Coil cleaning sprays are a hazard
Chemical sprays for coil cleaning can be found in almost every hardware store and outlets such as, The Home Depot or Lowe's. How toxic are they?
According to the Material Safety Data Sheet on the Home Depot website, inhalation of a foaming coil cleaner product can cause "dizziness, nausea, difficulty breathing and irregular heartbeats."
Are aerosol coil sprays really the best solution to use in retail locations with lots of kids, such as C-stores, schools and grocery stores? We think not.
Instead, use the COILPOD bag for coil cleaning (with a combination of compressed air and vacuum) in all food service locations to provide a safe and effective way to clean refrigerated merchandisers and other refrigerated appliances.
For coils needing an environmentally acceptable pre-treatment (e.g., those in greasy environments), consider using AC Energy Boost as the pretreatment product (see www.acenergyboost.com; @ACEnergyBoost) --- then blow off any residue utilizing our COILPOD bag.