XO2® Brush & Flush is a high performance, super strength toilet bowl and urinal cleaner that
Where to use.
XO2® Brush & Flush can be used safely on a wide variety of surfaces including stainless steel and porcelain toilet bowls and urinals. It's brilliant for removing rust, soap scum, algae slime, mildew, body fats and oils, hard water carbonate deposits (i.e. calcium, lime), dirt, common soils, uric acid deposits and most stains. XO2® Brush & Flush brightens stainless steel and porcelain surfaces too.
• Hotels, Casinos, Resorts, Apartments, Motels, Holiday Parks.
• Schools, Universities, Colleges, Child Care Centres.
• Workplaces, Offices, Showrooms, Warehouses, Manufacturing Plants.
• Hospitals, Aged Care Centres, Medical Clinics.
• Toilets, toilet bowls, urinals.
• Washrooms, bathrooms.
• Showers, baths.
Suitable on surfaces such as stainless steel, ceramic, glass, porcelain and most washable (non-acid sensitive) surfaces.
How to use.
Toilet bowls and urinals (bottle use)
1. The toilet bowl or urinal should be flushed to ensure all surfaces are wet.
2. Apply to the surfaces of the toilet bowl or urinal by foam trigger, scourer, brush or squirt bottle.
3. Evenly spread the solution over the surface to be cleaned.
4. Allow 5-10 minutes contact time before you brush/scour and finally flush with clean water.
Toilet bowls and urinals (heavy soiling)
For heavily stained or encrusted toilets and urinals, leave for 10 minutes, then scrub and rinse away with water.
• A foaming trigger can be helpful for applying cleaner to shower and bath surfaces. It helps you avoid breathing in irritating mists in poorly ventilated areas.
• If you wish to stop the automatic flusher from working while you're cleaning, cover the sensor temporarily with some opaque tape. Remember to remove it when finished.
• Always use the appropriate XO2 labelled product bottle.
• Always test first in an inconspicuous area before using any cleaning solution. Play it safe, especially when you use a product for the first time. Better to be safe than sorry. Some surfaces can be sensitive to moisture and particular chemical types.