Bathroom Acid: The most common acid is sulphuric acid (H2SO4) used for bathroom. This acid is used to remove dirt and grime. Being acid means that it measures less than seven on the pH scale.

Carpet Shampoo: Carpet shampoo is used to remove dirt from carpets. The shampoo creates foam due to which all dirt comes to the surface. Finally with the help of water foam is removed hence the dirt.

Computer Cleaner: With a soft cloth (a microfiber cloth is recommended) and cleaning liquid the scrubbing becomes more effective. Be careful while going around ports and finally use dry cloth to clean.

Dishwashing Soap / Liquid: Dishwashing soap/liquid is used for removing food from used dishes. The soap is normally highly-foaming mixture of surfactants with low skin irritation.

Disinfectant Fluid: Disinfectants are regulated depending on the intended purpose of products in a variety of ways in Australia. The instructions for use can be found on labels or separate leaflets.

Fabric Softener: Fabric softeners electrically charge the fabrics with the help of a chemical compound that causes the fabric threads to stand up from the bottom of the surface which gives a soft and fluffier texture.

Hand Soap / Liquid: Hand Soap is a salt of a fatty acid used in washing hand in different occasions. Soapy surfactants help in removing dirt and sweat.

Air Freshener: An air freshener masks or removes unpleasant room odors. These products use fragrance and other odor repellants into the air to provide a pleasant sensory experience.

Stain Remover: Stain removers typically remove a mark or spot left on a surface like a fabric left by an another substance. A solvent or detergents are generally used as stain remover.

Wood Polish Liquid: Wood polish liquid is generally used to polish the woods, especially furnitures, cupboards, to restore and give a shining touch to the old wood items.