Is Comet discontinued?
Is Comet discontinued?
The brand was introduced in 1956 by Procter & Gamble (P&G) and sold to Prestige Brands in 2001. In 2018, Prestige Brands sold the Comet brand to KIK Custom Products Inc.
What is Comet bleach used for?
Comet Bleach Powder attacks your tough cleaning problems in kitchens, bathrooms, and throughout your house. This all purpose cleanser cleans and deodorizes porcelain, stainless steel, fiberglass, Corian, solid surfaces, natural marble, and ceramic tile all without leaving a scratch.
Is Comet cleaner toxic?
Environmental Working Group EWG’s air pollution tests found that Comet Disinfectant Cleanser Powder emitted 146 different chemicals, including some that have been linked to cancer, asthma and reproductive disorders.
Is Comet with bleach a disinfectant?
Clean and disinfect with Comet® Disinfecting Cleaner with Bleach. A unique 2-in-1 all-purpose formula combines the cleaning power of heavy-duty detergents with the stain removal power of bleach, while being a hospital use disinfectant*. *when used per label instructions.
Where can I get a comet dry cleaning?
Click here to find the Comet Cleaners nearest you. Find Us! The professional, polished look. Makes life a bit easier. Efficient laundry service. Drive on thru today!
Who are the owners of Comet cleaners in San Antonio?
WELCOME TO COMET CLEANERS Comet Cleaners of San Antonio is a franchise locally owned and operated by Rick Molina and Guy Ellison. They opened their first store in February 2005 and currently have 10 convenient locations throughout the northwestern part of San Antonio.
How to contact Comet soft cleansers customer service?
Comet Soft Cleansers with Bleach are highly effective cleansers for tubs, sinks, showers and counter tops. To contact our Customer Service Department to ask a question or make a suggestion, use the Get In Touch link below. If you would prefer to speak to a customer service representative, please call 1-800-926-9441 weekdays.
Can you use bleach on clothes at Comet cleaners?
At Comet Cleaners, bleach is a last resort. We never use bleach on clothing unless it is absolutely necessary and we are certain that it will not damage the garment. MY BUTTONS GET RUINED WHEN I PRESS CLOTHING, CAN YOU FIX THEM?