Have you ever wondered what is that layer of slime in your pet's water bowl?
No, it is not saliva. It is bacteria biofilm
Why is biofilm dangerous?
Listeria, Escherichia Coli and Legionella Pneumophila are all bacteria that call biofilm home.
If the water bowl isn’t cleaned, this bad bacteria will reproduce and their water will become contaminated. Bad biofilms have been linked to urinary tract infections (UTIs), bladder infections, middle-ear infections, and more.
Water-based formula for easy rinsing. Created to remove biofilm effectively.
Do not use on oily surfaces. *Note: Color varies between colorless to light yellow
How to use
Pump a generous amount of dish foam on non-oily bowls. Rub off slimy biofilm for about a minute.
Avoid using sponge. Rinse well
Electrolyzed water and Natural Plant-based soap
Formulated and Produced by G-Natural in Singapore