Clorox Pine Sol Cleaner/Disinfectant/Deodorizer/Degreaser of 144 ounce capacity degreases and cleans all types of hard surfaces. Cleaner featuring heavy duty pine oil is used to fight against dirt and grease.
Q: Will Pine-Sol® Cleaner get greasy work clothes clean? A: Yes, it is very effective at removing grease and heavy soils from your laundry. Simply rub it full-strength on grease spots or heavily soiled areas before washing. For extra cleaning and deodorizing power, you can also add 125 ml (½ cup) to the wash load.
Dilute ¼ cup of Pine-Sol® in one gallon of warm water. Dampen a sponge in the mixture, wring out so it's just damp to wipe away grease, grime and dirt. Optional: Scrub stubborn messes or stains with full strength Pine-Sol®, using a sponge or soft cloth. Finish by rinsing with water and wipe kitchen cabinets dry.
According to Pine-Sol, you should refrain from using undiluted Pine-Sol on metal surfaces, such as copper or aluminum.
SAFE ON YOUR SURFACES. You can use Pine-Sol® cleaners on hard, nonporous surfaces, including floors, sinks, counters, stoves, bathtubs, shower stalls, tile and more!
What is this? Pine-Sol is more acidic than Fabuloso, which gives it an advantage in breaking down stubborn stains and complex messes caused by grease. Pine-Sol Original is the only liquid cleaning solution that disinfects.
Pine-Sol vs Bleach
Bleach is great at disinfecting and whitening toilets, tubs, clothes, and sinks. On the other hand, Pine-Sol is used to break down grease and clean household floors. Still, each of these products should be used separately. That way, the fumes produced do not react to create toxic chlorine gas.
Pine-Sol® Cleaners are concentrated formulas that you can dilute for most jobs. For general cleaning, a 24 oz. bottle gives you 12 gallons of cleaning power! Add water to the formula yourself and save.
First of all, the only hazardous ingredient listed on the Pine Sol MSDS is alkyl alcohol ethoxylates. These belong to a group of chemicals called "aromatic hydrocarbons" which are petrochemicals with strong, pungent, odors. The only health hazard listed on the MSDS is that it is an irritant.
Add ½ cup of Original Pine-Sol® along with your regular detergent to boost a load of white or colorfast laundry.
Cleaning toilets and disinfecting toilet bowls is easier with these tips. Pour Pine-Sol® directly onto a sponge, rag or scrubbing brush. Wipe down the toilet tank, lid, seat cover and outside of the bowl, reapplying more cleaner as needed. Rinse each surface with water.
A: We do not recommend using Pine-Sol® on dishes. It is not approved by the EPA to be used on food-contact surfaces.
Dilute ¼ cup of Pine-Sol® in a gallon of warm water. Sponge down the inside fridge walls with the solution. You may need a full-strength dose to handle those hard-to-clean areas. Follow up by thoroughly rinsing any surface that might come into contact with food or food containers.
Pine Sol, one of the most widely used pine oil cleaners, contains 8% to 12% pine oil, 3% to 7% alkyl alcohol ethoxylates, 1% to 5% isopropanol, and 1% to 5% sodium petroleum sulfonate in its “Original” formulation19; other cleaners branded as Pine Sol contain no pine oil.
“Fill up the sink with hot water & a cap full of your favorite Pine Sol floor cleaner. Add 2 tbsp of vinegar & use to clean any type of floor. I use this method on my hardwood floors to get a clean, smooth & shiny surface!”
Finally, when used and applied the right way, Pine Sol doesn't leave behind any residue that will leave you with an unsightly hardwood floor surface. Wax and oil-based cleaners, on the other hand, leave behind a hazy residual substance.
Some of the problems that can be caused by inhaling Pine SOL
However, the most common health problems are listed below: Irritation of the mucous membrane. Nausea and headache. Loss of consciousness.
Or for everyday mess control, keep the Pine-Sol® mixture in a spray bottle for quick cleaning spritzes. Scrub crevices in counters with grout with an old toothbrush. Scrub stubborn messes or stains with full strength Pine-Sol®, using plastic scrubbing pad or cloth. Finish by rinsing with water.
When used in the wash Pine-Sol helps deodorize, and soften clothing, towels, etc. It is also ideal for grease stains. You can rub it on the stain, and add it to the wash in general.
Common household white vinegar is an effective cleaning substitute for Pine-Sol. Vinegar is nontoxic and since it is acidic, also dissolves stains on hard surfaces. Also, priced at just a few dollars a gallon, vinegar is less expensive than Pine-Sol.
Ammonia: Bleach mixed with ammonia creates chloramine, a gas which is similar to chlorine gas. Additional symptoms from exposure to chloramine are shortness of breath and chest pain. Pine-Sol: If you mix bleach and Pine-Sol in large amounts, it will create chlorine gas.
Lysol can be hard to find online and in-stores, but Pine-Sol seems to still be available at most retailers. Compared to Lysol, Pine-Sol has a longer contact time (Lysol's ranges from 2 minutes to 5 minutes) but will still effectively help you to limit your contact with the virus.
Use Pine-Sol to wipe down different appliances and do a deep clean. Add ¼ cup of Pine-Sol® to a gallon of warm water. Dip a cloth or sponge in the mixture, or pour into an empty spray bottle. Wipe interior and exterior surfaces, starting from the top and working your way down on large appliances.