If unsightly discolouration or dirt covers the fair-faced concrete, then ILKA®-SBR will help. It can also be used to remove rust and mold oil. The acidic cleaning concentrate removes dirt from exposed concrete indoors and outdoors.
To do this, moisten the surfaces with water, apply ILKA®-SBR with an acid-resistant brush or a suitable spray device, leave on for 15 - 30 minutes and wash off with cold water and a brush or spray off with a high-pressure cleaner - done! That's how easy it is to get a clean facade again.
Biodegradable cleaner for your exposed concrete
The ILKA-SBR fair-faced concrete cleaner is made from plants and is therefore made from renewable raw materials, is biodegradable and has no unpleasant odour. Nevertheless, it is a highly concentrated product and can be used undiluted or diluted with clear water up to a ratio of 1:10 in the case of heavy soiling.
Always read labels and product information before use.
1 liter containers are delivered in bottles, 10 - 30 liter containers in canisters, 120 - 220 liter containers in barrels and 1000 liters in IBCs.
Pre-wet the soiled areas with cold water. Apply ILKA-SBR undiluted or diluted up to 1:10 with an acid-resistant brush or a sprayer, leave on for 15 - 30 minutes. Always work in the shade and not in the blazing sun. Then wash the surface with cold water and a brush. Alternatively, the surface can also be washed with cold water and a high-pressure cleaner up to a maximum of 70 bar. Do not work with a dirt blower nozzle, because
the concrete can be damaged. Before use, it should be tested on a trial area. ILKA-SBR is not suitable for polished or finely ground stone surfaces or acid-sensitive surfaces such as anodized aluminum, paint, zinc, copper, metals.
Hazard class: corrosive
pH value: pure 2
Colour: slightly reddish
Consumption: approx. 170 - 250 g/m²
The containers are to be stored in a dry, closed and cool place. shelf life
at least 24 months. The product is frost resistant.
Disposal according to official regulations! Further information on disposal can be found in the current safety data sheet.
The usual rules for handling chemicals apply: wear protective goggles, acid-proof gloves and protective clothing. In the event of contact with the skin or eyes, rinse the affected areas immediately with plenty of cold water.
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