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SANA CEMENT REMOVER is acid based cleaner, degreaser solution designed to remove cement, mortar stains, dirt grease, algae etc., from concrete, brick work, asbestos, terrazzo or other cement floorings.  When used properly it gives excellent results particularly for finishing work or newly built constructions, mortar equipment, brick work and floors of garages, workshops, factories etc., It works well as an etching solution for concrete surface for the preparation to apply epoxy or other floor coating.

Unlike the conventional acid cleaner solution, it contains surfactant with corrosion inhibition agents, so that a safer and faster degreasing and cement removal can be achieved.  The attacking nature of  liquid acid is controlled by incorporation of a suitable organic inhibitor and therefore corrosion attack on metals is reduced.


Remove any loosely adhering cement, oil or grease from the surface prior to application of SANA CEMENT REMOVER.  In case of strong deposites, use direct to the surface by brushing or sponge and agitate to loosen the cement.  Physical abrasion with wire, brush or scraper will speed up cleaning operation.  Flush with large quantities of water and clean.  Do not allow the product to dry on the surface.  For lighter contamination dilute one part of SANA CEMENT REMOVER with one part water and use.  Average coverage :  approximately 4 m2/Litre.


SANA CEMENT REMOVER is a strong acidic solution and may cause burn.  Never allow to contact with skin.  Use protective gloves, goggles etc., during handling.  In case of contact with skin, wash immediately with plenty of water.  If necessary obtain medical attention.  Keep always away from children.  Do not mix with other chemicals.  In case of eye contact, thoroughly wash with clean cold water  and  obtain medical attention.  Harmful, if swallowed, Never store or dilute in metal containers.  Keep away from heat.


25 Ltr Plastic Cans.


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