Fieldguard Green Gloop: 8 x 2 Litre (Case)
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Fieldguard Green Gloop
An economical way to purchase Green Gloop, the recommended cleaning fluid for all animal housing, or where smells need eliminating.
Green Gloop Cleaning Fluid was originally formulated as an ammonia neutralising liquid and germicide specifically for equine use. It is now used in dog kennels, runs and yards as well as with many other animals and fowl where 100% cleanliness is essential. It exceeds the specification, and so has been certified to EN 14349:2012 as being a suitable disinfectant and germicide for Veterinary use on non-porous surfaces.
Green Gloop is a highly concentrated, water-based, non-toxic detergent and deodoriser that will not harm animals nor rot rubber matting.
It is the preferred cleaner in many livery yards, stud farms, professional kennels and catteries, and an animal health laboratory. It is ideal for cow barns, chicken and bird housing, pig pens and farrowing crates.
Green Gloop Cleaning Fluid – an outstanding cleaner
Fieldguard Green Gloop is also outstanding when used in chemical (camp, caravan) and domestic lavatories; as witness its use on the majority of European railway networks, albeit in a less heavily scented form. It is favoured over other chemical cleaners because it has no impact on wild life or the environment.
It is ideal on all artificial beds as it cleans mat surfaces, neutralises urine and leaves the environment smelling fresh.
If used on walls and on badly infested floors the dilution rate is halved and a second wash is often required some hours after the initial application. Stained concrete floors can be cleaned to pristine freshness.
For normal cleansing it is not necessary to lift mats to apply Green Gloop. It is simply diluted in a bucket of water, flushed over the surface and brushed between the cracks.
For outside use only a very mild solution is necessary as it will scour urine stains and kill all smells. It is totally safe and harmless to all animals and degrades rapidly causing no environmental damage.
All draining and non-draining under bed type mats should be lifted at least once every nine months and both they and the stable floor thoroughly washed down with Green Gloop. Porous rubber mats should have the same treatment monthly.
No other disinfectant is recommended with any rubber mats as most are either phenol or formaldehyde based, both of which are dangerous to animal health and rot rubber, for they break down slowly. They are also environmentally unsound and cause water pollution,