- Effectively removes deep-set oil and grease stains
- Safe, non-acidic, abrasive cleaning powder
- Excellent cleaning additive
For use on:
All natural stone (such as granite, limestone, marble, slate, and travertine), porcelain, quarry, Saltillo, terra-cotta, cement pavers, masonry surfaces, and other porous tile and grout surfaces.
- Do not allow the product to come in contact with any non-recommended surface
- Light abrasive action or high RPMs on the surface of some marbles may dull the high-polished finish
Application of Product:
USE CHEMICAL-RESISTANT GLOVES, such as nitrile, when handling products.
FOR REMOVING DEEP-SET OIL AND GREASE STAINS: Read the entire label before using. Mix Poultice Stain Remover powder with water to form a thick, pliable paste. The quantity of Poultice Stain Remover needed will depend on the size of the stain. Apply a 1/4″ (6 mm) thick layer of paste directly over the stain with at least a 1″ (25 mm) overlap beyond the edge of the stain. Cover with plastic or wax paper. Poke a few very small holes in the plastic cover to allow for minimum air exposure. Allow the paste to stand on the stain for 24 to 48 hours. Remove Poultice Stain Remover with a plastic spatula or plastic putty knife and wash off the residue with clean water. Repeat the procedure if necessary. If the area darkens from absorbed moisture, it should dry completely within 5 to 7 days.
FOR REMOVING SURFACE STAINS AND GROUT RESIDUE: Read the entire label before using. Protect surrounding areas from splattering to minimise cleanup. Pre-wet a manageable area of the surface with water, approximately 10 ft (1 M) and sprinkle Poultice Stain Remover onto the area mixing into a thin slurry. If the surface is vertical, mix the slurry in a container and apply to the pre-wet surface. Agitate by hand or with low RPM (175-350 RPM) buffer using a white nylon scrub pad. Keep the surface wet throughout the buffing process. Remove the Poultice Stain Remover solution with clean towels or a sponge and rinse twice with clean water. A wet/dry vacuum may be used. Rinse with clean water and buff dry with clean towels
Cleaning of equipment:
Clean tools with water before material dries.
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