Cleaner, a household cleaner used in many parts of the country, is now now available nationwide as a household disinfectant.
The company said it was available in the ACT, New South Wales and Victoria and that customers in the three states would soon be able to get it.
It said customers in Victoria could start ordering it in January.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics said there were more than 20,000 products that could be disinfectant cleaners.
”We are pleased to announce that Cleaner has been rolled out nationwide as an in-home cleaning product to Australian homes and businesses,” Cleaner Australia director David Skelton said.
The cleaner is a mixture of bleach and water that is sprayed into the air to disinfect surfaces and appliances, including carpets, kitchen tables and toilets.
Mr Skeltons said the product had been around for about two years.
”The product is not new and has been available to the public for a few years now,” he said.
”It has been around since the 1950s, so it has been used in other countries including in the United States and Europe.”
Mr Selson said the cleaner was an affordable alternative to the more expensive bleach.
He said the company had started selling its product in NSW on January 1.
It is expected to be available nationally later this year.
The ABC contacted Cleaner for comment and will update this story if we receive a response.
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