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Ecover All Purpose Cleaner Lemon 1L
Ecover All Purpose Cleaner Lemon 1L
Ecover All Purpose Cleaner Lemon 1L
Ecover All Purpose Cleaner Lemon 1L
Ecover All Purpose Cleaner Lemon 1LEcover All Purpose Cleaner Lemon 1L
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Ecover All Purpose Cleaner Lemon 1L

Pack size : 1L

AED 21.90(Inc. VAT)

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highlights
● Cut through grease and grime on all your hard surfaces with Ecover All-Purpose Cleaner.
● This household all-rounder leaves floors and tiles squeaky clean with no noxious residues.

DESCRIPTION

● Cut through grease and grime on all your hard surfaces with Ecover All-Purpose Cleaner.
● This household all-rounder leaves floors and tiles squeaky clean with no noxious residues.

Ingredients

<5%: Nonionic surfactants Perfume(Limonene) Phenoxyethanol Other: WaterAlcohol denat.Sodium citrateFatty acidsLactic acid

Form

LIquid

Type

Cleaning Supplies

Scent

Lemon

INFORMATION

Storage Condition

Keep in a cool dry place

Brand Message

Ecover is a Belgian company that manufacturers ecologically sound cleaning products (made from plant-based and mineral ingredients), from 2017 owned by S. C. Johnson & Son.The company was founded in 1979 by Frans Bogaerts to create phosphate-free cleaning products to reduce the environmental impact of cleaning agents.Following expansion to support sales through supermarkets, it ran into financial difficulties during the early 1990s.The business was sold to Bogaerts' son and rescued by Gunter Pauli, a member of the company's Board since 1990.[citation needed] Pauli, in turn, enlisted in 1992 the financial clout of now-deceased Danish investor,Jørgen Philip-Sørensen, through the private investment company Skagen.The company's relaunch commenced with the construction of an ecological factory, followed by investments into research projects for the purpose of developing appropriate plant-based and renewable raw materials for cleaning products.