Selden | Selscale | Acid Concrete Cleaner & Descaler | 5 Litre | H006

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Selden Selscale removes cement and plaster splashes - ideal for initial cleaning. It cleans and etches concrete floors, ensures effective 'key' for seal application.

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Why choose Selden Selscale?

Selden Selscale removes cement and plaster splashes - ideal for initial cleaning.

It cleans and etches concrete floors, ensures effective 'key' for seal application.

Selden Selscale removes industrial grime and stains from brick and stone exterior.

It descales and derusts metals prior to painting.

Where can you use Selden Selscale?

Selden Selscale is ideal for cleaning and descaling brick, stone and concrete, quarry tiles etc. and for metal derusting.

How do you use Selden Selscale?

Initial cleaning and concrete etching: Dilute Selscale 1 part to 4 parts water.

Brush or spray.

Allow to penetrate 5 to 10 minutes then rinse.

For stubborn deposits use neat.

Descaling metal: Dilute Selden Selscale 1 part to 4 parts water.

Brush on.

Allow to descale, rinse, allow to dry.

Paint or protect from corrosion immediately.

N.B.1. Do not use on or near linoleum floors, terrazzo, marble, acid sensitive stone, stainless steel, chrome or enamel.

2. Regular use on concrete will cause deterioration and is NOT recommended.

3. Descaled metal should be painted immediately to prevent rusting.

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Weight 2.0000
Country of Manufacture United Kingdom
COSHH No
SDS No
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