Method, Antibac, Bathroom Cleaner, Spearmint, 28 fl oz (828 ml)
By Method111 Reviews
2.42 lbs (1.1 kg)
- Product Code: MTD-01152
- UPC Code: 817939011522
- Package Quantity: 28 fl oz (828 ml)
- Dimensions: 3 x 3.2 x 10 in, 2.05 lbs (0.93 kg)
- Cleans and Disinfects
- Kills 99.9% of Household Germs
- Made By and for the People Against Dirty
You think you're smart don't you? Well...you are, okay? You win.
Bathrooms get a bad rap. From bathroom-specific stink to the potent cleaners used to combat them, it can seem like rather cheerless territory. But it doesn't have to be that way. Eliminate dirt, germs* + the accompanying odors with our antibacterial bathroom cleaner. No breath-holding necessary.
*Kills 99.9% of household germs, including influenza A flu virus, staphylococcus aureus, rhinovirus, salmonella enterica, on hard, non-porous surfaces.
It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. For heavily soiled surfaces pre-cleaning is required.
Cleaning instructions: spray surface and wipe clean
To disinfect: Spray until thoroughly wet. Let stand for 10 minutes. Wipe clean.
To sanitize non-food contact, hard non-porous surfaces: spray until thoroughly wet. Let stand for 5 minutes.
- Bathroom surfaces
- Sinks and fixtures
- Glazed tile
- Toilet seats
Keep out of reach of children
Storage and Disposal:
Non-refillable container, store airtight at room temperature. Do not reuse or refill this empty container. Offer empty container for recycling. If recycling is not available, discard in trash
Psst:Do not use on natural stone, brass or varnished wood; for all other surfaces test in an inconspicuous place first.
iHerb Customer Reviews
http://www.ewg.org/guides/cleaners/2219-methodANTIBACAntibacterialBathroomCleanerSpearmint I recommend everyone to take a look at this page when shopping for good cleaning products. Not many are on Iherb for sale, and some of the ones that got A grade are discontinued. Method had none on that list, I think. So; it smells a lot, and when I leave it on(in order for it to have antibac effect), it dries - and I have to spray more. After a lot of research I`m going to use a variety of Dr. Bronners castile soap and add some tea tree oil when I need antibacterial effect - or - use vinegar/lemon/baking soda(not all together of course). So: Method came out pretty bad on their scale, other products from Ecover etc got B/C and so on - F is not acceptable to me in any way.
probably effective, but smell too strong