A low-alkaline agent with a fast-dissolving formula. Removes residues of cleaning agents, care products, waxes and glue. Universal cleaner for cleaning all resilient floors. It removes even the most stubborn dirt from care products and adhesive residues. No labeling according to the CLP regulation. It doesn’t contain nitrilotriacetic acid.
Cleaning of elastic floor coverings, LVT. Due to the low alkalinity of the product, it is especially recommended for linoleum and rubber floor coverings.
Please note our technical recommendations for floors and buildings at www.speedfloor.pl/en/download
HOW TO USE
Cleaning after installing the floor covering: Remove larger dirt with a broom or a vacuum cleaner, and then dilute the Cleaning Primer with water in a ratio of 1: 5 or 1:10 depending on the degree of dirtiness of the floor covering. Spread the obtained solution on the floor using a mop and leave it for 10 minutes, making sure that the surface does not dry out. Scrub the surface using a 150 rpm single disc machine with a suitable pad or the Padmaster Manual Cleaning Kit. Remove the dirt with a wet vacuum cleaner or mop, taking care to rinse with clean water so that the dirt does not dry on the floor.
Thorough cleaning: Remove larger dirt with a broom or a vacuum cleaner, and then dilute the Cleaning Primer with water in a ratio of 1: 5 or 1: 3 depending on the degree of dirtiness of the floor covering. Only use undiluted product in extreme cases. Spread the resulting solution on the floor and leave it for 10-20 minutes. Perform the next steps as for cleaning after installing the floor covering.
Note: To prevent soiling from drying on the floor, cleaning should be carried out in stages (eg 20m²). For delicate substrates (e.g. rubber), before thorough cleaning, it is recommended to perform a test in a hardly visible place to check whether the Cleaning Primer solution does not discolour the floor covering. If so – Cleaning Primer should be diluted 1:10, shortening the cleaning time. It is recommended to ensure good ventilation in the room and use rubber gloves. Avoid contact of the solution with delicate surfaces (e.g. wood, metal, varnished parts).