Grime Reaper

Bio-Enzyme Restroom Cleaner

Grime Reaper is a concentrated formula containing selected strains of natural enzyme producing bacteria that was designed to clean and maintain tile, grout and hard surfaces in restrooms, locker rooms, showers, etc. It combines advanced cleaning technology with beneficial specialized microbes that penetrate surfaces and degrade organic build-up and their associated odors. Grime Reaper works to eliminate the buildup of oil, grease, grime, soap residue and uric acid throughout restrooms to keep surfaces looking clean and bright. Allowing the cleaning solution to run down the drains while the floor is being cleaned, will also treat and maintain the drains against grime and odor. After cleaning with Grime Reaper, the microbes will continue to deep clean the sub-surfaces of grout, tile and other areas, thus minimizing slipping risks and working to reduce odor.


Product Features

  • Contains over 200 billion enzyme producing bacteria per gallon
  • No harsh chemicals
  • Biodegradable
  • Non-toxic
  • Helps prevent slippery floors
  • For use in restrooms, showers, locker rooms
  • Helps maintain drains
ULE 2792

Shake well prior to use. For cleaning hard surfaces such as urinals, toilets, or sinks, the product is used as is. Dilute up to 2 – 4 oz. per gallon for cleaning floors and grout. In all cases, allow surface to remain damp a sufficient amount of time for the bacteria to work on the oil and grime buildup. Do not use with bleach, disinfectant, or acids, as they may harm the bacterial performance. Mix with lukewarm or cold tap water. DO NOT USE HOT WATER.

Bacteria Content: 2.55 x 1011 cfu/gal.
Appearance: Cloudy
Color: Amber
Odor: Lavender Citrus
Use Dilution: As is to 1:32
Storage Stability: One year minimum in sealed container @ 70oF
Protective Clothing: See Safety Data Sheet (SDS)
VOC’s, % as is: 0.0

CAUTION: Avoid eye contact. Do not drink.
Product Disposal: This product is non-hazardous material. Dispose of in accordance with local, state, and federal regulations. It is recommended that the high density polyethylene container and any corrugated packaging be recycled.


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