Urine smell in bathrooms can be overwhelming. In many public restrooms you walk into the stench makes you want to leave. You can almost feel the bacteria crawling up your nose. But you went into the bathroom for a reason so you have to bear the odor.
You catch yourself trying to hold your breath while you take care of business, but then you have to breathe and the odor seems worse.
You may or may not know that hydrogen peroxide is considered one of the most effective cleaners in the world. In proper dilution ratios it can be used in practically any cleaning situation. Of course it could become expensive in large cleaning jobs unless you consider the use of titanium dioxide nano particles to deliver constant hydrogen peroxide production to any surface from flooring to toilet seats.
When I first heard the words titanium dioxide I thought poison!
Well nothing could be farther from the truth. Titanium dioxide is the eighth most common element on the planet found in toothpaste, powdered donuts, all paints, chewing gum and host of everyday items that we use. Mainly as a colorant. It is also the best sunblock on the planet used by NASA to protect certain atmospheric testing equipment from the sun during testing.
First and foremost once you clean with simix kitchen degreaser,the urine smell will immediately go away.But there is also nano titanium dioxide in the product.
What is cool about the science of titanium dioxide is the fact that it is photo-catalytic. Because of this unique feature it is always making hydrogen peroxide therefore always cleaning the surface that it is attached too. I have witnessed incredible things in my experience with titanium dioxide self cleaning effect.
I use it in my business to treat interior and exterior automobile, yacht and aircraft. It is all I use and my customers rave at how long their vehicles remain clean. Visit my other site here.
Lets do the math.
A bag cost 75.00. There are 250 teaspoon in a 5 pound bag.
Make note if you buy by the case, it is 60$ a bag so even cheaper!!!
The worst scenarios like super greasy dumpster areas,will take four teaspoons(See results in video below). That is 30 cents per teaspoon or 1.20 a gallon, FOR SOMETHING THAT WORKS SAFELY.
Now the other video shows a cutting board being cleaned and sanitized.
It takes one half of a teaspoon per 32 oz to accomplish this.
That comes to 15 cents a quart.