Simix: Real Sustainability, Real Savings

Simix is Safer for the Environment

Every building supervisor, facility manager and janitor knows that acrylic floor finish has to be constantly stripped and reapplied.  But with Simix, you strip one last night and then you never strip again. Once you eliminate stripping, you have eliminated a major pollution source.

The ingredients in Simix Ceramic Floor Coating are safer for the environment than the chemicals in strippers and acrylic floor finish.

Simix Multi-Surface Cleaner / Degreaser / Sanitizer is also safer for the environment when it comes to roof, driveway and patio cleaning. Most companies use chlorine bleach to clean rooftops, which kills plants and endangers animals. Simix Cleaner is safe for plants. 

Simix also reduces VOCs (volatile organic compounds) in the air. VOCs are a threat to human health, and can cause eye, throat and nose irritation; nausea and headaches; and can cause damage to the liver, kidney and central nervous system.

Simix Cuts Down on Waste in Landfills

Every time you use wax and stripper, you send  dozens - or even hundreds - of plastic containers and boxes to the landfill.  But Simix Ceramic Floor Coating and  Simix Multi-Surface Cleaner / Degreaser / Sanitizer last longer and go farther. You will cut down on that waste by more than 90%.

Simix is Safer for the Water Supply

The stripping process sends millions of gallons of chemical pollutants down the drain. There is no way to completely remove those toxins from the water supply. All those stripping chemicals go right back into our lakes and rivers, and then right back into our faucets at home.

Simix Saves Energy

When applied to a rooftop, the titanium dioxide in Simix Ceramic Coating reflects radiant heat and resists dirt buildup. Whiter and cleaner rooftops reflect more heat. When you reflect heat, your building stays cooler naturally, and you use less energy to cool the building.

Simix A/C Ceramic Coating helps air conditioning units run more efficiently. We can cut your costs by 20% or more, extending the life of the unit and helping the environment.​