Does Benz Lightning Cleanze produce hydrochloric acid on render? (video how-to)
We've noticed a lot of misunderstanding generally, and misinformation actually published on the Internet, about the effect of softwashing chemicals.
What happens and what does not happen when we apply softwash chemicals to a surface is vitally important for every contractor to know, particularly when softwashing the relatively delicate surface of a rendered wall.
So here at Benz Softwash we do our best to research into the facts, truth, and reality of the chemical processes involved in softwashing. We want our customers to have the best possible understanding of our softwash products, so they can have total confidence in using them on their customer's properties.
Watch this short video in which Ben destroys the myths surrounding the production of hydrochloric acid when Benz Lightning Cleanze is applied to a rendered wall.
The video refers to the old name of Lightning Cleanze (was "Blackwash")
We hope this information is helpful and inspires you to succeed in softwashing,
Ben, Leo & Fiona
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