How do concentrated cleaning products work?


They are simply super-concentrated versions of the cleaning products that you can buy off the shelf in many stores. Concentrated cleaning products are designed to be mixed with water to the appropriate dilution at the point of use.

Here at The Cleaning Collective, we stock a wide range of concentrated cleaning supplied from brand names you know and love, including Evans, Bio Productions and Compass Pro. We can also supply dosing units and pelican pumps to ensure that you and your team always get the dilution just right.

What are the benefits of using concentrated cleaning chemicals?

Graphic showing the cost comparison between concentrated cleaning products and ready-made. Evans EC6

Cost saving


You’ll save significant amounts of money when you switch to buying your cleaning products in concentrated strength.

For example, Evans EC6 All-Purpose Cleaner comes in a concentrated 1L or 5L bottle, with trigger bottles available separately so you can buy as many as you need. With the larger 5L bottle, you’ll get enough formula to make up 500 bottles of high-performing cleaning product, with each trigger bottle costing you just 3.83p!
Graphic showing the plastic waste comparison between concentrated cleaning products and ready-made. Compass Pro Orange Fresh

Environment


Reduce your business' impact on the environment by choosing concentrated cleaning chemicals as they take less water during the production process, create less plastic waste due to reduced need for packaging and take up less space in transit. The costs to the environment and your budget are massively reduced by shopping smart and buying concentrated products.

To compare, a 5L Compass Pro Orange Fresh in concentrate format along with one trigger bottle over the lifetime of the product will use a fraction of the plastic than if you were to buy the equivalent amount of ready-made trigger bottles individually. You'll save a massive 29kg of plastic waste - in a busy hospitality or healthcare business this could be just a couple of months or years worth of cleaning products. Even if you need to buy more refillable bottles separately to cover different departments, the savings are still huge.

Concentrated Cleaning Chemicals

Evans Vanodine
EC2 1L

 
Use: Food-safe kitchen degreaser
Makes: 100 trigger bottles
Cost-in-use: 6.7p per bottle
 

Evans Vanodine
EC2 5L

 
Use: Food-safe kitchen degreaser
Makes: 500 trigger bottles
Cost-in-use: 3.8p per bottle
 

Evans Vanodine
EC4 1L

 
Use: Food-safe kitchen
sanitiser
Makes: 100 trigger bottles
Cost-in-use: 6.7p per bottle
 

Evans Vanodine
EC4 5L

 
Use: Food-safe kitchen
sanitiser
Makes: 500 trigger bottles
Cost-in-use: 3.8p per bottle
 

Evans Vanodine
EC6 1L

 
Use: All-purpose cleaner

Makes: 100 trigger bottles
Cost-in-use: 6.7p per bottle
 

Evans Vanodine
EC6 5L

 
Use: All-purpose cleaner

Makes: 100 trigger bottles
Cost-in-use: 3.8p per bottle
 

Evans Vanodine
EC7 1L

 
Use: All-purpose cleaner

Makes: 100 trigger bottles
Cost-in-use: 6.7p per bottle
 

Evans Vanodine
EC7 5L

 
Use: All-purpose cleaner

Makes: 100 trigger bottles
Cost-in-use: 3.8p per bottle
 

Evans Vanodine
EC8 1L

 
Use: Air freshener and odour neutraliser
Makes: 100 trigger bottles
Cost-in-use: 13.9p per bottle
 

Evans Vanodine
EC9 1L

 
Use: Washroom sanitiser

Makes: 100 trigger bottles
Cost-in-use: 6.7p per bottle
 

Evans Vanodine
EC9 5L

 
Use: Washroom sanitiser

Makes: 500 trigger bottles
Cost-in-use: 3.8p per bottle
 

Bio Productions
Sta Kill

 
Use: Deordoriser and disinfectant
Makes: 40 trigger bottles
Cost-in-use: 30p per bottle