OxyCleanze Professional Rust (oxidation) Removal Gel
OxyCleanze is a versatile new rust (oxidation) removal gel. It removes rust and oxidation stains from lead, painted surfaces, cladding, GRP (Glass Reinforced Plastic), steel, wood and certain renders and masonry.
It's active ingredient is much safer for both humans and the environment than hydrochloric acid (sometimes called "brick acid"), sulphuric acid, or oxalic acid.
Check out the video below which explains what OxyCleanze can do:
You'll find loads of before & after pics, plus more detailed explanations of how you can use OxyCleanze in your soft washing business.
We hope this post has been helpful and wish you great soft washing success,
Ben & Leo
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