Looking for an all-in-one cleaning solution that can work on any surface without damage? Our versatile Release® cleaning solution, made with associative cleaning technology, is perfect for homes, businesses, cars, airplanes, boats, RVs, and more. Want to learn more? Read on as we answer some of the most frequently asked questions about our product.
What are the dilution ratios of Release® Ultra Concentrate?
- Use 1:20 on heavy soils or tasks with a lot to clean up like carbon soot, grease, oil, dirt, bugs, dust, mold and more.
- Use 1:40 on moderate soils for general cleaning. Clean soils like moderate dirt, dust, grime and more.
- Use 1:60 on light soils for cleaning dirt, dust.
- Use 1:100 on surfaces like glass, plexiglass, stainless steel, aluminum or any shiny or reflective surface.
- See video How to dilute Release" on our YouTube page.
Is Release® safe to use on ceramic coatings?
Yes, Release® is completely safe to use on ceramic coatings at any dilution, even straight Release Ultra. It will not associate with or remove your ceramic coating.
Is Release® a True All-in-One Cleaning Solution?
Yes, Release® is a true all-in-one cleaning solution that can be used on any surface without causing damage. It is also fragrance-free and dye-free, so it will not harm your hands or affect your surfaces. Additionally, it is non-abrasive, making it safe to use on delicate surfaces.
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Does Release® Work Effectively for All Surfaces?
Yes, Release® is an all-surface cleaner that works effectively on any surface. From plastic, aluminum, leather, fabric, rubber, paint, glass, and more, this versatile cleaning solution leaves no residue or damage.
What is Associative Cleaning Technology?
Associative Cleaning Technology is a unique approach to cleaning that utilizes specially-formulated surfactants and degreasers to penetrate and release soils and stains from multiple surfaces. This technology is safe for use on all types of surfaces, including delicate or sensitive ones. Our all-in-one cleaning solution, Release®, uses this technology to provide an all-surface cleaning solution that is easily wiped off and does not leave behind any residue or odor.
Where can I use Release® All-Purpose Cleaner?
Release® all-purpose cleaner can be used in various markets, including aviation, automotive, marine, commercial facilities, residential, transport, RVs, and more. It's designed for professionals as well as everyday users who want a safe and reliable product to clean all surfaces without damage.
Is Release® ok to Use on Hands?
Yes, the Release® formula is non-abrasive and will not attack your hands. However, it will associate with the oils on your skin and remove them. If used frequently this will leave your hands dry. That is why we recommend the use of gloves when coming in direct contact with Release®.
Is Release® Environmentally Friendly?
Yes, Release® has high standards for sustainability. The technology used in Release® breaks down the oils and dirt on contact, so there is no waste or residue left behind. It’s also phosphate-free, fragrance-free and dye-free, so you can use it without worrying about any harmful side effects.
Is Release® All-Purpose Cleaner a Foaming Cleaner?
Release® is an all-purpose cleaner and a foaming cleaner too. This means that you can either spray it onto a surface and then wipe it off, or you can put some of the cleaner onto a wet cloth and use that to clean the surface. The foaming action helps Release® to have greater time for penetration on vertical surfaces. This provides the time for Release® to associate with the dirt longer for dirt removal.
What makes Release® More Effective Than Other Cleaners?
Release® is made with a new innovative cleaning technology that allows it to associate with all organic soils, so it can release and remove dirt, grease, and oils from all surfaces without any damage to the surface.
Is Release® Available in Different Concentrations and Packaging?
Yes, Release® is available in different concentrations and packaging. You can buy it as a concentrated all-in-one cleaning solution, and it's available in both spray bottles and gallon containers.
What is the difference between a foam sprayer and a multi sprayer?
Foam sprayers generate wet or dry foam as the application method where as a multi sprayer applies the liquid in the canister directly to the surface. Multi sprayers also have the ability to mist liquid unlike foam sprayers.
What is the difference between the Foam Pro 2 and the Foam Pro 2+?
The difference between the Foam Pro 2 and the Foam Pro 2+ is the ability to hook up an air source such as an air compressor to the unit. The Foam Pro 2+ has the ability to use air supplied by an air compressor to keep the canister pressurized. The Foam Pro 2 does not have that capability and requires manual pressurization through the hand pump.
Have any other questions about Release®? Email us at Sales@SyQuestUSA.com or call us at 920-339-5775, and we'll be happy to help.