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Cement Remover Gel

A very strong fast-acting cement remover in gel form that removes cement and concrete residue and efflorescence from facades and other vertical surfaces.
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SKU
57658
As low as €22.92
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*Exclusively for business customers

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

CementResidue Remover Gel is a powerful acidic cleaner based on hydrochloric acid and phosphoric acid.
CementResidue Remover Gel effectively removes early white deposits, efflorescence, saltpetre and cement residue.
CementResidue Remover Gel is suitable for the application on vertical surfaces where a long process time is required.

USE

CementResidue Remover Gel is suitable for cleaning acid resistant, mineral surfaces such as brickwork and tiles.

CHARACTERISTICS

• Quick and efficient cleaning
• Friendly on most surfaces
• Leaves no residue

PACKAGING

1, 5 and 10 L.

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

1. Apply CementResidue Remover Gel undiluted with a brush.
2. Let the product sit on the surface for approximately 5 – 60 minutes depending on the degree of contamination. Make sure to keep the surface saturated.
3. Rinse the surface with a high-pressure spray. Depending on the substrate, use between 50 and 200 bar of pressure. Use cold or warm water with a maximum temperature of 50°C.
4. Repeat the procedure if necessary.

APPLICATION CONDITIONS

CementResidue Remover Gel can be used in all dry weather conditions. For indoor use, ventilate the room well.

THEORETICAL CONSUMPTION

Consumption is between 5-15 m2/L. Consumption highly depends on the nature and degree of pollution and the porosity of the surface.

STORAGE AND STABILTY

Can be kept for at least 12 months in original unopened packaging. Store in a ventilated, cool and frost-free place.

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

Causes severe burns and eye damage. Avoid skin and eye contact, wear suitable gloves, protective clothing and safety goggles. If in doubt, always consult the safety data sheet or our R&D department.

Consumption is between 5-15 m2/L. Consumption highly depends on the nature and degree of pollution and the porosity of the surface.