A powerful highly concentrated cleaning and de-greasing fluid for cleaning of parts and flooring prior to painting. Can be used with a mop or power cleaner. Suitable as a general purpose cleaning fluid for professional use only. Ideal for engineering and plant cleaning. Can be used for the removal of grease and oils from floors and walls prior to painting. To be let down with water prior to use. Refer to Technical Information Sheet for full instructions.
Removes grease and oils from surfaces
Powerful highly concentrated cleaning and de-greasing fluid
Compliance: Complies with the requirements of the EU Detergents Regulations 2005 – 2004/648/EC. This requires all surfactants to break down both quickly and completely into harmless material such as CO2 and water.
Please refer to Material Safety Data Sheet and Technical Information Sheet prior to the use of this product. See download tab.
Coverage: Approximately 5m² per 1. Coverage can be affected by such variables as type and condition of substrate, type of application equipment and individual method of application.
Directions for Use:
Sweep or vacuum off surface dust and other debris prior to use of this product. For heavy layers of grease or fats scrape off the contaminant.
Let the cleaning fluid down prior to use as it is supplied in a concentrated form:
For heavy duty removal of fats, grease and oils use 1 part to 10 parts hot water (1 capful to 0.14 litres)
For pressure washing use 1 part to 50 parts water either or hot or cold (7 capfuls to 5 litres)
For light duty cleaning use as 1 part to 100 parts water (7 capfuls to 10 litres)
For the cleaning of aluminium always dilute as 1 part to 10 parts water
Repeat washing until the desired surface cleanliness is achieved.
When finished rinse off the surface with clean water to neutralise the cleaning fluid and ensure the surface dries fully prior to painting. A failure to rinse off may affect the adhesion of paint to the substrate.
Concrete – surface laitance can occur on concrete and will not be removed by this type of cleaner. Surface laitance is usually observed on new concrete and previously untreated older concrete. To test it, rub the surface of the concrete with a coin and if a white powder is easily removed it is likely that surface laitance is present. To remove surface laitance we recommend the use of Firwood 2709 - Concrete etching fluid.
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