Monday, January 30, 2012

Why Green Chemicals Are a Must

Green chemicals are a common name for environment friendly detergents. Genuine green products are made of plants and vegetables and do not contain artificial ingredients.

What are the advantages green chemicals have over artificial detergents? Why are these products a must for commercial and industrial cleaning tasks? This post answers these questions.

The most important advantage of green chemicals is they are safe for cleaning workers, for the surfaces to be cleaned, and for the environment in general. These products contain only natural elements that do not leave any toxic residues on the cleaned surfaces.

When buying green products, one must ensure that the product is genuinely green. Some fraudulent marketers try to take advantage of increased environment awareness of customers. They put a green label on all their products. The customers must check the nature of the ingredients to verify whether the products are genuinely green or not.

One of the recurring complaints about green products is about their efficiency. However, green chemicals equipped with specialized cleaning technologies solve this problem completely.

Green detergents are commonly used with carpet cleaners. The technology enables these products to release nano-sized particles on to the surface. These particles filter into the surface and break the bond between the surface and the dirt.

Daimer®, one of the topmost suppliers of cleaning machines, offers cleaning equipment that works great with green cleaning products. 

Sunday, January 15, 2012

Three Tips to Buy Green Chemicals

Green chemicals are cleaning agents that are derived from plants and vegetables. In other words, these products do not contain a single artificial ingredient. The advantage is that, unlike artificial detergents, these organic cleaning agents do not leave toxic residues on the cleaned surfaces.

If you search on the internet, you will find a large number of websites that offer green chemicals. Sadly, not all of these websites offer genuine green products. Some offer synthetic detergents labeled as 'green' detergents. The following are some tips to find genuine green products.

Tip 1: Buy Specific Products
It is better to buy detergents for specific cleaning tasks. Universal types of green chemicals are often not a good option. A cleaning agent plays an important role in the function of carpet cleaners. So, it is best to check out green cleaning solutions, such as Daimer®’s Carpet Care & Upholstery Cleaner for carpet cleaning and upholstery cleaning.

Tip 2: Check Genuineness

You can check whether a product is genuine or not by verifying its ingredients. A list of harmful ingredients in cleaning agents is available online. If any ingredient of the product is found in the list, it is better to leave the product.

Tip 3: Cleaning Efficiency
A long standing complaint against green chemicals is that they are not as efficient as artificial detergents. The problem has been rectified. Modern green detergents are as efficient as artificial products, if not more efficient. Green products equipped with micro blasting technology, have more cleaning power than synthetic chemicals.

Monday, December 12, 2011

Cleaning Drains with Green Chemicals

With the growing emphasis on preserving the environment and avoiding pollution, more people are now turning to green chemicals to accomplish different kinds of cleaning, from auto detailing and degreasing to carpet cleaning and deodorizing. There are also many chemicals available for jobs like unclogging and cleaning drains. It is best to avoid such harsh chemicals and choose plant-based versions as safe alternatives

With powerful ingredients sourced from nature, green cleaners are an excellent choice to clean and unclog drains efficiently and quickly. The high concentration of plant extracts in these green chemicals are capable of dissolving hydrocarbon deposits and organic matter such as grease, fats, hair and food particles that usually clog drains. By effectively eliminating all these odor-causing deposits at the source, this chemical helps prevent foul odors.

Green drain openers lend their cleaning power specialized technologies. These green chemicals break up and dissolve the toughest dirt deposits in no time. The powerful formulation even helps break down the waste buildup in septic tanks, thereby helping you save on plumbing costs.

The plant-based components in these green chemicals do not pose risks of damage to any kind of plumbing. The natural components also make this green cleaner, non-toxic, biodegradable and completely eco-friendly. This chemical poses no threat to flora, wildlife, or water resources even if it flows out into the environment.

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Three Tips to Choose Green Chemicals

What are green chemicals? It is common knowledge that any name with the suffix green should have some environmental connections. It is true here also. Green chemicals are cleaning agents produced entirely from plants and vegetables. These products do not contain any artificial chemicals.

Green products were introduced as an alternative to synthetic detergents. Many research studies have found that artificial detergents leave toxic residues on the surfaces on which they are used. Although these products clean well, their side effects are harmful. In short, artificial products do more harm than good. Green chemicals solve such problems. But, one should show extreme care when selecting these products.

Assert Genuineness
Buyers must ensure the green products they buy are genuine. Good suppliers list the ingredients of the product on the label. One must check whether any of these ingredients have toxic side effects. Pure products do not contain anything that can have harmful side effects.

Technology improves the efficiency of green chemicals. Products having micro blasting technology offer better cleaning efficiency. The technology helps unleash a number of small nano-sized particles into the surfaces to be cleaned and break the bonds between the surfaces and dirt. Green products having this technology are as good as artificial chemicals in terms of cleaning efficiency if not better.

Reliable Supplier
It is important to choose green chemicals and eco-friendly cleaning machines from a reliable supplier. Buying green products from unknown distributors is risky. Daimer®, a renowned distributor of eco-friendly cleaning machines, is an excellent choice.

Friday, September 9, 2011

Fighting Graffiti with Green Chemicals

All of us are aware that many of the commercial chemicals we use for routine cleaning applications contain harsh toxic chemical components that can cause health hazards and damage the environment. This growing awareness has largely contributed to the launch and popularity of green chemicals created from natural resources such as plant extracts. Since every component in these cleaners is sourced from nature, they are non-toxic, biodegradable, and eco-friendly.

Daimer® presents the Eco-Green® series of green chemicals, each one formulated to tackle different cleaning applications such as degreasing, auto detailing, concrete maintenance, carpet cleaning, or deodorizing.

Let us take a look at one notable product in this range – the Eco-Green® Graffiti Remover. Just as the name suggests, this plant-based cleaner has been formulated to eliminate graffiti, grease, dirt, mildew, and rust from concrete surfaces.

The Eco-Green® Graffiti Remover easily dissolves tough hydrocarbon deposits like grease, sugar, fats, and proteins. For this reason, these green chemicals can be used to maintain concrete surfaces in parking lots, driveways, garages, basements, sidewalks, and walls. This chemical is also great for cleaning away graffiti marks created by paint, pen, pencil, or permanent marker.

If you are wondering what makes the Eco-Green® Graffiti Remover so powerful, it is time to discover its powerful formulation. The nano molecules in these green chemicals are amazingly effective in penetrating and dissolving graffiti on surfaces like concrete, brick, aluminum, metal, fabric, and leather. The dissolved particles of graffiti repel each other, hence preventing these particles from reattaching to surfaces.