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Switch to Environmentally Cleaning Solutions ahead of Clean up Australia Day

Ahead of Clean up Australia Day, commercial cleaning supplier Abco have announced the formal release of their exclusive new environmentally friendly cleaning products, the Enviroplus range. Abco has been the number one driver in the cleaning industry to develop a product that is better for the environment and better for their cleaners. Abco believes businesses could do more to help Australia become greener by using these non-toxic products that actually help better the environment.   “In a world where we are becoming increasingly aware of our carbon footprint and our impact on the environment, we see a growing demand for sustainable, effective and affordable organic cleaning products. This is where the Enviroplus range was born, encouraging the use for chemical-free powerful cleaning products in the general cleaning and commercial cleaning sector,” said Craig Dowell, Abco’s Director of Sales & Marketing.   These products have been classified as environmentally preferable products certified by an independent organisation GECA or the Good Environmental Choice Australia.   “At GECA, we help individuals and organisations to make, buy and do better for people and the planet. We are a purpose-driven not for profit that stands for integrity, independence and impact. As part of this commitment,...
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importance of ph in cleaning chemicals

The Importance of pH in Commercial Cleaning (How to Choose the Right Product & Avoid Costly Mistakes)

Understanding the pH of cleaning products is vitally important in the commercial cleaning industry. Choose the wrong product at home, and you could damage a spot on your carpet, or tarnish a surface, but choose the wrong product while at work, and you could cause hundreds or even thousands of dollars in damages – and possibly lose your contract. So to avoid any nasty mistakes, let’s take a look at how pH is measured and what you need to know. The suitability of your commercial cleaning products is largely based on their pH levels. You’ve probably seen the coloured acid-alkaline charts like the one above, where the scale goes between 0 and 14, with zero being the most acidic, 14 the most alkaline and 7 being neutral. Now, pH is generally understood to mean the “potential of hydrogen” and is a measurement of the acidity or alkalinity of a substance when dissolved in water. Although pH is a measurement, it differs from temperature measurement, for example, which is measured in degrees, as pH is measured logarithmically. On a logarithmic scale, each number is 10 times more (or less) powerful than the last. For example, the pH of 3 is 10 times...
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