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Metso Green Concrete Cleaner (08 MG)

USDA Authorized for cleaning all surfaces in inedible processing areas, non-processing areas, and exterior areas, this concrete cleaner works as both a cleaner and a deodorizer. Metso Green Concrete Cleaner is a high quality concrete cleaner that can be used in a variety of environments including garages, machine shops, service stations, dumpster areas, barns, farms, restaurants, parking lots, and drive up windows. It is a light orange powder that contains pine oil disinfectant and turns green when activated by water. Pine oil is a clear, colorless to light amber, colored liquid, and is produced from the wood of pine trees by extraction or steam distillation. Apply product directly to concrete, allow for dwell time, scrub, and rinse.

Ideal for removing grease, oil, and other soils typically found on concrete.

Metso Green Concrete Cleaner is a ready-to-use cleaner that works as both a cleaner and deodorizer. It has been premixed in exacting proportions during manufacturing, so you never have to measure or mix, or risk using a solution that's too strong to be safe or too weak to be effective. Ready-to-use products allow you to use the exact amount you need, thereby minimizing waste.

Specs:
pH: 11.7 of 1% solution at 20o C
COLOR: Orange Powder
ODOR: Pine

Availability:
25 lbs container
50 lbs container
100 lbs container
Case of 12 (qty) 2.5 lbs jars

MSDS Sheet Available After Purchase
  • Model: 08 MG
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