That’s when I was directed to this amazing aerosol product that is made specifically for evaporator coils.
I have become a lot more serious about cleaning my house as I’ve grown older. I want to be proud of how nice it looks whenever I have people over to visit. In the past I would feel embarrassed from the clutter or mess, regardless of whether or not the person was a close friend or stranger. I also do a lot of dusting throughout to make sure it’s not visible to every naked eye that walks through here. One of my favorite cleaning products is Odoban. It has a foundation made out of eucalyptus oil and a number of antiseptic, antibacterial, and antiviral chemicals inside. Despite being such a heavy hitter, it smells wonderful! I still use bleach in my laundry, but I never put it on my floors now that I have a steady supply of Odoban. While I was making my usual pickup at the hardware store last week, I asked one of the clerks if the store carried cleaning solutions for window air conditioners and dehumidifiers. They both utilize evaporator coils, which can get clogged with dust and dirt after prolonged periods of steady use. That’s when I was directed to this amazing aerosol product that is made specifically for evaporator coils. It won’t cause the metal in the coil to corrode like what happens when you use bleach or peroxide to clean it instead. After using the new evaporator coil aerosol cleaner, my dehumidifier was smelling like a brand new machine once again. It’s nice to have this a/c cleaner on hand if you ever have buildup in your central HVAC system, as it’s used by HVAC techs for those machines as well.