Neutral Floor Cleaner

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Neutral Floor Cleaner

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Health

This product has insufficient ingredient information.
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  • Human Health Impacts
    Human Health Impacts
    This component of GoodGuide’s rating system evaluates the potential impacts of a product on human health. It incorporates a screening-level hazard assessment or nutritional evaluation, as well as other relevant indicators, like the regulatory status of ingredients. If ingredients pose potential health risks or have limited nutritional value, a product's score is lowered. If a product lacks the data needed to conduct a health evaluation, its score is also lowered to provide an incentive for manufacturers to disclose better information.
    Rating: 10 out of 10
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    • Ingredient Disclosure
      Ingredient Disclosure
      Characterizing potential human health impacts requires complete information about the specific ingredients in a product. However, there is no current regulatory requirement that companies disclose full ingredients lists for household chemical products (in contrast with personal care products, where disclosure is required). To create an incentive for disclosure, GoodGuide caps a product’s score if it lacks complete ingredient data or lists generic names that do not support chemical-specific evaluations.
      Rating: 10 out of 10
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      • Safe Fragrance & Preservatives
        Safe Fragrance & Preservatives
        Tells whether this product uses Fragrance and/or Preservatives that are free of hazardous components.
        GoodGuide, Safe Fragrance and Preservatives Trait
        Rating: 10 out of 10
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Environment

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About the Brand

Certifications

  • EPA Safer Detergents Stewardship Initiative - Champions
    EPA Safer Detergents Stewardship Initiative - Champions

    Under the Safer Detergents Stewardship Initiative (SDSI), EPA's Design for the Environment (DfE) Program recognizes environmental leaders who voluntarily commit to use safer surfactants in all their products. Safer surfactants break down quickly to non-polluting compounds and help protect aquatic life in both fresh and salt water. Nonylphenol ethoxylates (also known as NPEs) are an example of a surfactant class that does not meet the definition of a safer surfactant. The Design for the Environment Program has identified safer alternative surfactants through partnerships with industry and environmental advocates. These safer alternatives are comparable in cost and are readily available. CleanGredients is an on-line resource for finding safer surfactants (visit www.CleanGredients.org).