Ingredients from the label
What appears on the label: Plant Based Cleaning Agents (Coconut, Palm Kernel, Corn and Sugar Based Surfactants), Soy Ester (Soy based), Filtered Water, Water Conditioning Agent, Preservative (Less Than 0.05%), Naturally Derived Lavender Fragrance
Text from the label
As it appears in the database
Coconut Based Surfactants
Palm Kernel Based Surfactants
Naturally Derived Lavender Fragrance
Warnings & Directions
Directions for Use:
For most cleaning jobs use 1 ounce of Floors to Adore concentrate per one-half gallon of warm water. For heavy cleaning jobs use 2 ounces per one-half gallon of water. Mop as usual; no rinsing required! Unsure about your floors' reaction? Test a small area that no one but you will notice.
If BabyGanics gets in your eyes, flush out with water. BabyGanics is not meant to be consumed but things happen, so relax - it's not poisonous. No kidding though, if you swallow it, drink plenty of water. Be safe - keep your cleaning products out of reach of children & pets.
Manufacturers frequently make changes to their product ingredients, formulations or labeling, and older versions may still be on store shelves or in your home. When possible, EWG's Guide rates all available versions. It's important to read the label every time you shop, even though many labels don't offer complete information.
Top scoring factors: May contain ingredients with potential for developmental/endocrine/reproductive effects; acute aquatic toxicity; skin irritation/allergies/damage
Top scoring factors: Poor disclosure; May contain ingredients with potential for skin irritation/allergies/damage; cancer; acute aquatic toxicity
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