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First of all, I am a bleach proponent, and I believe it is one of the most practical and effective soft wash chemicals in use today.  However, there are those that refuse to be persuaded despite logic and scientific data.  So, I am assuming that there must be a market out there for alternative solutions.  I would not be too surprised to hear that sanitation and antibiotic treatments may figure large as this pandemic continues to escalate.  

So, I found a couple Simple Green products that conform to the Green Seal GS-49 Residential Cleaning Services Standard, and I wonder if any of our group here is currently using the Simple Green d Pro 3 or d Pro 5 product?   I was wondering if anyone has tried the Simple Green Clean Building all purpose cleaner for mobile home siding?  My thought is to shoot the Clean Building product followed by the 1:128 ratio d Pro 5 added to my rinse tank.  According to their data sheet, a 1:128 mix will kill many bad bugs (viruses, MRSA, Hep. B and C, etc.  So a safer (?) wash and a disinfecting rinse may find a good market during these times.  By the way, I think bleach probably does just as well on sanitation, but as we have seen recently, logic doesn't necessarily prevail.   



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No one uses Simple Green around here Chuck, We are all Bleach cowboys.

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Hi Art, thought so. I tried to find anything positive about alcohol and hydrogen peroxide products . Compared to bleach, everything else was inferior and often required a lot of scrubbing.

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So many keep trying to find the next best chemical that won't harm plants. It's a long list. There are a few issues but number one is the average person won't pay the extra time and money it will take to use those products. Keep it simple...



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