4 oz Sample Size
What is GVP Formula 433 All Purpose Cleaner Concentrate
GVP formula 433 represents an amazing breakthrough in cleaning technology. It is totally non toxic and will not harm the environment in any way. It is so safe a baby could drink it with no ill effects. People that are chemically sensitive or hypoallergenic love this product. Yet, it is tough enough to tackle even the toughest jobs and it will work as good or better than even the most toxic brands. It cleans in a whole new way undiscovered until now. Yet when diluted 5:1 or 10:1 it kills over 99% of e-coli and salmonella bacteria. It even kills insects. How can it be non toxic and kill insects. GVP Formula 433 is a powerful grease and oil fighter. It dissolves grease and oil. Humans and pets are water based. Insects are oil based. So GVP Formula 433 does not harm humans but kills oil based insects. By law we can't say it's an insecticide because insecticides must contain poisons. See a bug in the babies room just spray it and don't worry about any toxic fumes or residue. Insecticides are one of the most dangerous chemicals available to consumers. Dispose of them right away, ASAP.
What is in GVP Formula 433.
The Ingredients are; purified water, fatty acids, coconut oil, organic alcohol (the alcohol all evaporates during the cooking process), vitamin B9, minerals and enzymes derived from edible and seed bearing plants. All ingredients are grown and processed in the USA. All ingredients are on the EPA's "Generally Recognized As Safe," list.
GVP Formula 433 is made using a proprietary process that results in the molecules of the GVP Formula 433 being about 10,000 times smaller than an oil, grease or dirt molecule. Every one of the GVP Formula 433 molecules also carries a powerful electrical charge with a positive and negative charge on each molecule like a tiny magnet. These grease loving and grease hating charges are able to surround the dirt because of their tiny size and break it up unlike any cleaner before. So instead of using powerful and toxic chemicals and solvents to clean, use GVP Formula 433 and clean the healthy, eco friendly way. It is the best and safest all purpose cleaner ever invented.
Since this product will replace almost all the toxic chemicals in your home you will see a large savings. Imagine one product that will replace many products depending on dilution. A quart will dilute out to about $150 worth of products. No more buying tub & tile cleaner, floor cleaner, toilet, window, oven, counter tops, body soap, hand soap, dish soap, automatic dish detergent, laundry pre spotter, carpet shampoo, and hundreds of other uses. See the user guide on the bottom of this page for directions for hundreds of cleaning jobs. It is highly recommended that you get the 2 mixing bottles we have made up with graduated markings on the bottle, along with many of the most common uses of the product with washing instructions. These are high quality bottles with sprayers and will last decades. You only need to buy the spray bottles the first time. You just refill and reuse them over and over. A quart will make about 7.5 quarts of ready to use products.
We only sell GVP Formula 433 in its concentrated state. That is our secret to being able to sell such an advanced product and save you money at the same time. You will dilute this sample between 10 parts water to one part concentrate and 5 parts water to one part concentrate. We recommend you get the mixing bottles on your first order. There are 2 bottles with labels for diluting your GVP Formula 433, one diluted 10 to 1 and one diluted 5 to 1. You fill the bottle to the marked line with the concentrate and fill the rest with water. These mixing bottles also have the most common cleaning jobs with directions. Highly recommend is a foaming pump bottle which works great for hand washing, (you should order 1 for each sink in the house). You will love how clean you will feel when you get out of the shower the first time you use GVP Formula 433.
The use of spray household cleaners could increase the risk of developing asthma by nearly 50 percent.
Cleaning products were responsible for nearly 10 percent of all toxic exposures reported to U.S. Poison Control Centers in 2000, accounting for 206,636 calls. Of these, nearly two-thirds involved children under six, who can swallow or spill cleaners stored or left open inside the home.
According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the air inside the typical home is on average 2-5 times more polluted than the air just outside and in extreme cases 100 times more contaminated largely because of household cleaners and pesticides.
The Janitorial Products Pollution Prevention Project reports that 6 out of every 100 janitors in Washington state have lost time from their jobs as a result of injuries linked to toxic cleaning products, particularly glass and toilet cleaners and degreasers.
In a 2002 U.S. Geological Survey study of contaminants in U.S. stream water, 69 percent of streams sampled contained persistent detergent metabolites, and 66 percent contained disinfectants.
GVP Formula 433 Contains none of the following:
Acetone - A neurotoxin, acetone may cause liver and kidney damage, and damage to the developing fetus. It is a skin and eye irritant. Found in spot treatment cleaners, mark and scuff removers, and other products.
Aerosol products- Aerosol propellants may contain propane, formaldehyde, a carcinogen, neurotoxin and central nervous system depressant, methylene chloride, a carcinogen, neurotoxin and reproductive toxin, and nitrous oxide . Products applied with aerosol sprays are broken into minute particles, which can be more deeply inhaled than larger particles, which may increase their toxic effect.
