Centrecoat R11 Salt Neutralizer Concentrate is a powerful efflorescence remover that does not require neutrilsation after use.
Centrecoat R11 Salt Neutralizer Concentrate is efficient in removing cement, concrete and mineral deposits by de-structuring cement and mineral deposits on all substrates. This product is far less hazardous than citric, hydrochloric and phosphoric acid based products. Formulated as a consequence of increasing demands put on users in terms of safety, compliance, impact on the environment and sustaining treated substrates, unlike traditional acid products. Not classified as corrosive and is biodegradable and totally inert to all surfaces (does not damage glass, metal and plastic, and is noncorrosive).
Capable of removing cement, concrete and mineral deposits on fragile substrates such as metal (including steel and aluminium), glass, rubber and gloss paints, without changing their appearance. Ideal for mineral substrates and does not change the surface porosity.
Always test apply on a small hidden portion of the substrate before applying. Centrecoat R11 Salt Neutralizer Concentrate is a concentrate and requires water to be added as appropriate. Shake the container well before use. Apply using a low pressure hand spray unit or brush. Allow the product act for 5 to 30 minutes (the time required varies depending on the size of the laitance and the thickness of the material deposits being removed). Rinse the entire substrate with a high pressure washer once the material deposits have softened. Otherwise, brush off using a thick bristle broom, and then rinse with water from a hosepipe whilst brushing at the same time. Avoid allowing the product to dry prior to rinsing.
- No neutralisation required
- Over 90% biodegradable
- Risk-free for the user & environment
- Suitable for all surfaces: metal, glass, rubber, paints, etc
- Powerful remover and fast acting
- Non-corrosive; non-irritant & water-borne
- Suitable for floors & walls
- Exterior & interior use
- Easy & quick to use
- Comes as a concentrate. Add water as follows depending on degree of contamination: 1:1 heavy; 1:5 medium; 1:10 light
- Theorectical Coverage: 10 - 20m2 per litre depending on substrate
- Appearance: Pale Yellow
- Available in 1 Litres