Prochem Ultrapac Renovate A217 5 Ltr
Prochem Ultrapac Renovate A217 5 Ltr is a highly concentrated multi-surface, heavy duty industrial cleaner for use on floors, walls, carpets, hard surfaces, porous surfaces and many other professional and disaster restoration applications. Ultrapac Renovate contains a unique non-caustic, solvent-free formula designed to penetrate and lift carbon, soot, smoke, grease, rubber and deeply ingrained soils.
- Solvent-free heavy-duty restoration cleaner for soot, carbon, grease, smoke & ingrained soil on floors, walls, ceilings, plastics, carpets, metals, safety flooring and sealed wood.
- Removes dry soot, carbon, fire residues, filtration soils and draught marks on carpets, fabrics and other surfaces.
- Highly effective pre-spray on polypropylene carpets.
- Can be used in conjunction with B151 Oxibrite.
- Cationic solvent-free formula “pulls out” soils by neutralising electrical charge.
- Deodorises on application.
- Red liquid with floral fragrance.
- For professional and industrial use only.
- Normal soil: Mix 10 to 20ml A217 per litre of warm water (1:100 to 1:50).
- Heavy soil and restoration: Mix 50ml per litre of warm water (1:20).
- Ceiling cleaning: Add 50ml B151 Oxibrite per 5 litres of A217 solution. (Observe cautions below).
- Pressure washing: Mix 1 part A217 with 4 parts water and meter at desired setting.
- Always pre-test surface in an inconspicuous area before proceeding. Do not use on water sensitive fabrics, unsealed wood, aluminium or other delicate surfaces.
- Apply by sprayer, sponge or floor machine. Allow 2 to 5 minutes contact time for heavy soil, scrub if needed then rinse surface thoroughly with clean water.
- Carpets and fabrics should be extraction rinsed with B109 Fibre & Fabric Rinse.
- For ceilings, apply Ultrapac Renovate / B151 Oxibrite solution by specialised spray equipment and observe all safety precautions. Wear suitable personal protective equipment and cover all sensitive furnishings.
- pH Concentrate: 12
- pH Diluted: 10.5
Manufactured by: Prochem