What are neutral pH cleaners?

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Neutral cleaning agents are pH-neutral substances which are based on non-ionic surfactants that remove different types of dirt. They include mild dish soap, some stone cleaners among others and they leave floors looking their best when used. Most cleaning products have been known to cause childhood poisonings.
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Many floor surfaces can collect a residue from cleaning products that can dull the appearance of the flooring. By using a cleaner with a neutral pH, you can eliminate the film development
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A pH of 7 (in the range from 0 to 14) is considered "neutral" neither acidic nor alkaline.
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Cleaner is a neutral substance because it's not a base or an acid.
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