Bleach cleaners are still a staple of many homes and offices, but some are now finding themselves in the awkward position of being used by those with allergies to bleach.
A sprayway is a thin, plastic spray-on, disposable spray, usually used for washing, that is used to clean up spills or dust in the bathroom.
Sprays work best when applied in one direction.
In this case, the sprayway would be in the same direction as the toilet bowl.
A product called Klear Glass Cleaner has been developed to help wash and disinfect sprayways, and the spray cleaner has been tested by the Food and Drug Administration to determine how effective it is.
Klear’s chief executive officer, Andrew Maitland, said the company is using the results of its tests to develop a product that will help people with asthma and other breathing problems.
He said the test results will help the company develop a spray cleaner that will work better for everyone, not just those with asthma.
“It will be a better solution than any other one out there right now, and I can’t wait to see what the industry thinks of it,” Mr Maitlands said.
“We want to be able to do this for people with all sorts of allergies, so if they can’t afford it, then we can offer them something that they can afford.”
Mr Maimland said that if the test confirms the spray cleaners effectiveness, he would be willing to consider a wider range of products, including a spray cleaning foam that would be available for people who do not have allergies to water, and also spray cleaners that would clean both water and bleach.
He added that the product would be made in a way that it would not need to be cleaned up with a cloth.
The company is hoping that the test will encourage more people to try its products.
Kolee Glass Cleaners said its product tested positive for an ingredient called phenylalanine, a substance that causes skin problems, and was also found to be present in a sprayway.
The product, which is currently being tested for its effectiveness, is available online at the company’s website.
The FDA tested the product and confirmed the presence of phenylalanylalanine in the spray cleaning product, but did not find it harmful to the human body.
Mr Mitterl’s team will now try to determine the best way to make the product safer for people.
He did not give a timeline for when Klear would begin selling the product.
The spray cleaner is now available in the US and in Europe.
Kilee said it had received a large number of inquiries about the product since it was first introduced, and has been making changes to ensure it will continue to be available to customers.
It said it is working with the FDA to determine if it has the right ingredients to test for phenylanamine.
It added that it was “committed to making the best products possible for our customers”.
The company said that it had also tested for a chemical known as acetaminophen, which can cause liver damage.
It did not say if the product had been tested for acetaminophenylalanin, or if it had found it to be safe.
“If it has, we will work with the agency to make sure it’s safe for the environment and that people with allergies can continue to use it safely,” Kilees chief executive, Mark Kole, said.
The US FDA did not have an immediate comment on Klear and its tests.
The Food and Chemical Safety Administration (FSSA) has been contacted for comment.
A spokesperson for the FDA said the agency did not comment on pending litigation.
The agency said it would investigate Klear if it found any product that could be used to cause adverse health effects.