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  • Erase

    Efflorescence Remover

    • Removes efflorescence without the use of harsh acids
    • Hydrochloric & hydrofluoric acid-free
    • Easily rinsed
    • Beautifies and preps surface for sealer process

    Erase will remove efflorescence deposits without the use of harsh acids. It will clean and brighten without discoloring or damaging the surface. Removing efflorescence is a necessary step before applying a sealer. After efflorescence deposits are removed, the sealer will adhere more readily and will penetrate the surface more thoroughly. Erase is safe for use on concrete, brick, pavers, blocks, and other masonry surfaces.

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    • Removes efflorescence without the use of harsh acids
    • Hydrochloric & hydrofluoric acid-free
    • Easily rinsed
    • Beautifies and preps surface for sealer process

    Erase will remove efflorescence deposits without the use of harsh acids. It will clean and brighten without discoloring or damaging the surface. Removing efflorescence is a necessary step before applying a sealer. After efflorescence deposits are removed, the sealer will adhere more readily and will penetrate the surface more thoroughly. Erase is safe for use on concrete, brick, pavers, blocks, and other masonry surfaces.

    Erase Spec Sheet

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    Color

    Blue

    pH

    <2

    Odor

    Odorless

    Physical State

    Liquid

    DOT

    Hazardous

    Dilution

    Concentrate

    Packaging Option

    275 Gallon Tote, 55 Gallon Drum, 5 Gallon Pail, 4×1 Gallon Case

    Wet paver surface with water. Cleans approx. 200 sq. ft. per gallon of product. Use a pump-up sprayer to apply the diluted product on the wet paver surface, brush if necessary. After the area of deposits has been treated allow a short dwell time and rinse with high pressure water. Make sure that all foam and residue has been washed free of the surface. Allow area to dry for 48 hours before applying sealer. Ideal Mixture: 4 parts water to 1 part product to start for most cleaning. For heavier deposits, 3 parts water to 1 part product. Test a smaller area to determine application strength. Repeat this process if there is any efflorescence remaining.