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Pureous Help Center
Frequently Asked Questions
Why should I purchase Pureous products?
Have ZERO VOC’s (Volatile Organic Compounds)
Improve Indoor Air Quality
Are FREE from Toxins & Harsh Chemicals
Hypo-Allergenic & FREE from Dyes, Perfumes, Oils, Scents and Other Fragrances
Non-Hazardous and can be Discharged into the Sanitary Sewer or Septic System
Manufactured with Sustainable Resources in a Zero Discharge Facility
Allow for better, more efficient cleaning that becomes easier and requires less product over time
What products do you sell?
We sell a variety of products to aid in removal of a wide range of contaminants and issues. These include Adhesive Remover, Animal Habitat Bedding Fix, Carpet Cleaner, Concrete Cleaner, Degreaser and Cleaner, Drain Treatment, Grout Cleaner, Heavy Duty Cleaner, Heavy Metal Fix, Hydrocarbon Fix, Mold & Mildew, Odor Fix, Stainless Steel Cleaner and Tile Cleaner.
How can I purchase a product?
At this time, you can purchase product by contacting us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 1800.957.0176.
Can Pureous Concrete Cleaner be used with pressure washers?
Pureous Concrete Cleaner can be used in conjunction with pressure washers to clean concrete. It can be sprayed on the concrete with a pump sprayer prior to using a pressure washer to rinse the surface. It can also be used in pressure washer systems. Be sure to follow the product label and use as directed.
Does Pureous Heavy Duty Cleaner clean up all automotive fluids including brake fluid, antifreeze, and transmission fluid?
Yes, Pureous Heavy Duty Cleaner is effective on cleaning up automotive fluids. Be sure to follow the product label, rinse properly, and use as directed.
Where do you ship?
We will ship worldwide.
Where is your product manufactured?
All our products are made in the USA.
What is the shelf-life of your products?
Shelf-life is 18 months
Will a stronger dilution result in improved cleaning performance?
The answer is no! Each one of our products has a specified dilution ratio. Deviating from the recommended dilution ratios may actually degrade the performance of the product. Always refer to the product label and use as directed.