Ammonia - Undiluted, ammonia is a severe eye and respiratory irritant that can cause severe burning pain, and corrosive damage including chemical burns, cataracts and corneal damage. It can also cause kidney and liver damage. Repeated or prolonged exposure to vapors can result in bronchitis and pneumonia. Found in a wide range of cleaning products, ammonia will react with bleach to form poisonous chlorine gas that can cause burning and watering of eyes, as well as burning of the nose and mouth.
Bleach: see sodium hypochlorite
Diethanolamine (DEA) - Listed as a suspected carcinogen by the State of California, this chemical is a skin and respiratory toxicant and a severe eye irritant. Used in a wide range of household cleaning products.
D-limonene - This chemical is produced by cold-pressing orange peels. The extracted oil is 90% d-limonene. It is a sensitizer, a neurotoxin, a moderate eye and skin irritant, and can trigger respiratory distress when vapors are inhaled by some sensitive individuals. There is some evidence of carcinogenicity. D-limonene is the active ingredient in some insecticides. It is used as a solvent in many all-purpose cleaning products, especially 'citrus' and 'orange' cleaners. Also listed on labels as citrus oil and orange oil.
Ethoxylated nonyl phenol - Nonyl phenols are hormone disruptors and some contain traces of ethylene oxide, a known human carcinogen. They are eye and skin irritants. Used in laundry detergents and other cleaning products.
Formaldehyde - In lab tests, formaldehyde has caused cancer and damaged DNA. Formaldehyde is also a sensitizer, with the potential to cause asthma. Several laboratory studies have shown it to be a central nervous system depressant. Exposure to formaldehyde may cause joint pain, depression, headaches, chest pains, ear infections, chronic fatigue, dizziness and loss of sleep. While formaldehyde naturally occurs in the human body in minute amounts, it is estimated that 20 per cent of people exposed to it will experience an allergic reaction. Used in a wide range of products, including some furniture polishes. Formaldehyde may be released by other chemicals, eg.quaternary 15.
Fragrance - Fragrance on a label can indicate the presence of up to 4,000 separate ingredients, most of which are synthetic. Many compounds in fragrance are human toxins and suspected or proven carcinogens. In 1989, the US National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health evaluated 2,983 fragrance chemicals for health effects. They identified 884 of them as toxic substances. Synthetic fragrances are known to trigger asthma attacks. The US Environmental Protection Agency found that 100% of perfumes contain toluene, which can cause liver, kidney and brain damage as well as damage to a developing fetus. Symptoms reported to the FDA from fragrance exposure have included headaches, dizziness, rashes, skin discoloration, violent coughing and vomiting, and allergic skin irritation. Clinical observations by medical doctors have shown that exposure to fragrances can affect the central nervous system, causing depression, hyperactivity, irritability, inability to cope, and other behavioral changes. Fragrance is a common skin irritant.
Methylene chloride - Methylene chloride is a carcinogen, a neurotoxin and a reproductive toxin. On inhalation, it can cause liver and brain damage, irregular heartbeat, and even heart attack. It is a severe skin and moderate eye irritant. Used in stain removers.
Monoethanolamine - This chemical may cause liver, kidney and reproductive damage, as well as depression of the central nervous system. Inhalation of high concentrations - when cleaning an oven for example - can cause dizziness or even coma. The chemical can also be absorbed through the skin. It is a moderate skin irritant, and a severe eye irritant. Found in many cleaning products, including oven cleaners, tub and tile cleaners, laundry presoaks, floor strippers and carpet cleaners.
Morpholine - This corrosive ingredient can severely irritate and burn skin and eyes, and can even cause blindness if splashed in eyes. It can cause liver and kidney damage, and long-term exposure can result in bronchitis. It reacts with nitrites (added as a preservative in some products, or present as a contaminant) to form carcinogenic nitrosomines. Morpholine is a moderate to severe eye, skin and mucous membrane irritant. Used as a solvent in a number of cleaning products, including some furniture polishes and abrasive cleansers.
Naphthalene - This registered pesticide is listed as a suspected carcinogen in California and is most commonly found in mothballs, and some other pest repellents, as well as in deodorizers. As a reproductive toxin, it is transported across the placenta and can cause blood damage. It can cause liver and kidney damage, and corneal damage and cataracts. Skin exposure is especially dangerous to newborns.
Parabens - Parabens are hormone disruptors. Widely used in cleaning products as preservatives, paraben is usually preceded by the prefixes methyl-, ethyl-, butyl-, or propyl. Parabens may cause contact dermatitis in some individuals
Paradichlorobenzene - This highly volatile registered pesticide is in the same chemical class as DDT. It is a suspected carcinogen, and may cause lung, liver and kidney damage. It is used in mothballs and some washroom deodorizers and urinal blocks.
Phosphoric acid - Extremely corrosive, it can severely irritate and burn the skin and eyes. Breathing vapors can make the lungs ache, and it may be toxic to the central nervous system. Found in some liquid dishwasher detergents, metal polishes, some disinfectants, and bathroom cleaners, especially those that remove lime and mildew.
