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Enzymes for Bathroom Hard Surface Cleaning

I think of enzymes primarily in terms of carpet and porous surface cleaning and as mitigating odor, both in porous items and in drains. Here’s an article that describes how to use them as odor control and cleaning agents on …

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Enzymes – a chemistry lesson

This is a pretty good basic lesson in enzyme chemistry. Enzymes and Cleaning Performance One misconception that I have been guilty of teaching is that they are bacteria. ┬áThis article describes them as a “catalyst” for breaking down odor causing …

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Enzymes and odor control

Seems like I’m reading more about enzymes in the last 6 months than I have in the last 6 years. We’ve been using them directly and in enzyme laced carpet cleaning chemicals for the 20 years I’ve been in the …

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Enzymes and 140 million barrels of oil …

First – this is not a janitorial post – I rarely editrialize, but this was too tempting. So, It looks like the BP oil spill will be yesterdays news in about 8 hours. Or maybe already ? A few irreverent …

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