For the removal of cement residue (efflorescence, limescale) from all acid-resistant stone floor coverings.

Powerful liquid cleanser for the effortless removal of cement films, lime residues and blooming / blistering.

Application areas

For terracotta tiles, clinker bricks, stone tiles, granite and quartzite.


Dilute 1:1 with water. Apply undiluted onto stubborn residues.

Instructions for use

Thoroughly wet the floor to ensure that grouting is sufficiently wet.
Apply the solution. Treat only small sections at a time. Allow to act.
Mechanical or manual scrubbing with a brush increases the cleaning effect and speed.
Remove the soiled solution with a wet vacuum cleaner or cloth.
Rinse thoroughly with plenty of water.
Remove the rinsing water with a wet vacuum cleaner or cloth.

Special advice

Test the acid-resistance and colourfastness of the floor before use:
The surface is not suitable for the treatment if the solution applied to a clean tile causes effervescence or colour changes or affects shine.
Do not use on calcareous stone floors (terrazzo, slate, travertine, Solnhofer, marble).
Do not allow the solution to come into contact with metal.
Rinse solution drops / splashes from metal parts with plenty of water.
Rinse treated surfaces with water until the rinse water is neutral (no longer acid).
Ensure good room ventilation during the use of this acid product.
The manufacturer declines all responsibility for damages from improper product use.

Safety precautions

The product can cause irritation with eye contact or prolonged skin contact.
In case of eye contact, rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice.
Keep out of reach of children.

Technical data

Storage stability: at least 2 years
pH value (concentrated): 0.5
pH value (1% solution): 1.5
Ingredients: inorganic acids, water


Art. No.


Carton à

Pallet à


1l – Bottle

12 x 1l

40 Cartons


10l – Canister


60 Canister

 Article no. refers to the individual container. (Bottle, canister, bucket, can, barrel, cubitainer)


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