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Unlock Cool, Clean Air:
The Essential AC Coil Cleaning Solution​

AC Coil Cleaner

Tired of sluggish AC and skyrocketing energy bills?

Dirty coils are the culprit!

Ecocare's AC coil cleaner is your fast-acting, eco-friendly solution for enhanced cooling, improved air quality, and lower energy costs. Say goodbye to dust, allergens, and pests with our easy-to-use formula, safe for all AC units.

Unleash the power of clean coils:

  • Boost cooling performance: Enjoy frosty air faster and more efficiently.

  • Slash energy bills: Save money while staying cool all summer long.

  • Breathe easy: Eliminate dust, pollen, and mold for healthier air.

  • Extend AC lifespan: Regular cleaning keeps your AC running smoothly for years.

  • Reduce noise: A clean AC operates quietly, creating a peaceful home.

  • Protect against pests: Say goodbye to unwanted guests attracted to grime.

  • Peace of mind: Know your AC is delivering clean, efficient air.

  • DIY friendly: Easy to use, even for beginners.


AC coil cleaner

  • Safe for all AC units: Split, window, portable, car - AC Coil Cleaner gets the job done without harming delicate metals.

  • Biodegradable formula: Gentle on the environment and tough on grime.

  • Non-toxic and non-corrosive: Safe for your skin and your AC's vital components.

  • Fast-acting: Cuts through grease and dirt effortlessly.

  • Easy to use: Simply spray, rinse, and enjoy!

Five Reasons, Why you should clean AC coils regularly?

Three Indicators That Your Evaporator Coils Are Dirty

The evaporator coil is a critical component of the HVAC system. It transfers heat from your living areas to another location after absorbing it. However, neglected air conditioning maintenance can also have detrimental effects on the entire system, including the evaporator coil. Dirt accumulation within your unit will result in a clogged evaporator coil. This can restrict airflow and decrease the system's efficiency.

Superior Air can assist you in determining whether or not your evaporator coil is dirty if you are uncertain. You need to remain vigilant regarding the following three indicators:


Poor cooling. Regardless of how long the air conditioner has been operating, if your home does not feel cool enough, this is one of the most obvious indications that the evaporator coil is dirty. Its function is to prevent heat from entering your home; a dirty evaporator coil will be less effective at this. This may result in your home remaining warm even after hours of operating the air conditioner. This may cause significant electric bill expenses and potential harm to your HVAC system. Therefore, it is important to regularly clean and maintain your evaporator coil.


Frozen coil. The evaporator coil of an air conditioner may malfunction if it has frozen to the point of operation. This will transpire if the accumulation of dirt impedes the evaporator coil's capacity to absorb heat. After condensation accumulates on the coil, the water will solidify into ice, resulting in its freezing. Over time, the air conditioning system in your home will cease to effectively cool the air. If this occurs, you may be forced to invest in an expensive air conditioner replacement or repair.

Longer AC/ compressor runtimes. By operating in cycles, your air conditioner ensures that the temperature in your home matches the setting on your thermostat. If the evaporator coil is clogged, the cycles will last significantly longer, extending the life of your air conditioner. For example, if the evaporator coil in your air conditioning system becomes clogged with dirt and debris, it will hinder the coil's capacity to absorb heat. As a result, condensation will accumulate on the coil and eventually freeze into ice, causing the air conditioning system to lose its effectiveness in cooling the air. This can lead to longer AC runtimes as the system struggles to reach the desired temperature and may eventually require expensive repairs or replacement.

Ditch the Dust,
Ditch the Drip,
Ditch the Discomfort

Get Eco-Friendly AC Performance You Can Trust

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