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A-Ben-A-Qui is a revolutionary, environmentally friendly, multi-purpose cleaning paste that can be used almost anywhere.  Eco-friendly certified, doesn’t contain harmful chemicals, fumes or fragrances, making it safe to use anywhere.

Environmentally Safe Attributes

  • Non-Toxic / Non-Hazardous / Non-Flammable
  • Contains No VOCs. / Non-Corrosive
  • Contains No Petroleum Distillates
  • Manufactured With Bio-Based Ingredients

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A-Ben-A-Qui Commercial Green Cleaning Paste is Eco-Certified

Sometimes, you really need a little help getting that burnt-on, baked on mess off your glass stove top or oven. And how about those stains that emerge in your sink or on your Formica counter tops? How do you clean up those messes without the use of harsh chemicals? A-Ben-A-Qui a revolutionary product that will do that and much more.

A-Ben-A-Qui Commercial Green Cleaning Paste is a hard surface cleaning paste that cleans like those white abrasive powders (i.e. Comet, Ajax, etc.). The difference is, A-Ben-A-Qui Professional Formula Cleaning Paste is non-hazardous, non-poisonous, non-toxic, non-fuming, contains no bleach or solvents, leaves no residue, is environmentally safe and meets or exceeds child safe guidelines.

A-Ben-A-Qui Commercial Green Cleaning Paste has taken “Cleaning Green” to a new level. It can safely clean stubborn stains and marks from stainless steel, copper and much more.

Clean and Polish the following:
Hard Surface Uses:
  • Stainless Steel
  • Copper
  • Brass
  • Refrigerators
  • Sinks
  • Water Based Paint
  • School Desks
  • Partitions
  • Stoves
  • Auto Chrome
  • Porcelain
  • Graffiti
  • White Boards
  • Lockers
  • Scuff Marks
  • Kitchen Utensils
  • Counter Tops
  • Glass
  • Laminate
  • Vinyl
  • Ceramic
  • Rubber
  • Tile
  • Grout

  • Showers
  • Cabinets
  • Wood
  • Toilets
  • Tubs
  • Aluminum Metals
  • Fiberglass
  • Plastic

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Green Ingredients

  • Feldspar Powder
  • Sodium Tallowate
  • Quartz
  • Sodium Bicarbonate
  • Sodium Carbonate
  • Glycerin
  • Sodium Chloride.

What Does It Really Mean To Be Green?

As we learn more about the links between chemical exposures and human health, physicians and researchers are looking closely at the products used to clean schools, where children, as well as teachers and staff, spend many hours each day.

School districts across the country are adopting policies requiring the use of “green” products to clean their facilities. But the term “green” has not been clearly defined. Some petrochemical manufacturers are simply diluting their original formulas with water and calling them “green,” despite the fact that petrochemicals in diluted formulations still present the risk of chronic low level exposures.

Bio-based cleaners, without fragrances or dyes, are becoming widely accepted as safe and effective alternatives. To help decision makers understand this important issue, The Grassroots Environmental Organization of New York has lead the way and have created a resource document on green cleaning products called The Childsafe Guidelines. This document grew out of the green purchasing guidelines originally established several years ago by the EPA and the Department of the Interior which promoted bio-based products, and has been updated by Grassroots based on the latest medical research, discussions with facilities directors, and information from manufacturers.

It is important to note that the State of New York who have lead the way in mandating “Green Cleaning” have adopted the Child Safe Guidelines developed by this Grassroots organization.

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