A: Our Simple Green All-Purpose Cleaner produces some foam when sprayed out of a sprayer bottle or used in a pressure washer, as well as when agitated on a surface with brushing.
A: My initial guess is yes. The depth of this question is better served by the manufacturer
A: Yes, I used it to clean my garage last summer with my pressure washer
A: Sure It's non abrasive and cuts dirt and oil very well. And is not harmfull to your skin. We use it to clean oil from steel before we paint it.
A: Is possible to use to cleaning hardwood flooring, but depends of the finish of the floor. I will not use it if the top layer is wood instead of synthetic. There are specific products for that.
A: Simple Green All-Purpose Cleaner can be used on hardwood floors so long as they are sealed or have a coat. For cleaning floors, we recommend using a 1:30 dilution, which is equivalent to 4 oz (half a cup) of Simple Green to a gallon of water. This mixture can be sprayed onto the floor to clean it, then the floor should be rinsed with water. A damp mop with water can be used to rinse floors. You will want to be sure to not overly saturate hardwood floors as too much water can cause swelling/absorption.
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