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202 New Masonry Detergent

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202 New Masonry Detergent is a general purpose new masonry detergent with a combination of organic and inorganic acids, wetting agents and inhibitors for professional use in the final clean up of new masonry.

  • Efficiently cleans off residual mortar, job site soiling, staining and efflorescence
  • Will not discolor or damage masonry surfaces, and is safer and more controllable than raw muriatic acid

FOR MASONRY TYPES: Cleans light colored (tan, pink, glazed) brick, structural tile, exposed aggregate, general masonry surfaces that are not susceptible to metallic staining. For masonry susceptible to vanadium or metallic stains use 202V Vana-Stop™.

SIZES: 1, 5 & 55 gallons

202 New Masonry Detergent Application

    • Thoroughly prewet material to be cleaned
    • Apply with a dense, soft masonry brush or low pressure (40-50 psi) airless sprayer.
    • Suggested Dilution Rates
      for 202 New Masonry Detergent
Project Materials/Condition Dilution Rate is
1 Part Product To:
Concrete and Clay Block 4 parts water
Hard-Burned Pink, Salmon & Tan Brick 6 parts water
Exposed Aggregate Concrete 6 parts water
Structural Tile (Unglazed) 6 parts water
Sandstone, Ohio Bluestone, Other Porous Stone 8 parts water (if metallic stains are present prior to testing or appear afterwards, use 202V Vana-Stop
Specialty Pre-Faced Concrete Block & Tile 8 parts water
Smooth Finished Precast & Cast In Place Concrete 10 parts water
Structural & Ceramic Glazed Tile & Brick 10-12 parts water
Burnished Masonry Use Diedrich 222 Concrete Brick & Burnished Masonry Cleanser
Metallic Stains/Discolorations If metallic stains are present prior to testing or appear afterwards, do not use 200 Lime-Solv – use 202V Vana-Stop
  • Download the Technical Data Sheet for this product (right column) for detailed instructions
  • Typical Coverage Rates: Coverage Based on Dilution (contact us for details)

Technical Data Sheet

Safety Data Sheet

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