I applied a good amount to a mildew situation in the shower. The next
day -- nada. The Tilex WAS a few years old. I guess it pays to buy
it in small quantities.
What's a fairly safe way to dispose of it?
The Tilex site say's it loses power after 1 year. I found another site
that says spills less than 5 gals can be flushed down drain (in Ohio).
If it's over 1 year I'd just toss it in the trash if it's not working
for you. If you're really concerned call your local landfill and/or
waste water department. They may know. BTW: I've wondered about Tilex
losing it's strength too.
I've don't use it anymore. Good grout sealer and silicone caulk seem to
do the trick for me.
That's pretty much true. I don't know the exact ingredients but Clorox
say it's bleach and detergent which is the same thing that gets dumped
in the drain in mass quantities daily. Another thing is, if the product
is used as intended that's where it's going eventually anyway.
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