Several cleaning products are referred to as "Food safe" but what does this mean? The term "Food Safe" is not an official designation by the organizations that regulate these solutions. The real question is "Is this product safe to use where food may be prepared or served?"
Many cleaners are toxic and should be kept well away from food preparation or serving areas. Other products are considered safe to use on surfaces that later do have contact with food - BUT in general, that surface should be thoroughly rinsed with potable water after cleaning and prior to use. This is to remove any residue of the cleaner left on the surfaces and to prevent that residue from transferring to your food.
A small number of products however, including the GenEon cleaning solutions, are so safe they don't require being rinsed away before food is prepared on the surface. In fact, the GenEon cleaning solution can actually be sprayed directly on food itself. Few cleaning products can say that.
Regardless of the cleaning products you choose - carefully read the label to ensure you are using it safely.
"My GenEon has arrived and I have cleaned a house with it! A house cleaning that used to take me three hours was completed in two. And I got it cleaner than ever before! Plus I didn't have to wear gloves. Thank you so much for such an amazing product. Easy to use and the sanitizer leaves the home with a light swimming pool smell. I can’t believe I waited this long to finally order the product as I will probably never use something else again.
TL Michigan (Residential Cleaner)
One bottle of GenEon Glass and General Purpose Mineral Catalyst generates the up to 60 gallons of Glass and General Purpose Cleaners.
That is true sustainability and savings.