Enzymes are becoming increasingly prevalent in laundry and cleaning products. They replace other, often hazardous ingredients in these products. The article examines the significance of enzymes in the cleaning industry, providing insight into their mechanisms of action and various application areas.
Organic pollutants are as common in maintenance cleaning as they are in construction and specialty cleaning. Particularly, greasy and oily contaminants adhere strongly and often require the use of strong cleaning chemicals for removal. However, not all surfaces tolerate the use of these products. For example, aluminum can be corroded (oxidized) by alkaline cleaning agents.