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Efflorescence Remover - 350 sq.ft./gal


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This liquid cleaner removes efflorescence from brick, block and masonry surfaces. Efflorescence is the white powdery substance that is a result of sodium/potassium salts pushing out from the interior of the masonry. Efflorescence Remover removes the salts including calcium build up and excessive mortar from brick, stone and a variety of architectural surfaces. After cleaning the surface eliminate the return of efflorescence by applying our Trojan Masonry Sealer. For Exterior Use only.

TYPICAL USES: For industrial, commercial and residential use on brick walls, sidewalks, driveways, buildings, shopping centers and streets.

PRODUCT ADVANTAGES: Economical * Fast and Effective * Non-flammable *Non-toxic * Biodegradable * Non-carcinogenic

COLOR: Yellow

* Solubility in Water: Completely
* Boiling Point: 100C/212F Using test tube method
* Freezing Point: 32F
* Specific Gravity: (H20 1) 1.0 - 1.2 AT 24 C.
* Evaporation Rate: Less than 1 - water
* pH: 1.0
* % Solids: 2%=/- .02
* Viscosity: More than water

Method: Brush, Roll, or Spray
Theoretical Coverage: 350 square feet per gallon

Application Instructions:

Limitations: Apply in good weather when air and surface temperature areabove 45 F. and surface temperature is at least 5 F. above the Dew Point. For optimum application properties, materials should be between 70-90 F. prior to application. Maintain unused material in closed containers in protected storage at 40-90 F out of direct sunlight. This product is considered Corrosive.

1. Always test on surfaces prior to application.
2. Water all surrounding grass and shrubs well before starting application of Efflorescence Remover. Clean all dirt and soil off surface using EnviroClean Degreaser. Apply Efflorescence Remover with a plastic garden pump sprayer.
3. Allow 3-5 minutes for Efflorescence Remover to foam and work to clean the Application Instructions efflorescence. Time depends on the degree of efflorescence and the durability of the surface (This is why Testing is important)
4. Agitate concrete surface using a stiff nylon brush, broom or rotating concrete scrubber and a 3000 psi pressure washer. Professionals applicators can use Zero Tip/turbo nozzle if needed.
5. Power wash away all dirt and remaining Efflorescence Remover and rinse well. Re-apply on any remaining tough spots until all efflorescence is removed. Manufacturer recommends OSHA Compliance chemical gloves, eye protection and rubber boots.
6. Rinse everything with plenty of water. Rinse equipment immediately after use.
7. Apply Trojan Masonry Sealer to seal surface and to help keep future efflorescence from forming
8. Clean-up: Clean all equipment with EnviroClean Degreaser and water.
Safety: Safe storage, handling and use dictate that adequate health and safety precautions be observed with this product. User is specifically directed to consult the current Material safety Data Sheet for this product as well as precautions contained on product labeling. This product is considered Corrosive.

Container Type: 1 Gallon * 5 Gallon Pail * 55 Gallon Drum
Shipping Weight: 9.4 lbs. * 46 lbs. * 496 lbs.
Average Shelf Life: 12 months minimum from date of manufacture when maintained in protected storage. Storage at 40-90 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Model: ENV 40-43
  • FLS

Efflorescence Remover - 350 sq.ft./gal

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