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ENVOSTONE Stone Renovator and Cleaner
ENVOSTONE Stone Renovator and Cleaner is a super strength cleaner and lime scale remover developed from natural organic acids and special soaps- that remove even the deepest stains, dirt, moss algae build-up, traffic film, soot, rust, charcoal, oil and grease from any stone, marble, granite or concrete.
ENVOSTONE can be appled with a power washer, spray jet or even a hard brush. Unlike the harmful products currently used, our products are user-friendly, pet safe and will not harm the environment or the item being cleaned.
ENVOSTONE has been used on ancient headstones, fragile monuments and old buildings without causing any damage or harm whatsover.
ENVOSTONE has been deveolped specifically for the cleaning and renovating of stone and concrete animal holding areas. Stone renovator removes even the deepest grime, it lifts faecal matter and dirt, removes undigested defecated food, moss and algae build-up, oils and grease from the surface of concrete, masonry, tiles and ceramic flooring.
ENVOSTONE has a unique anti-fungal and anti-bacterial formulation that deter mildew and fungal deposits.
ENVOSTONE has a unique ant-fungal and anti-bacterial formulation that deter mildew and fungal deposits.
Application and directions:
Once diluted, apply a small amount directly to the surface, agitate for a few moments and rinse off with clean water. For large areas including walls, floors and vertical surfaces apply to a bucket and mop or brush the product directly on to the surface, wait for a few moments and then rinse. The product can be applied via a pressure washer or pump action spray. Patch test ancient or historic stone first.
Proper dosage saves cost and minimises environmental impact.
Light cleaning 1:50 - Dilute 1 part concentrate to up to 50 parts water.
General cleaning 1:25 - Dilute 1 part concentrate to up to 25 parts water.
Heavy cleaning 1:10 - Dilute 1 part concentrate to up to 10 parts water.
5 Litre concentrate
2.5 Litre in Maintenance Pack
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