This section provides an overview for super cleaners as well as their applications and principles. Also, please take a look at the list of 10 super cleaner manufacturers and their company rankings.
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A super cleaner is a powerful cleaning agent that can remove stains from a wide variety of materials. It can be used on a wide range of materials, from metals to plastics. The stains that can be removed range from oil stains to water stains.
It is sold in different states depending on the product, such as liquid, cream, or mousse form, and can be selected according to the purpose.
There are commercial super cleaners that come in large containers, but there are also smaller types that can be used at home. Smaller types can be easily purchased at home centers.
Here are some situations where super cleaners are used.
The first is around the kitchen. The kitchen is a place where grease stains easily occur due to cooking. Also, because oil gets burnt by heating, it is difficult to remove the stains with ordinary cleaners. By using a cleaner with strong cleaning power, even burnt-on oil stains can be removed.
The second is around the bath area. In the bath, the use of water and soap causes water stains and soap stains. These stains combine with metal components in the water to form stubborn stains that cannot be removed simply by scrubbing with a sponge. Super Cleaner can lift the stains and remove even the most stubborn stains.
Super cleaners have different liquid properties depending on the application. The mechanism of removing stains also differs depending on the type of liquid.
When acids react with basic stains, a chemical reaction occurs. This reaction is called a neutralization reaction. The neutralization reaction produces salt. Salts are soluble in water, which makes it possible to float stains.
Acidic types are mainly used for basic soap stains.
Surfactants have hydrophilic and hydrophobic groups in one molecule. After dirt binds to the hydrophobic side, a spherical substance is formed with the hydrophobic group inside and the hydrophilic group outside. This state is called a micelle. Micelles are easily separated from dirt due to the hydrophilic groups on the outside.
Surfactant types are often used for oil stains.
Both acidic and neutral types are sometimes diluted with water because the undiluted solution is too thick.
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