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What makes a good “organic” cleaner?

Unlike competitive products, we believe “performance is king”.

  A good cleaner:

    • Produces less foam.

    • Wastes less water.

    • Wastes less heat.

    • Requires “no extra” rinses, washes or pretreatments.

    • Rinses clean the first time.

    • Reduces the wear of your equipment

    • Cleans better!


We want our customers to know what they are buying and what they are NOT getting.


“All ESS neutral products are low foaming under heated conditions.
They are all organic, non
hazardous and biodegradable. “


With all natural neutral cleaners, the environment will be a better place to live for everyone.



The hazards of common cleansers

Some chemicals in cleansers may be hazardous to your health during routine use even though exposure is only to small amounts in the air or on your skin. You can reduce the risk to your health by avoiding products containing toxic chemicals. Or, if you must use toxic chemicals, be sure to follow the manufacturers' directions.

Organic solvents affect the central nervous system, liver and kidneys. Many are flammable and a few are suspected carcinogens. Petroleum distillates in polishes and sprays, perchloroethylene in spot removers, mineral spirits in paint thinner and p-dichlorobenzene in moth balls are all examples of organic solvents.

Strong acids or bases are corrosive to skin, eyes and mucous membranes, and can react with other household chemicals. Acids are found in tub, tile and toilet cleaners and in rust removers. Lye in oven cleaners and hypochlorites in chlorine bleach are examples of high-pH corrosive substances.

Phenols and alcohols are poisonous and flammable chemicals and active ingredients in most disinfectant products.

Although not highly toxic, synthetic detergents are the household chemicals most frequently ingested by children. "Real" soaps made from animal fat or vegetable oil are less toxic.

Cleansers also may contain added dyes, perfumes, fillers, aerosol propellants, and traces of ammonia and formaldehyde. Keep in mind that hazardous wastes are produced in manufacturing all the different chemicals contained in these elaborate formulas. They generate waste problems even before you buy them.


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