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FacadeClean Strong

Facadeclean Strong is an acid cleaner based on ammonium difluoride, applicable on extremely polluted mineral surfaces.

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APPLICATION

Facadeclean Strong is a liquid acid facade-cleaner based on hydrofluoric acid (HF) and phosphoric acid. FACADECLEAN STRONG has a very powerful efficiency and is applicable on the most extreme soiled mineral surfaces. FACADECLEAN STRONG effectively removes common facade contaminations.

CHARACTERISTICS

  • Biodegradable
  • Suitable for practically all lime-free stones and surfaces
  • Easy application
  • Very thorough and efficient cleaning that removes all types of facade contaminations

PACKAGING

10 L

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Dilute Facadeclean Strong 1:5 to 1:20 with water, depending on the contamination of the surface.
  2. Apply Facadeclean Strong with a soft brush or low pressure spray.
  3. Let the product sit 10 to 60 minutes on the surface. Keep the surface saturated during treatment and make sure the product does not dry out.
  4. Rinse and clean the surface with high pressure spray. Use between 50 and 200 bar of pressure, this depends on the surface. Use cold or warm water with a maximum temperature of 50 °C.
  5. Repeat the procedure if necessary.

APPLICATION CONDITIONS

Facadeclean Strong can be used in all weather conditions. Low temperatures can slow the activity. Do not apply on hot surfaces or in full sun.

THEORETICAL CONSUMPTION

Usage 4 - 8 m2/l. Usage is strongly dependent on the porosity of the surface and the nature and degree of the pollution.

STORAGE AND STABILITY

In original unopened packaging at least 24 months sustainable. Store in a ventilated, cool frost-free place.

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

Wear suitable protective gloves, protective clothes, goggles and face protection. This product is corrosive for the skin and eyes. For more
information consult the safety data sheet.

Consumption is 5-15 m2/L. Consumption greatly depends on the nature and degree of soiling and porosity of the surface.