CRS MAINTENANCE: ENZYME CLEANER

Enzymes are macromolecular biological compounds or catalysts which accelerate chemical reactions. The molecules upon which enzymes may act are called substrates. Enzymes are very specific and only work with certain substrates.

Enzymatic cleaners are bio-degradable, non-toxic cleaning agents that can be used to clean fabrics, carpets, floors, and various other items including child restraint system (CRS) covers.

⚠️ DO NOT USE ENZYME CLEANERS to clean the cover if your CRS manufacturer ONLY allows the use of MILD DETERGENT and NEVER use a harsher detergent than mild detergent to clean the harness unless allowed by the manufacturer. Some CRS manufacturers only allow the use of water to clean the harness ⚠️

Enzyme cleaners are formulated to treat specific stains and odours where:

✔️ Protease enzymes break down protein-based stains, such as blood, urine, feces, and food.

✔️ Lipase enzymes break down fat molecules, such as oils and greases.

✔️ Amylase enzymes break down starch molecules from food.

Enzyme cleaners often contain blends of these enzymes so that they are effective against a wide array of stains and soils. They break down specific organic substrates in stains via enzymatic reaction, thus effectively remove organic stains and unpleasant odours.

⚠️ Avoid using enzyme cleaners with bleach or chemical disinfectants as this may result in reduced effectiveness! Additionally, bleach use is prohibited on any part of CRS! ⚠️

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