Has Formula 409 been discontinued?

Has Formula 409 been discontinued?

Unfortunately, this cleaner has been discontinued by the manufacturer as of 12/1/2019. Check out our all purpose cleaners area for other products we still carry.

Why is 409 discontinued?

In 1960, Rouff sold Formula 409 to Chemzol, a New York firm, for an amount in the low six-figure range. In early 2020 Formula 409 became impossible to find in stores and disappeared from the “products” listing at the Clorox website. Some websites say Clorox has discontinued the product.

What is the main ingredient in 409?

Active Ingredient: Alkyl (C12 40%, C14 50%, C16 10%) Dimethyl Benzyl Ammonium Chloride – 0.3%. Other Ingredients – 99.7%.

Is 409 a pesticide?

This chemical is a pesticide product registered by the Environmental Protection Agency and is subject to certain labeling requirements under federal pesticide law.

What is a good substitute for 409?

Homemade 409 Cleaner Recipe

  • 2 Tbsp. Distilled White Vinegar.
  • 1 Tsp. Borax Powder.
  • 1/8 cup Dawn Dishsoap.
  • 1 cup Hot Water.
  • 16 oz. Triggered Spray Bottle.
  • Optional: 8 drops Orange Essential Oil.

What can I use instead of 409?

Use Vinegar and Water as an All Purpose Cleaner If you’ve been using something like 409 or Lysol cleaner, one of the first easy homemade changes you can make is to simply start using a homemade spray of vinegar and water instead. Just combine equal amounts of vinegar and water in a spray bottle.

Is Formula 409 toxic?

Q: Is Formula 409® Multi-Surface Cleaner harmful to kids or pets? A: No, it’s not. Just follow the instructions and use as directed, and it’s safe to use in a house with children and pets. Like most cleaning products, this stuff should be kept out of the reach of kids, always.

Is it bad to inhale 409?

No. The amount of chlorine in the air is small (your nose is very sensitive). Whatever you inhale will harmlessly react with biochemicals in lung fluids and never reach the brain.

Is 409 cleaner toxic?

May cause stomach pain or vomiting. Skin irritation. Irritation of eyes and mucous membranes.

Is 409 safe to breathe?

Yes, its toxic, but the dose makes the poison and the brain is not an expected route for that toxicity even if you drink the stuff in doses other than those for water purification. Does your bathroom come equipped with a fan? That’s what the fan is for, just so you know.

What is formformula 409®?

Formula 409® is the all-purpose cleaner made to handle the greasy aftermath. Skip to main navigationSkip to contentSkip to footer Products Multi-Surface Cleaner Natural Stone & Steel Cleaner

What does 409 mean on the safety data sheet?

SAFETY DATA SHEET Formula 409® Antibacterial All-Purpose Cleaner – Lemon – US According to Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006, Annex II, as amended by Regulation (EU) No 453/2010 SECTION 1: Identification of the substance/mixture and of the company/undertaking

Can I mix Formula 409 with other products like Bleach?

We sprayed the gunk with (alot of) Formula 409 and after 15 minutes or so, the gunk scraped right off. Q: Can I mix Formula 409® Multi-Surface Cleaner with other products, like bleach? A: No, we don’t recommend mixing with anything that’s not water, even on a double dog dare. Q: Is Formula 409® Multi-Surface Cleaner harmful to kids or pets?

What is the shelf life of Formula 409® Multi-Surface cleaner?

Q: What is the shelf life of Formula 409® Multi-Surface Cleaner? A: One year: longer than a peanut, but shorter than peanut butter. Mmmmm, peanut butter.