Scrubbing Bubbles® Bathroom Disinfectant Bathroom Grime Fighter (Rainshower Scent)
Quaternary Ammonium Compounds
Material that provides a registered performance objective in a product, such as in an insecticide, antimicrobial or repellent.
Water that has had minerals and other impurities removed.
Removes soap scum and soils.
Helps create the spray of a product.
Ensures even distribution of the ingredients in a product.
2,6-dimethyl-7-octen-2-ol; butylphenyl methylpropional*; citrus aurantium dulcis (orange) peel oil*; dipropylene glycol; hexamethylindanopyran*; hexyl cinnamal*; methyl Ionones; methyldihydrojasmonate; tetramethyl acetyloctahydronaphthalenes*; tricyclo(5.2.1.02,6)dec-4-en-8-yl acetate*Item on SC Johnson’s list of skin allergens, learn more
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Sodium HydroxidepH Adjuster
Adjusts the pH of a product to improve stability.
Directions for Use:
It is a violation of federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with labeling.
SHAKE WELL BEFORE AND DURING USE.
To Clean: Spray 6-8 inches from surface to be cleaned. Allow foam to penetrate. For heavily soiled areas, reapplication may be needed. Remove by wiping away foam with a cloth or sponge. On chrome, rinse with water.
To Disinfect and Deodorize: Pre-clean visibly soiled areas. Spray 6-8 inches from hard, non-porous surfaces until thoroughly wet. Let stand 5 minutes. Wipe with a wet cloth or sponge. Rinse food contact surfaces with potable water.
Do not apply this product around electrical equipment due to the possibility of shock hazard.
The scientific and regulatory communities have adopted a hierarchy that ranks viruses, from harder to kill on surfaces (high on the hierarchy) to easier to kill on surfaces (low on the hierarchy). If a disinfectant kills a virus higher on this scale, experts have demonstrated it will kill a virus lower on the scale. When used as directed, this product has efficacy against a virus higher on the scale than SARS-CoV-2. Based on this hierarchy, we believe that they will be effective against SARS-CoV-2.
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