Sodium dichloroisocyanurate dihydrate - This corrosive chemical is a severe eye, skin and respiratory irritant. It may cause liver and gastrointestinal damage, and may be toxic to the central nervous system. It will react with bleach to form poisonous chlorine gas that can cause burning and watering of eyes, as well as burning of the nose and mouth. It is found in some toilet bowl cleaners and deodorizers, as well as industrial detergents and some institutional dishwashing detergents.
Sodium hypochlorite (bleach) - A corrosive chemical, sodium hypochlorite is an eye, skin and respiratory irritant, as well as a sensitizer. It is especially hazardous to people with heart conditions or asthma, and can be fatal if swallowed. It may be a neurotoxin and toxic to the liver. Found in a wide range of household cleaners.
Sodium Lauryl Sulfate - Sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS) is used as a lathering agent. This chemical is a known skin irritant. It also enhances the allergic response to other toxins and allergens. The U.S. government has warned manufacturers of unacceptable levels of dioxin formation in some products containing this ingredient. SLS can react with other ingredients to form cancer-causing nitrosamines
Toluene - Exposure to toluene may cause liver, kidney and brain damage. It is also a reproductive toxin which can damage a developing fetus.
Turpentine - This chemical can cause allergic sensitization, and kidney, bladder and central nervous system damage. It is an eye irritant. Found in specialty solvent cleaners, furniture polish and shoe products.
Xylene - Xylene has significant neurotoxic effects, including loss of memory. High exposure can lead to loss of consciousness and even death. It may damage liver, kidneys and the developing fetus. It is a severe eye and moderate skin irritant. Used in some spot removers, floor polishes, ironing aids and other products.
IMPORTANT UPDATE ON TRICLOSAN: Triclosan, the antibacterial agent commonly found in hand sanitizers, antibacterial soaps, lotions, acne products, cosmetics and other personal care products is dangerous! It is classified as a pesticide by the EPA and as a drug by the FDA. The EPA considers it a major risk to human health and to the environment. "Chemically triclosan is almost the same as some of the most toxic chemicals on earth: dioxins, PCB's, and Agent Orange. Its manufacturing process may produce dioxin, a powerful hormone-disrupting chemical with toxic effects in the parts per trillion (one drop in 300 Olympic-sized swimming pools!)." If you use any products containing triclosan, my advice to you is to stop using them immediately and throw them away. The stuff is THAT dangerous. - from Dr. Christine H. Farlow
GVP Formula 433 kills 99% of germs.
Is water pollution really a problem?
Did you know that 40% of American rivers and 46% of America's lakes are too polluted for fishing, swimming, or aquatic life? In any given year, about 25% of the beaches in the USA are under advisories or are closed at least one time because of water pollution. There is a dead zone, where nothing is alive, in the Gulf of Mexico at the mouth of the Mississippi River the size of Massachusetts. We can help reverse this trend by using green products, including GVP Formula 433
A plastic milk jug takes 1 million years to decompose.
Americans use 2.5 million plastic bottles every HOUR.
Plastic bags and other plastic garbage thrown into the ocean kill as many as 1 million sea creatures every year.
Today, Americans generate 10.5 million tons of plastic waste a year but recycle only 1 or 2 % of it.
An estimated 14 billion pounds of trash, much of it plastic is dumped in the world's oceans every year.
The worldwide fishing industry dumps an estimated 150,000 tons of plastic into the ocean each year, including packaging, plastic nets, lines, and buoys.
Every year we make enough plastic film to shrink-wrap the state of Texas.
Nearly every piece of plastic EVER made still exists today.
With GVP Formula 433 you reuse the plastic spray bottles over and over, greatly reducing the amount of plastic in our landfills.
Now there is no need to expose ourselves and our families to highly toxic chemicals. GVP Formula 433 is totally non toxic, will save you a lot of money, is an amazingly effective cleaner, and is totally eco friendly. For a healthy, happy family use GVP Formula 433
To see the complete user guide with complete cleaning directions and hundreds of suggested uses click below
Posted by T.K. on Feb 26th 2013
So far I am quite pleased with this product. Cleans very well and makes me feel better, it's safe!!!
Posted by Gail H. on Nov 27th 2012
I have only been using this for a short time, but am favorably impressed so far. It is definitely superior to Ecover dishwashing liquid.
Posted by Amanda on Sep 6th 2012
I was skeptical with this GVP stuff, but have been putting it to the test as a household cleaner (even on tile), laundry stain treatment (bye bye blueberry stains), and body care such as shampoo and body wash (including my pimple ridden face) and have not been disappointed with any of its uses. I will be purchasing the bigger size soon!
Posted by Lenore on Jun 24th 2012
Just wanted to tell you we've been using the GVP 433 and soap nuts for a couple of weeks now and love them! I had been worried about using "regular" soap and shampoo on my 4 yr. old because even the so called baby soaps have ingredients I can't pronounce. We use the 433 formula for soap and shampoo and I make soap nut liquid as a conditioner for our hair and it works great! I haven't used softener for years to save money, now I have it with the soap nuts and love it! Our clothes are soft and smell fresh. The only thing I will do differently on the next order is get the bigger sizes!