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Breakthrough formulation

For the first time a neutral ph cleaner has been developed for polished floors and general cleaning that actually neutralises destructive alkalinity as you damp mop or auto scrub. Normally acidic products are required to achieve this alkali neutralisation. NEUTRACLEAN’S unique emulsification system cuts through greasy soils, spillages and helps dislodge black heel marks as you mop or automatic scrub. NEUTRACLEAN leaves no greasy, sticky, waxy or streaky surface as it dries. This low level of residue helps prevent re-soiling and helps prevent dirt impaction into your floor finish. Your floors will stay remarkably glossy and need less frequent stripping.

Ultra High Speed Glazing? – You Need NEUTRACLEAN!!

As brush or pad speeds travel over 1000 RPM the need for ultra clean floors become more evident. Glazing at 2000 RPM increases floor temperature and softens floor finishes, allowing surface dirt, dust and grime to penetrate the surface. NEUTRACLEAN removes surface grime more thoroughly and is compatible with 1000 to 2000 RPM machines.

Conventional speed polishers

If conventional floor machines are used (300 to 500 RPM) the thermoplastic polymer additives in SHINER may be alternated with NEUTRACLEAN as these machines don’t provide the heat necessary for complete mark removal and high gloss on their own. SHINER’S ingredients work better on gloss development under these conditions when mopped and buffed regularly. NEUTRACLEAN’S formulation leans towards higher performance cleaning.


Adding 100mls NEUTRACLEAN to your clean water rinse helps suspend stripped polish residue and neutralises high ph stripper residues. Generally only one rinse is required to prepare the floor for recoating.