Proprietary enzyme blend that delivers excellent cleaning results by harnessing the power of enzymes and surfactants.
Sporicidin® Enzyme Cleaner Concentrate is a proprietary enzyme blend that delivers excellent cleaning results by harnessing the power of plant enzyme extracts to tackle even the toughest soiling and contamination. This proprietary enzyme formula contains protease to digest and break down proteins, such as blood and other bodily fluids; lipase to digest and emulsify fats and oils; and amylase to breakdown organic plant matter. The super-concentrated formula saves money in both reduced cleaning chemical costs and labor – dilutes at 1 oz. per gallon of water for light to moderate cleaning tasks, or mix 2 oz. per gallon for heavy duty cleaning. The digestive action of enzymes reduce physical cleaning requirements by breaking down and liquefying organic soiling, making it easier to remove from the surface.
For specific use site directions, see product labeling. For all applications, always test in inconspicuous areas prior to full product usage.
General Use Instructions: Add 2 ounces of Sporicidin Enzyme Cleaner Concentrate to one gallon of luke-warm water. Apply solution to surface or material to be cleaned. Allow solution to remain in contact for a minimum of 1 minute using light mechanical scrubbing, if necessary, to remove debris. Stubborn or heavy contamination may require repeat application.
Do not mix with any other chemicals.
As with any chemical, precautions should be taken to minimize or prevent exposure to mists, lingering vapors, or residuals, which may cause discomfort or aggravate existing health conditions.
Enzyme Cleaner Concentrate Ingredient Disclosure –
Enzyme Blend (proprietary), Water (CAS# 7732-18-5), Alcohol Ethoxylate (CAS# 68439-46-3), Sodium Octanesulfonate (CAS# 5324-84-5), Sodium Iminodisuccinate (CAS# 144538-83-0), Sodium Formate (CAS# 141-53-7), 1,2-benzisothiazolin-3-one (CAS# 2634-33-5), Fragrance* (proprietary), Limonene (CAS# 5989-27-5)
*Examples of fragrance ingredients can be found here.