What are the ingredients in Swiffer Wet Jet?

What are the ingredients in Swiffer Wet Jet?

The nine ingredients in Swiffer Wet Jet solution are purified water, ethyl alcohol, Polypropylene Glycol N-Butyl Ether, Alkyl Polyglucoside, Didecyl Dimethyl Ammonium Chloride, Chlorhexidine Diacetate, Fragrance, Silicone Emulsion and Polyethyleneimine.

Does Swiffer WetJet solution have bleach?

These Swiffer WetJet Pads are dry pads. Therefore, they do not contain any bleach.

Are Swiffer pads flammable?

This gives Swiffer WetJet cleaning solution the ability to dry quickly and leave fewer streaks or marks than other cleaners. While this chemical can be flammable in high concentrations, it makes up less than 1 percent of the Swiffer cleaning solution and is not a fire hazard in this trace amount.

Does wet Swiffer disinfect?

Now, clean and disinfect in one step. Clorox® Scentiva® Disinfecting Wet Mopping Cloths fit Swiffer® Sweeper and other mopping tools to take on your dirtiest floors. Ultra-textured cloths trap 4x more particles, dirt and hair†, and will leave your home smelling amazing.

Is diluted bleach safe?

Household bleach is no more effective in disinfecting at higher concentrations than at those recommended by the manufacturer, according to Laumbach. “You should dilute it to prevent irritation of skin, eyes and the respiratory tract. Higher concentrations are potentially harmful overkill.”

Are flash and Swiffer the same?

Following the discontinuation of the Swiffer kit, P&G is launching a wet-floor cleaning product called Flash Express, backed by a &£4m marketing and advertising campaign. A spokeswoman for P&G says: “The Swiffer brand is not being discontinued.

What is a Swiffer duster made of?

Made of millions of tiny polyester fibers, Swiffers are designed to use static cling to pick up tiny pieces of dust.

Are Swiffer Dusters made of plastic?

According to Monday’s news release from TerraCycle announcing the new Swiffer program: “Once collected, the waste is broken down, separated by material and the plastics are cleaned and melted into hard plastic that can be remolded to make new recycled products.”