Is formula 409 still made

Is formula 409 still made DEFAULT
409 causes cancer
Review By: Moke509 on 3/29/21

(5 out of 5)

Would you recommend this product to a friend?
Unlikely

It has been found that 409 causes cancer limpid, and they company pulled it to avoid lawsuits, this was done in the middle of the night


where has my 409 gone?
Review By: Dirk Diggler on 12/7/20

(5 out of 5)

Would you recommend this product to a friend?
Definitely Yes

until you bring it back I will not buy your other products!


a shame
Review By: gerry on 12/6/20

(5 out of 5)

What a shame that 409 has been discontinued. I felt is was the best on the market..


Missing Formula 409
Review By: Ashley on 11/18/20

(5 out of 5)


Pros: Powerful
Used By: Meticulous Cleaner

Would you recommend this product to a friend?
Definitely Yes

I've been searching high and low for my Formula 409! Scanning store shelves repeatedly thinking I may have overlooked it but alas! to no avail. I used that brand for everything! It was my right arm for cleaning. I carried it from room to room, from kitchen countertops, to refrigerator, microwave, stove. Then my bathroom fixtures to my bedroom door frames and baseboards. The list goes on and on. I need my Formula 409! It was a permanent fixture on my kitchen counter! I'm lost without it! Please, please bring it back Manufacturer.Thank you!


409 cleaner
Review By: Fran on 10/30/20

(5 out of 5)

I need my 409. It's the ONLY cleaner that works..pls reconsider manufacturing it.


Want 409
Review By: Frank C4 on 8/27/20

(5 out of 5)


Pros: Easy to Use, Powerful
Best Uses: Cleaning
Used By: Meticulous Cleaner

This is my favorite cleaner!!!!



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In this manner, what is the active ingredient in 409?

Active Ingredient: Alkyl (C12 40%; C14 50%; C16 10%) Dimethyl Benzyl Ammonium Chloride: - 0.3%. Other Ingredients: - 99.7%.

Also, does Formula 409 have bleach in it? Description. Formula 409 Multi-Surface Cleaner, is the ultimate cleaner, degreaser and disinfectant for your home. This no bleach, non abrasive, all purpose spray cleaner now cleans 40% more per spray, based on lab testing vs.

Subsequently, one may also ask, is 409 a good cleaner?

Formula 409 Multi-Surface Cleaner, is the ultimate cleaner, degreaser and disinfectant for your home. The antibacterial formula quickly cuts through grease and grime and disinfects as you wipe, killing over 99% of germs.

Why is it called Formula 409?

The Formula 409® name is actually a tribute to the tenacity of two young Detroit scientists hell-bent on formulating the greatest grease-cutting, dirt-destroying, bacteria cutting cleaner on the planet. Thing is, creating the ultimate cleaner doesn't just happen on the first try. Formula 409®.

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Old11-14-2020, 08:04 AM
 

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I tried to buy another gallon, but it is not available any more. Another victim of covid.
Internet suggested Chlorox 409, which is definetely not the Good Old 409...
What do I use instead: Mr. Clean Multi-surface?

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Old11-14-2020, 09:01 AM
 

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Ugh. General purpose cleaning products have various mixes of detergents, surfactants, degreasers, germicides, etc. that vary in ways far beyond any discussion here. As someone who was a jobber for a while, and as someone who hired and fired janitorial crews and staff that cleaned theatres and concession stands, I had the "joy" of learning the realities. Much of that knowledge carries over into household products.

As a general rule - whatever you buy cost the company literally pennies to make. A $5 cleaner and a $1 dollar store cleaner may not only cost the same to make, but may have come from the same source manufacturing facility. Price does NOT equal quality.

