FAQ's & Cleaning TipsHere is a collection of frequently asked questions that we have put together to assist you. If you have any other questions, feel free to call or send an e-mail.
Applications and Household Cleaning Tips
Bio Green Clean will clean acrylic surfaces including shower stalls, hot tubs, bath tubs and all related surfaces much better than any product available on the market today. BGC will leave your hot tub looking as good as new! Use a 3:1 dilution: dampen surface, spray, scrub and rinse. For stubborn or built-up grime, it is best to allow to soak for just a few minutes after or before scrubbing. Rinse and allow to dry. If desired, you can buff out with a clean, soft cotton cloth.
**Never use an abrasive sponge or a “scrub” sponge on an acrylic surface. This may scratch and permanently scar the surface.
Spray, scrub and rinse!
Bio Green Clean can do an excellent job cleaning carpets, by hand or with a machine.
Carpet Cleaning Machines: There are many different types and makes of carpet cleaning machines. Bio Green Clean will work in all of them, but you will have to experiment to find the best dilution for your type of machine. Vacuum up loose dirt and dust. We recommend starting with a dilution of 10 parts water to 1 part Bio Green Clean concentrate. You can always add more Bio Green Clean if your dilution is too weak. You may need to work up to a 3 to 1 ratio of water to Bio Green Clean.Use your carpet cleaning machine and cover the area to be cleaned thoroughly. Let it soak for about 10-15 minutes. Complete the cycle with your machine. Let it dry completely before you walk across the cleaned area.
Cleaning carpet by hand
Try a 3:1, up to a 7:1. You can always adjust your dilution, depending on your needs. Vacuum up loose dirt and dust, and dampen the surface to be cleaned. Spray your Bio Green Clean dilution on the area and work it into the carpet fibers by hand or brush, or with a clean, damp rag. Let it soak for a few minutes and work into the fibers again. Blot out the area with a clean damp sponge and allow to dry. For stubborn stains, soaking is key! Repeat process, if needed.
Please read what our loyal customers say about using Bio Green Clean for cleaning their carpets: Testimonials.
Use a 3:1 up to a 10:1 dilution.
Spray and wipe with a sponge or cloth. Buff out out with a clean, soft, cotton cloth, if desired.
Bio Green Clean will do a tremendous job on all types of electrical pumps, housings and fittings. Using BGC to clean pumps will extend the life of the pump, internal parts and bearings, etc.
Fill a bucket or laundry tub with very warm or hot water. Add 1 cup oz. Bio green Clean concentrate. Submerge pump, fittings, etc., and soak overnight. Scrub and rinse.
Hose off thoroughly to remove loose dust, etc. Spray on a 3:1 dilution and allow to soak for a couple of minutes. Scrub with brush or rag. Rinse off. Repeat process, if needed.
Bio Green Clean is gluten free.
Hydroponics Equipment Cleaning
Detach from trays and reservoirs. Place in a 5 gallon bucket, laundry sink, etc. Fill with hot water and 4 oz. of Bio Green Clean Concentrate. Let soak for at least 1 hour. Scrub with soft brush of scrubby sponge. Rinse thoroughly. This will also help to preserve your pumps, tubing and fittings. This procedure is also excellent for cleaning fixtures, ballasts and all your equipment.
Everything looks and performs as if brand new! The life of your pumps will be greatly extended, as BGC will keep them running in tip-top shape!
Order & Shipping F.A.Q's
Questions About the Product
Bio Green Clean is safe for all types of septic systems. It is safe and beneficial for leech fields, septic tanks, cesspools, sealed vaults and even all of the drains throughout the house that drain into the system. Bio Green Clean does provide a healthy flora to help support your system. Also, it helps keep the drain system free and clear and helps to contain bad odors that will always be present in any system.
Point of interest: NEVER use powdered or grain-type detergents in any type of septic system. If they are used, clogging of pipes, baffles and the system itself will eventually present big problems and end up causing "big bucks" to be spent on repairs and replacement.