Invade Natural Clean-Ideal For Organic and Natural Processing Facilities
Invade Natural Clean cleans with natural microbes and without harsh chemicals. It combines premium microbes, natural essential oil and coconut soap to eliminate organic debris and odors. It has been formulated for locations that need to meet National Organic Program criteria. It is ideal for organic and natural processing facilities.
- May be used in manual spray applicators, power sprayers, hose-end sprayers, foamers, or mop applications
- Ideal for Organic and Natural Processing Facilities
- Ideal for commercial kitchens, dumpsters pads and outdoor dining areas
- Treatment sites include commercial kitchens, dumpster pads, outdoor dining areas, restrooms, public showers, kennels, collection pits, droppings and general organic waste treatment
- Works great in cracks and crevices, and void areas eliminating organic build up and odors
- Contains no harsh odors
4-in1-Foaming, Mopping, Spraying and Drains
This cleaning agent works in four ways; foaming, spraying, mopping and drain treatment.
- Spraying: Mix 2-4 oz of Invade Natural Clean per gallon of water. Spray in areas of the organic debris or odor problem areas. Typical areas include drains, behind equipment, urinals, trash cans, baseboards, floors, dumpsters, kennels, rodent or bird droppings and animal areas. Do not rinse the treated areas with disinfectants or caustic cleaners.
- Foaming: Pour Invade Natural Clean into a Foam Sprayer (1:3 dilution). Apply to areas where needed allowing foam to dissipate. Apply as needed or monthly. Do not rinse the treated areas with disinfectants or caustic cleaners.
- Mopping: In a typical commercial mop bucket (3-4 gallons), pour in 1-2 oz in warm mop water. Do not add other cleaners or use scalding hot water. Use daily for best results or at least three times a week. Pour leftover mop solution in the drains.Do not rinse the treated areas with disinfectants or caustic cleaners.
- Drains: Coat sides of a drain ( 2 oz is good for a 4" drain). For the first week, repeat daily, then pour in drains 1-2 times a week for ongoing maintenance, as needed.