Friday, September 25, 2009

What are Green Chemicals?

Awareness about global warming and other environmental issues has been rising for some time now. A large number of people know the fact that some chemicals used in detergents and soaps have harmful side effects. Many industries are seeking ways to improve their performance to become more eco-friendly. In what can be called a ground-breaking innovation regarding environmental protection in the cleaning industry, Daimer®, a leading distributor of cleaning equipment and supplies, has recently introduced the Eco-Green® series of green chemicals.

The term “green chemicals” implies that these are easily and quickly biodegradable and do not have harmful side effects. They are derived from plants and vegetables and make use of the chemical and colloidal properties of certain plant extracts.

As far as performance, the green chemicals easily outscore the detergents and soaps that make use of artificial chemicals. The green cleaning products consist of small, nano-sized particles that can filter into any surface and disrupt the bonding between stains and the surface.

For example, take the case of Eco-Green® Tile and Grout Cleaner, one of the most popular green chemicals from Daimer®. Arguably, it is the most effective and efficient product in its category. At the same time, it is also cost-effective and eco-friendly. It can remove almost all types of stain marks and residues on tiles and in grout lines.