|Wine stains in Marble|
|Oil Stain in Granite|
|Tea Stain on Marble|
Akemi Stone Cleaner
Used for thoroughly removing building dirt. Removes :
. coats of stone polish and wax,
. slight concrete films,
. oil and grease,
. soot and tar,
. the remains of synthetic paints,
on all natural and artificial stone such as marble, travertine, terrazzo, granite, brick and cotto slabs, tiles, fair faced concrete and fine stoneware.
The product is weakly alkaline containing biodegradable tensides (detergents) and solvents and is free from phosphates, acids and lyes (NaOH Sodium Hydroxide) i.e. is it neither acidic nor strongly alkaline. After hardening, the product is harmless to health and is certified food grade by a German testing institute.
How do I clean my stones and tiles?
. Stone Cleaner.
. Safety Glasses
. Scrubbing pad - 3M Scotch Brite or 3M Hand Pads
. Scrubbing brush.
. Sponge for soaking up excess water and dirt.
. Rags or Cotton waste
. Wear the safety equipment.
. Depending on the degree of dirt, dilute the stone cleaner with water in the ratio of 1:1 to 1:500 and apply to the stone or tile surface.
. Allow the cleaner to work for 10-20 minutes.
. For Deep Cleaning, use a scrubbing pad or brush.
. Rinse thoroughly with water and wipe away the excess water and dirt using a wiper and sponge.
We have clean and fresh looking stone.. as good as new!
Consumption: approx. 10-20 m²/liter (undiluted)
Do not apply on materials that are not resistant to solvents. Apply on a small inconspicuous area to test before use.
Akemi Stone Cleaner available in store now @
Shree Venkateshwara Traders
712, Modi Hospital Road, WOC,
Mahalaxmipuram, Bangalore 560086
Ph : 9036092531
email : firstname.lastname@example.org