Low Foam E-Cleaner, by ecore, highly concentrated in a 1-Gallon bottle, is effective for cleaning all ECORE commercial recycled rubber surfacing products, ECORE LVT and ECORE heterogeneous sheet vinyl floors. Use ECleaner for mopping, auto-scrubbing or spray and wipe cleaning on light, moderate or heavy-duty floor cleaning jobs. E-Cleaner cleans effectively without damaging sensitive flooring materials, without harm to field applied E-Finish flooring finish and without leaving any residue behind. In most floor cleaning situations, rinsing is not required. Green Seal Certified. Non-toxic. No-phosphates, butyl or alkali. Non hazardous ingredients.
Dilute E-Cleaner concentrate with water according to label instructions on the 1-Gallon container - light & routine cleaning 1:64 or 2oz per gallon, moderate soil removal 1:32 or 4oz/gallon, and heavy-duty cleaning 1:12 or 10oz per gal. Coverage will vary depending on the flooring material being cleaned, amount of dirt on the floor, and dilution rate; on average, 1-gallon of E-Clean will cover 2000 - 6000 square feet.
Routine cleaning is best with a two-bucket mopping system or auto scrubber and an appropriate pad or brush as indicated in your specific Ecore flooring technical manual
. For moderately dirty floors, agitate cleaning solution with a buffer, auto scrubber or microfiber mop then pick up dirty solution with a wet-vac. Rinsing or trail mopping the floor may be required to completely clean the floor. For heavily soiled floors, allow diluted floor cleaner to dwell for 5 to 10 minutes before agitating with a buffer, auto scrub machine or mop. Lift dirty cleaning solution with a wet vac then thoroughly rinse floor until all dirty cleaning solution is removed.
Ecore E-Cleaner Low Foam Floor Cleaner - Technical Data Sheet Safety Data Sheet
Floor cleaning instructions are provided by ecore for each of their rubber, luxury vinyl tile, and vinyl sheet floors. Follow the ECORE flooring technical guide
, specific to your floor, for appropriate cleaning methods, equipment, machine pads and dilution rates.