Biokleen - Foaming Action Bac-Out Stain & Odor Eliminator Spray - 32 oz. (1 QT) 946 ml.
with Live Enzyme Cultures:
Biokleen - Foaming Action Bac-Out Stain & Odor Eliminator Spray Product Highlights
BioKleen Foaming Action Bac-Out Stain and Odro eliminator is the safest and most advanced stain and odor eliminator on the market. It seems everyone has a Bac-Out story. Bac-Out’s live enzyme-producing cultures attack pet, food, and beverage stains, organic waste, and odor until they are gone, digesting them back to nature, safely and naturally. Bac-Out is safe to use around children and pets, even birds.
• Lime Peel Extract cleaning power
• Destroys the toughest odors so they are gone for good
• Excellent for mold and mildew
• Preferred by commercial carpet cleaners nationwide
Biokleen's Commitment to Families, Pets & Our Planet
Biokleen has built their legacy on highly effective cleaning products that don’t use — and don’t need — toxic chemicals. Initially founded to make plant-based, non-caustic cleaners for professional services and janitors, Biokleen brings those same powerful formulas to families and homes across America today. As part of that commitment, all Biokleen products are free of phosphates, chlorine, ammonia, petroleum solvents, alcohol, butyl, glycol ether, brighteners, artificial colors, artificial fragrance. They believe that a house free of toxins is a home full of love.
Since their founding in 1989, Biokleen has remained family owned and operated, now in its second generation. While other brands have been purchased by, and absorbed into, larger conglomerates, they are committed to putting families — not profits — first.
Biokleen loves animals. That’s why they have never tested a single product on them or used their biochemistry in their formulations. In fact, they design all Biokleen products with pets in mind, for they are just as sensitive to toxins, synthetic dyes and artificial fragrances as humans are.
All Biokleen products are packaged in numbers 1 (polyethylene terephthalate) and 2 (high-density polyethylene) plastics, since they are the most commonly accepted by curbside programs and have a low risk of product leaching.