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Keranet is used for cleaning interior or exterior surfaces (including facades) from staining caused by cement, lime, efflorescences, dirt, even greasy, etc.
Some application examples include:
Cleaning cement and lime stains from the surfaces of ceramic tiles and mosaics on walls and floors.
Cleaning off residues of cement-based products used as adhesives or for grouting ceramic surfaces.
Cleaning efflorescence of lime, saltpetre etc. on ceramic surfaces or joints between tiles, concrete, render etc.
Cleaning dirt that has accumulated on the construction site on building materials, such as ceramic tiles, sinks and tanks, anodized aluminium, stainless steel, chromework etc.
Cleaning off slight rust stains.

Keranet is based on a special organic acid with the advantage that it is as aggressive to stains and efflorescence as much stronger acids (muriatic/ hydrochloric, sulphuric etc.)
but, unlike these, does not produce highly dangerous toxic fumes. Correctly used, Keranet do not damage joints between ceramic tiles,
even those grouted with coloured products; on the contrary, they remove efflorescence that sometimes form on their surfaces.

Never use Keranet & Keranet Easy on marble and in general on other calcareous stone or on reconstructed derivatives and on cement-based terrazzo.
Do not use Keranet & Keranet Easy on ceramic tiles or enameled tubs where the glaze is not acid-resistant.
When working with Keranet & Keranet Easy, wear rubber gloves and goggles, and avoid accidental spilling of the product on skin and clothes.
Before use, make sure the surfaces that need cleaning are acid resistant. In doubtful cases, it is recommended to carry out preliminary tests.
Do not leave Keranet & Keranet Easy on the joints for too long and wash with plenty of water to remove any product residue which could provoke color variation.
The contact between Keranet & Keranet Easy and metallic surfaces may cause corrosion.

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