How to use Ajax® Ultra Super Degreaser Lemon?
Frequently Asked Questions
Ajax® Ultra Super Degreaser Lemon
So, what is a dish soap?
Dish soaps are formulated to facilitate the removal of greasy baked-on food from dishes (glasses, plates, utensils, pots, etc.). They also suspend (emulsify) the grease in the wash water to facilitate rinsing.
Is there anything I should not wash using Ajax® Ultra dish soap?
There's actually several things you should not wash with Ajax® Ultra. It's not supposed to be used on carpet and rug stains. And please, never think about using it for bathing or shampooing. Also, don't use it as a replacement for Laundry Detergent. Never use your dish liquid in an automatic dishwasher (the suds will overflow), and never ever mix your dish liquid with bleach or ammonia. For better cleaning results on all surfaces, follow the manufacturer's cleaning instructions. (They're there for a reason!)
Can I use Ajax® Ultra dish soap in my automatic dishwashing machine?
No. Using dish soap in a dishwashing machine will cause the suds to overflow and can damage the dishwashing machine.
Is Ajax® Ultra dish soap safe for septic systems?
All Ajax® Ultra dishwashing products are safe for septic systems.
Can I mix Ajax® with bleach?
No. Dish soaps should never be mixed with bleach or products containing bleach. The dish soap goes through an ammoniated process, whereby ammonia is introduced to the formula. Although it is not used as an ingredient, there could be traces of ammonia remaining in the product after manufacturing. Ammonia mixed with bleach can cause toxic fumes. If fumes occur, open the window and leave the room immediately.