EIFS EFFLORESCENCE REMOVER
Removes Efflorescence from EIFS, Stucco, Brick, Stone, Concrete, and Masonry Block
Contains Hydrochloric Acid
Etches Concrete, Removes Efflorescence Bleeding, and Dissolves Scale and Corrosion
WHAT IS EFFLORESCENCE?
Efflorescence is the deposition of salts on the surface of a wall. It is not uncommon with materials that contain salts, like brick mortar and Portland cement products like stucco and EIFS basecoats. In the case of EIFS or Stucco, the presence of efflorescence is usually in the form of a whitish powder. The presence of efflorescence means there’s water coming from behind, which is not a good thing. It can also mean the EIFS finish is porous and outdoor water takes unbound salts in the basecoat and deposits them on the finish as they dry. Clearly water-in-the-wall can be an indication of leaks and other serious matters, so the cause of the efflorescence needs to be determined as part of the cleaning process. Efflorescence stains tend to go away with time but often owners want them to disappear sooner.
A WORD ABOUT CHEMICALS
Chemicals react differently on various materials. We sugggest you follow the instructions carefully. We also recommend that you select a small inconspicuous area to test the chemicals and confirm the results for satisfaction before applying them to the job.
CHEMICALS CAN NOT BE RETURNED.
Chemicals are PROHIBITED on all International and Domestic Air Shipments.
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