How to soft wash resin bonded/bound driveways

October 27, 2021

Resin bound bonded driveway


Many resin bound or bonded driveways come with guarantees, and as such it's important not to invalidate them using chemicals that would degrade them.

Fortunately, Benz Bio Cleanze and Lightning Cleanze can be applied to resin bound driveways without damaging the integrity of the resin bond.

We've not experienced, or heard of, any problems with using our products (correctly diluted and applied) on resin bonded/bound surfaces.

Addagrip, who are a leading supplier of resin bound drives, tell us that our products are fine to use to clean their products. They just say, as we do, to treat a small test area first to be absolutely certain and safe. 

Lightning Cleanze is our preferred choice for first treating a resin bound drive. Then use Bio Cleanze for your ongoing “Clean & Maintain” programme. 

Quick tip: It’s far easier for you, and much better for your customers, to put them on a "Clean & Maintain" ongoing maintenance programme and regularly give a quick treatment of Bio Cleanze, than to wait until the surface is filthy again and have to start from scratch by treating again with Lightning Cleanze.

We sincerely wish you great success in your soft washing business,

Ben, Leo, Fiona, Stevie & Anthony

 

Click here to explore the full range of Benz softwash cleaning products

Benz Softwash Bio Cleanze DDAC biocide & Benz Softwash Lightning Cleanze SH sodium hypochlorite biocide

 

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