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RXSOL-16-1019-BIO  is  a  highly  concentrate  water-based  cleaner for use as a Biological Toilet Cleaner or  general degreasing. It contains wetting a unique biologically active liquid formulation containing specialised bacterial strains, biodegradable low foaming chemical cleaners and anti foam agents.

Technical Specifications:



Green liquid



8 .0  –  9.0



In g/cm3 at 15°C: 1.02


Flash Point

(PMCC)°C:: None






No known effect



No known effect



Order No.:



Rxsol RT 2002 A 

Non-returnable boxes of



25  litre plastic jar.


Procedure of Use:
General Cleaning:-RXSOL-16-1019-BIO  effectively cleans the toilets and doses millions of selected, safe bacteria into the sanitary system. These powerful specialised bacteria colonise the organic waste lining the pipe system and literally eat them clean. On draining to the sewage treatment plant, the bacteria will greatly enhance the biological activity, reducing solids and odours. Grease, fats, sewage, starch and other organic compounds are digested by RXSOL-16-1019-BIO .The degradation of paper, protein, waste product residuals and other odorous materials is also enhanced.

Using Procedure:

Method of Application and Dose Rates:-Use daily as a normal toilet cleaner. Leave cleaner in the bowl. Scrub vigorously with toilet brush. Best substitute of  toxic cleaners such such as acids, disinfectants, bleaches etc., will have a detrimental effect on the biological activity and should not be used with RXSOL-16-1019-BIO 



  • Water-based cleaner.
  • Biodegradable.
  • Non-flammable.
  • Free from hydrocarbon solvents.
  • Effective & economical in use.
  • Rxsol RT 2002 A  has numerous cleaning applications including removal of Greases, Waxes, Oil, Sludge, Soot, Carbon deposits & General dirt and Grime.
  • Cleans toilets, sinks, shower etc.
  • Product is safe and has no special handling or application requirements.     

                                           **Read the Material Safety Data Sheet before using this produc**

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