A-Ben-A-Qui Universal Cleaner
- 20 oz. tub
The A-Ben-A-Qui™ Universal Cleaner is
a revolutionary multi-purpose cleaner that is environmentally
certified, yet incredibly powerful.
The paste is certified by Chlorine Free Product Association and is
Childsafe certified. A-Ben-A-Qui is
environmental safe, easy to use and cost effective.
Primarily sold as an all purpose cleaner, scouring paste and
mark remover. A-Ben-A-Qui has fast become the number one environmental
safe graffiti cleaner. Presently sold to
thousands of schools, colleges, and
university systems, in addition to thousands of hospitals, hotels,
municipalities and other businesses across the United States, Canada,
and Europe. Maintenance staffs around the world have made A-Ben-A-Qui
their "Go To Product"!
A-Ben-A-Qui Universal Cleaner is an
environmentally certified multi-purpose paste that cleans and polishes
in one operation. It is very cost effective and will replace many of
your liquids and aerosols that you currently use.
- Deionized Water (7732-18-5)
- Sodium Tetraborate Decahydrate (001303-96-4)
- Silicon Dioxide (68476-25-5)
- Anhydrous Soap (8052-18-0)
A-Ben-A-Qui Universal Cleaner is certified
by the Chlorine Free Product Association and is Childsafe Certified,
exceeding all standards in both organizations. A-Ben-A-Qui was
developed in Vermont in 1951, making A-Ben-A-Qui one of the oldest
environmentally preferable cleaners in the United States. The paste was
initially developed as a multi-purpose cleaner for Gas service stations
along the Eastern Coast of the United States.
As we learn more about
the links between chemical
exposures and human health, physicians and researchers are looking
the products used to clean schools, where children, as well as teachers
staff, spend many hours each day. School districts across the country
adopting policies requiring the use of "green" products to clean
term "green" has not been clearly defined. Some petrochemical
manufacturers are simply diluting their original formulas with water
calling them "green," despite the fact that petrochemicals in diluted
formulations still present the risk of chronic low level exposures.
cleaners, without fragrances or dyes, are becoming widely accepted as
To help decision makers understand this
important issue, The
Grassrootes Environmental Organization of New York has lead the way and
created a resource document on green cleaning products called The
Guidelines. This document grew out of the green purchasing guidelines
originally established several years ago by the EPA and the Department
Interior which promoted bio-based products, and has been updated by
based on the latest medical research, discussions with facilities
and information from manufacturers. It is important to note that the
New York who have lead the way in mandating “green Cleaning” have
Child Safe Guidelines developed by this grassroots organization.
here to read the MSDS.