas, used to replace hydrocarbons or chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) in aerosol products. Nitrogen makes up more than 75% of the air we breathe.
(Helps create the spray of a product.)