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Toxics Use Reduction Institute




Surface Solutions Laboratory

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Client Number 275 (Chemical Company)


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Project Number 1



Summary: The lab performed two sets of cleaning trials for client’s product line. These included testing for general purpose, bathroom, glass and carpet cleaning. In addition, testing was performed for floor finish stripping based on Green Seal requirements.

Test Objective: To evaluate products for performance in janitorial cleaning applications

Product Use: Cleaning products

Trial Number Date Run Purpose Success Rating
0 01/30/07 To evaluate two products for bathroom cleaning A follow up test, usually based on company input. 
1 01/30/07 To evaluate supplied products for glass cleaning. A follow up test, usually based on company input. 
2 01/30/07 To evaluate supplied cleaner for oil-grease cleaning using manual wiping. A follow up test, usually based on company input. 
3 01/31/07 To evaluate supplied products for all purpose janitorial cleaning A follow up test, usually based on company input. 
4 06/15/07 To evaluate supplied product at two dilutions for carpet cleaning. Results successful using TACT (time, agitation, concentration, and temperature, as well as rinsing and drying) and/or other cleaning chemistries examined. 
5 06/25/07 To evaluate supplied product using cleaning pad typically used in carpet cleaning. A follow up test, usually based on company input. 
6 07/03/07 To evaluate supplied product for all purpose cleaning at two concentrations using manual cleaning. A follow up test, usually based on company input. 
7 08/13/07 To evaluate carpet cleaners for resoiling resistance. A follow up test, usually based on company input. 
8 09/06/07 To evaluate supplied floor stripper at two concentrations on two supplied coated floor tiles with 4 and 7 coats of floor finish Results successful using TACT (time, agitation, concentration, and temperature, as well as rinsing and drying) and/or other cleaning chemistries examined. 
9 12/05/08 To evaluate the two supplied product for all purpose cleaning a using manual cleaning. A follow up test, usually based on company input. 
10 01/12/09 To evaluate supplied product for deicing material removal from tile flooring. A follow up test, usually based on company input. 
11 01/14/09 To evaluate supplied product for deicing material removal using second cleaning method. A follow up test, usually based on company input. 
12 08/12/09 To evaluate four products for bathroom cleaning A follow up test, usually based on company input. 
13 09/15/09 To determine how well products work on hard water stains. A follow up test, usually based on company input. 
14 09/24/09 To evaluate supplied products for peanut oil removal from non-porous surface using manual wiping. A follow up test, usually based on company input. 
15 01/05/10 To evaluate the two supplied products for all purpose cleaning using manual cleaning. A follow up test, usually based on company input. 
16 01/11/10 To determine the ease of removal of floor coating using mechanical scrubbing A follow up test, usually based on company input. 
17 01/11/10 The determination of soil resistance of floor polishes on test tile A follow up test, usually based on company input. 
18 01/11/10 To determine the relative resistance of floor polishes to detergent scrubbing using the Gardner Straight Line Washability Meter A follow up test, usually based on company input. 
19 03/12/10 To evaluate the supplied products for all purpose cleaning using manual cleaning. A follow up test, usually based on company input. 
20 03/16/10 To evaluate the supplied products for bathroom cleaning using manual cleaning A follow up test, usually based on company input. 
21 03/16/10 To evaluate supplied products for glass cleaning using manual cleaning A follow up test, usually based on company input. 
22 04/09/10 To evaluate supplied product for carpet cleaning as compared to an industry standard product. A follow up test, usually based on company input. 
23 04/09/10 To evaluate carpet resoiling characteristics of supplied cleaning product for GS 37 certification A follow up test, usually based on company input. 
24 03/30/10 To evaluate supplied equipment for carpet stain removal as compared with water. A follow up test, usually based on company input. 
25 05/03/10 To evaluate supplied products for carpet cleaning as compared to an industry standard product using extraction cleaning. A follow up test, usually based on company input. 
26 05/05/10 To evaluate carpet resoiling characteristics of supplied cleaning product for GS 37 certification A follow up test, usually based on company input. 


Project Number 2



Test Objective: Performance testing for Green Seal certification

Trial Number Date Run Purpose Success Rating
0 01/04/16 To evaluate two all-purpose cleaners supplied products for Hucker?s soil removal from various surfaces Results successful using TACT (time, agitation, concentration, and temperature, as well as rinsing and drying) and/or other cleaning chemistries examined. 
1 01/04/16 To evaluate supplied products for Bathroom Soil SSL-1 removal from various surfaces. Results successful using TACT (time, agitation, concentration, and temperature, as well as rinsing and drying) and/or other cleaning chemistries examined. 
2 01/22/16 To evaluate supplied product for cloth stain cleaning. Results successful using TACT (time, agitation, concentration, and temperature, as well as rinsing and drying) and/or other cleaning chemistries examined. 
3 01/22/16 To evaluate the supplied product for carpet cleaning as compared to an industry standard product. Results successful using TACT (time, agitation, concentration, and temperature, as well as rinsing and drying) and/or other cleaning chemistries examined.