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Smoke Melt - Remove Heavy Soil Deposits from Wood, Metal & Masonry

Original price $40.50 - Original price $40.50
Original price
$40.50 - $40.50
Current price $40.50

EaCo Chem Smoke Melt - 1 Gallon

Heavy Soil Deposit Removal

Smoke Melt is a highly alkaline cleaning product that will remove heavy soil deposits from metal, wood or masonry at high dilutions. Great care must be taken when applying the product due to its highly active penetrating nature. Smoke Melt will strip latex and enamel paints in a short time. Smoke Melt is good at softening the heavy black smoke on masonry that occurs as a result of fire damage.

For Use On: Wood, metal, and masonry

Use to Remove: Heavy carbon deposits and oil

Product Details

  • Removes heavy carbon deposits
  • Removes both food and petroleum oil staining


Coverage rates will vary from 50 - 200 sq. ft. per gallon depending on the surface porosity, texture and severity of staining.


  • 4:1 - 9:1 for severe smoke damage
  • 15:1 for light smoke damage
  • Use undiluted - 10:1 for brushing application and oil stain removal


Always test prior to beginning full-scale cleaning operations. Pre-testing will determine suitability and effectiveness on each type of surface and stain designated to be cleaned. Pre-testing will also determine dwell times and number of applications required to achieve desired results. Pre-testing will show any potential or adverse reactions to adjacent surfaces. Allow test areas to thoroughly dry before evaluating final appearance and results

Safety Information

Always wear goggles and chemical resistant gloves when handling this product. Read the Safety Data Sheet for additional safety and health hazard information prior to use

Product Specification Sheet
Safety Data Sheet

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