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Stain Away (06 SA)

We CAN NOT ship this product to California

Remove rust and hard water stains with Stain Away. Specially formulated to quickly remove rust, hard water stains or mineral deposits. It is safe for use on acrylic, porcelain, fiberglass, and metal surfaces, yet always test on a small, concealed area to avoid the possibility of affecting the finish. Apply to cleaning surface, allow dwell time, and wipe away with microfiber cloth or bowl swab. Personal Protective Equipment is required. This product is known for being used to clean water line stains from boat hulls, as well as stains on gutters and porcelain fixtures.

**This product is hazardous material and Personal Protective Equipment is required.**

Stain Away is a ready-to-use rust and stain remover. 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.

This product contains a mixture of other acids and cleaning agents, but for those looking for an Oxalic Acid product, Stain Away has been a popular choice for many.

To remove rust or hard water stains from porcelain, fiberglass and metal: Spray, from bottom up to avoid runs. Then mop, or brush surface to be cleaned, paying special attention to stained areas. Within minutes, stains will begin to disappear. After 10 minutes, thoroughly rinse with water.


Phosphate free.

This item is classified as a Hazardous Material. Additional shipping fees will apply.

Specs:
pH: <1
SPECIFIC GRAVITY: 1.097
COLOR: Clear
ODOR: Acrid


Availability:
4/1 gal (case)
12/1 qt (case)
Pallet of 36 (qty), 4/1 gal. cases (adds 3-5 days)
Pallet of 36 (qty), 12/1 quart cases (adds 3-5 days)

MSDS sheet available after purchase.
  • Model: 06 SA
  • FLS





Stain Away

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