Tiling Tool Cleaner

CEMIX® TILING TOOL CLEANER is a non acid alternative for cleaning dried tile adhesive off trowels and other tools. This a 100% biodegradable cleaner. It can be used to remove any cement based tile adhesive. It contains no acid and will not harm painted surfaces, tools, metal surfaces, plastic surfaces, or any type of plants or vegetation. It is easily neutralized and diluted with water. It is fast acting but not instantaneous, so correct application of the liquid to the material is the key to success. A labour - saving product designed to be operator safe and to eliminate hammering, scraping and acid washing of tools and equipment.

NOTE: Pre mixed solution, Acidic in the way a lemon or orange is but dose not contain any acid.

APPLICATION:

CEMIX® TILING TOOL CLEANER is used for cleaning dried tile adhesive off trowels and other tools. This a 100% biodegradable cleaner. It can be used to remove any cement based tile adhesive. It is a labour - saving product designed to be operator safe and to eliminate hammering, scraping and acid washing of tools and equipment.

Apply evenly to the tool to be cleaned. Scrub surface lightly with a nylon bristled brush after applying solutions. Work in small areas only, flush with water immediately after brushing surface.

ADVANTAGES:

  • 100% Biodegradable.
  • Cllean tools without hammering or scraping.
  • Easy to use.
  • Water neutraliased.
  • Non-Acidic.

500 ml

TECHNICAL DATA:

  • APPEARANCE: Green Colour
  • APPLICATION TEMP: 5OC - 30OC
  • DENSITY @ 20OC: 1.07Kg/L
  • ODOUR: Slight Vinegar odour

STORAGE:

CEMIX® TILING TOOL CLEANER can be stored for Twelve (12) months in original, unopened containers when stored in dry conditions between +5OC and +30OC. Keep containers closed in a well ventilated area when not in use. Do not expose to direct sunlight in storage.

PRECAUTION:

Prolonged exposure to paint or tiles may result in surface damage. Always ensure a test area is carried out before doing the entire surface.

SAFETY:

Avoid repeated and prolonged skin contact. Wear safety glasses to minimize the risk of splashes getting into the eyes. Wear plastic or rubber gloves if there is a risk of prolonged or repeated skin contact. Natural ventilation should be adequate under normal conditions of use.

FIRST AID:

Irrigate eyes & skin with plenty of water & seek medical advice immediately. If ingested, rinse mouth with water. Do not induce vomiting.

SPILLS AND LEAKS:

Keep out of sewers & storm water drains & dispose of any leftover material as trade waste in accordance with local authority guidelines.

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