Swipe® is super-concentrated – Even diluted 200 to 1 (light solution), it’s effective for many household cleaning jobs. Introduced as an industrial cleaner in the 1950’s, Swipe® got its name when workers began swiping it for their own use.
Swipe® is safe – Even at the strongest concentration recommended for home use (heavy solution diluted 5 to 1 for cleaning greasy grills and automobile engines), Swipe® formula is made up of biodegradable detergents and non-toxic, non-corrosive ingredients that are safe for the environment. Contains no phosphorous.
Swipe® is flexible – Dilute concentrated Swipe® four different ways to create a whole arsenal of cleansers for your home and garage.
Using a Swipe® Trigger Gun Spray Bottle, dilute Swipe® according to the demands of the cleaning job. Spray Swipe® solution directly on the soiled area, wait a few seconds and wipe with a clean, dry cloth. In most cases, rinsing is not necessary.
Light Solution (200:1)– Pour small amount of Swipe® concentrate into spray bottle, swirl to coat the inside and pour excess Swipe® back into bottle of concentrate. Fill spray bottle with water.
Regular Solution (20:1)– Pour ½” to 1” of Swipe® concentrate into one-pint spray bottle and fill with water. For floors, add ¼ to 1 cup Swipe® concentrate to a gallon of warm water. Rinse after washing floors.
Heavy Solution (5:1)– Pour 1” to 2” of Swipe® concentrate into one-pint spray bottle and fill with water. For larger jobs, add 1 cup Swipe® concentrate to 1 quart warm water. For heavy grease, wax or grime, soak 10 minutes or until wax or grease softens; rinse.
Special Solution– For shampooing carpets, add 3-4 oz. of Swipe® concentrate to 1 gallon water.
NOTE: Be sure fabrics are washable and test a hidden area with Swipe® solution to check for colorfastness.