Safety on household vinyl products.


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Hello,

Recently found the Optimum line of products. Like that they are safe for
us to handle and for the environment. Have read quite a bit about the
products. But have some specific questions, that did not come up while
searching the forums.

When it is mentioned that the products are safe on all surfaces, paint,
metal, glass, plastic, vinyl, rubber, etc. This applies to the different
types of said surfaces? For example, the vinyl used in home
construction; the vinyl frames on windows, doors, etc?

Would like to use ONR to clean the vinyl frames on windows and of course
the glass. Know that there is no problem with cleaning the glass.

Would also like to use Optimum Protectant Plus on said vinyl window
frames to protect the vinyl from the elements; UV, dust, dirt, etc.
Currently using Zep Vinyl Window Cleaner[0], but would prefer a user and
environmentally friendly/safe product.

Is the proposed usage above alright?

Thank You


[0] https://www.zepcommercial.com/product/zepcommercial/Vinyl-Window-Cleaner

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6 hours ago, A&J said:

ONR for cleaning and Protectant plus for UV protection will be perfectly safe both for the user and the things used on (all surfaces)!

 

2 hours ago, Ron@Optimum said:

absolutely safe on every surface I've tested...and I've tested on about everything!

Great, that is what I thought but did not want to assume. Just wanted
to make sure before using ONR and Protectant Plus on the vinyl window
frames.

For this usage what would be the recommended ONR dilution:

Standard wash solution: ratio 1:256 or 1 oz/2 gallons?

Or a bit stronger: ratio 1:128 or 1 oz/1 gallon?

Looking forward to using Optimum products in the household and for
car care ;)

This forum is a great resource, have learned quite a bit in the last few
days. Thank You for the quick replies and have a good day.

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7 hours ago, Ron@Optimum said:

1:128 is sufficient for a dirty car, so should be adequate for most any household task.  Feel free to use a higher ratio, we're in business to sell product (tic).

Alright, hehe :)

For window cleaning 1:256, is what have read that most use. Have also
read from others experiences that 1:128 is the highest ratio to use for
window cleaning. Without any streaking. Has this being your experience
as well?

Thank You

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What we talked about in this thread about ONR's usage, would also apply
to ONR Wash & Wax as well? If so, better to use ONR Wash & Wax instead
then?

Also, is it safe to assume that using any of the rest of the Optimum
products in this matter, will be safe as well? Since all Optimum
products are formulated for safe usage by the user, on all surfaces and
environmentally friendly?

Thank You

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any ONR application applied to ONR with Wax (really the only ONR I use) and yes, all Optimum products are safe for home use.  I've found GPS is excellent on kitchen/bathroom counter tops and sinks - cleans/polish/seals - for instance.

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8 hours ago, Ron@Optimum said:

any ONR application applied to ONR with Wax (really the only ONR I use) and yes, all Optimum products are safe for home use.  I've found GPS is excellent on kitchen/bathroom counter tops and sinks - cleans/polish/seals - for instance.

Alright, just making sure. So my proposed usage of ONR[-W&W] for cleaning
the windows, as a general cleaner in the home and using Protectant Plus
for protecting the window frames; and any plastics, vinyls is fine? Or
are there other Optimum products that would better for these uses?

By GPS, you mean Optimum Glaze, Polish & Seal? What is your experience
using GPS on faucets?

Is ONR safe for use on the inside of windows; tinted or not?

Thank You, for answering all these questions. Prefer to know as much as
possible, before using any product.

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Optimum Glass Clean & Protect is good on glass and works particularly well on Coated glass.  I haven't tried Protectant Plus on window frames, not sure how  much it's worth the effort or how durable it would be.  I used GPS on counter tops and sinks - it's probably safe on faucets but remember it's got light polish in it.

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