EaCo Chem Cleansol BC
EaCo Chem Cleansol BC
About the EaCo Chem Cleansol BC
Fasten your seatbelts because Cleansol BC from EaCo Chem is about to make your workflow fly by.
This oxidation and soil remover is ideal for almost all surfaces around the home and in commercial settings. It is biodegradable, designed to handle virtually any job without scrubbing, and can bring life back into molding, siding, decks, gutters, concrete, and awnings. Have oxidized paint on metal siding? Don't sweat it - you'll be able to clean this with no problem, without even needing a brush. The alkaline nature of this product helps neutralize acid-based detergents such as EaCo Chem NMD 80 and EaCo Chem OneRestore, so don't be hesitant to utilize other EaCo Chem chemicals to improve the quality of the job. Cleansol BC is great for interior plant clean-up to remove stains without causing any damage.
EaCo Chem Cleansol is not suitable, however, in excessively hot or cold temperatures. It is best to use it between 40° F and 90° F.
Wearing goggles and chemical-resistant gloves when handling this product will protect your eyes and skin from possible irritation. Do not wear contact lenses while using this product. If it gets on your clothes, wash them before re-wearing them.
Stun your customers with the multi-faceted cleaning power of EaCo Chem Cleansol BC!
- Deep-cleans virtually any surface without scrubbing
- Fast rinsing, spot-free drying
- Safe on paint and glass
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Questions & Answers
Have a Question?
Can this Clensol bc be used on brass and copper?
Hello, thanks for reaching out! Unfortunately Cleansol BC is not recommended for any unpainted metal surfaces. You can see more product specs HERE
What dilution rate should I use for oxidation removal on a metal roof?
For oxidation the dilution varies based on severity. 10:1 - 20:1 is an acceptable ratio of water to product. Always test a small area before full application.
What is the dilution rate
First dilute 4:1 (water:product) and it is ready to use. Take this solution and dilute further down to 10 water : 1 Mixed solution for very soiled areas, and 20:1 for normal cleaning. Undiluted for gutters and downspouts.
should this product be used before or after a bleach softwash or pressure wash on vinyl siding?
This product is designed to be the only chemical used, always test a small section before full application. We DO NOT recommend pairing with bleach. Please see the SDS form for this product.
Can you use this product on painted log cabins to remove the dirt buildups on the exterior without harming the paint?
I see that it must not be used on unpainted metal surfaces. Is it okay to use on factory color steel siding that hasn't been painted?
Whenever using a new product on a new surface, we recomend testing a small area for desired results. Please refer to the SDS sheet.
Can you down stream it?
Yes you can, but just be careful with the material you're using it on. EaCo Chem Cleansol BC mustn't be used on unpainted metal surfaces.
I have an orange film on vinyl clad windows and vinyl fencing. How can I remove this?
Hi Charles, try taking the EaCo Chem Cleansol BC to it by:
1. Diluting the product 4:1 (water to product) first to make it ready to use
2. Do NOT add bleach
3. Apply two quick applications without rinsing to treat it with a powered, low-pressurized system.
4. Always rinse adequately with water after.
Make sure you wear proper PPE to protect yourself from the chemical.
For more details, please see this website for the Product Specs and the Cleansol BC SDS: