How do I apply Home Collection Coatings?
1. Remove the excess water in the toilet bowl.
2. Clean the toilet surface thoroughly with a toilet cleaner or rubbing alcohol. Wait until the surface is completely dried before the coating application.
3. Spray our spotLESS Toilet Coating onto the toilet surface. Roughly 10 - 15 squeezes would give all you need to cover the toilet surface. Alternatively, you can also spray the coating onto a paper towel and wipe the toilet surface uniformly. Wait for 5 minutes to cure, and you are done! Make sure you do it in a well ventilated environment, wear masks as necessary and wash your hands afterwards.
More information about product application can be found here.
What types of surfaces are spotLESS coatings compatible with?
spotLESS Home Collection coatings can be applied to glass, ceramic, porcelain, vitreous china surfaces. However, these coatings are not applicable to pre-coated surfaces, which may include some toilets. If you are unsure if your toilet is pre-coated, please reach out to our team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are spotLESS coatings safe for the environment? Do they contain perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAs)?
spotLESS coatings do not contain PFAS. Protecting the environment by reducing the use of aggressive chemicals and reducing our water footprint are among our key motivations for developing our spotLESS coating products. The main active ingredient in our coating products is silicone, which is known in the scientific literature to degrade naturally into silica, water, and carbon dioxide without negative impact on the environment. Silicone is also commonly found in toothpaste and cosmetic products.
Reference: Graiver, D., Farminer, K. & Narayan, R. A review of the fate and effects of silicones in the environment. J. Polym. Environ. 11, 129–136 (2003).
Are spotLESS coatings safe for septic systems?
spotLESS Home Collection coatings, when fully applied onto a toilet surface, do not contain chemical components at a concentration level that are known to have a negative impact to the septic tank.
Have another question?
Please reach out to our team at email@example.com with any other questions you may have!