Mr. Clean Multi-surface may work fine for you. I like that the MSDS shows it has no hazardous chemicals. In essence, it is a butyl alcohol type cleaner that has washing soda in it. TO me, that says it will do a decent job for most common cleaning problems that haven't set in. Many cleaners are not as safe - including "natural" or "organic" ones.

https://www.pg.com/productsafety/sds...T)_(SPRAY).pdf

I use a dollar store brand called LA's Awesome Orange, that IMO is a little stronger. It has orange oils - which you know, if you have ever looked up what is in orange peels, is a witches brew of chemicals. It is considered safe, but I avoid breathing the stuff by spraying and walking away for a minute before cleaning. I like it because it is cheap and effective. Any of the orangene or limonene containing products have the potential to soften or damage plastics - be aware.

http://sds.chemtel.net/webclients/sa...01-10-2011.pdf

Some common products have a reputation for being reliable performers in the trade. Windex is one, spray cans of Misty glass cleaner another (almost impossible to find out side of some janitorial suppliers, but an excellent degreaser), plain old chlorine bleach, unscented Tide laundry detergent, Amway's LOC, Lye-based oven cleaners like Easy-Off, Goop hand cleaner.

Those basics, given time to work and a little elbow grease, will get you out of 99% of cleaning problems.

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Old11-14-2020, 10:38 AM
 

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Because the world is finally ready for Formula 410.

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Old11-14-2020, 12:13 PM
 

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So Formula 409 is a Clorox brand. You can go to their website and find a retailer or get it from Amazon.

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There is still a shortage of assorted cleaning products due to covid hoarding. I can't get the citrus cleaner that I like and the cleaning products shelves at the stores still have large gaps.

Way back at the beginning of this hoarding issue I bought a bottle of Great Value lemon scent all purpose cleaner, and it works quite well. I spray, let it sit for a minute or two, and wipe up. That how I use the more expensive stuff, too.

So, I can recomend it as a substitute for the more expensive cleaners.

I like 409 but if it is all sold out, it's sold out. All we can do is to use something else until it comes available again.

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Old11-15-2020, 06:31 AM
 

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So Formula 409 is a Clorox brand. You can go to their website and find a retailer or get it from Amazon.

I thought so. Then I started to read "fine print". Chlorox bought the brand, and changed the content: chlorine instead of ammonia. I do not want to use chlorine for obvious reasons.
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Old11-15-2020, 08:15 AM
 

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Something with D-limonene in it would be a good replacement. Since the 80's biodegradable degreasers have been developed to replace butyl based degreasers. Clorox owns a lot of products just for their names but the formulations are common across the industry. The cleaning industry is going with more one step products that can disinfect, degrease and still have lots of detergency. Dawn dishwashing detergent is also a good degreaser.

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Old11-15-2020, 11:14 AM
 

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So Formula 409 is a Clorox brand. You can go to their website and find a retailer or get it from Amazon.

I've been looking for it since April or so because I was running out. I found some Lysol degreaser and bought it, but I prefer 409. You might also look for Fantastik if you can find it.

None of the retailers mentioned on the 409 and Clorax sites has or have had it available for months. I did just check Amazon again. It might ship at the end of the month.
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Old11-15-2020, 01:48 PM
 

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I thought so. Then I started to read "fine print". Chlorox bought the brand, and changed the content: chlorine instead of ammonia. I do not want to use chlorine for obvious reasons.

It's been a Clorox brand since 1969. If there was a recent change to chlorine, it's because that ingredient kills germs whereas ammonia does not. Right now, a cleaner without the ability to disinfected won't sell.

BTW, Clorox did stop producing 409 for a little while so it could concentrate it resources on manufacturing disinfectants. I'm guessing that reformulation of 409 was also a result of that.

Curious mind - why don't you want to use chlorine?
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Old11-15-2020, 02:37 PM
 

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[quote=robr2;59686802]It's been a Clorox brand since 1969. If there was a recent change to chlorine, it's because that ingredient kills germs whereas ammonia does not. Right now, a cleaner without the ability to disinfected won't sell.

BTW, Clorox did stop producing 409 for a little while so it could concentrate it resources on manufacturing disinfectants. I'm guessing that reformulation of 409 was also a result of that.

Curious mind - why don't you want to use chlorine?[/QU

Chlorine has been used as a weapon during WWII.

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