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i am getting ready to clean white plastic wall panels in my iba, what ratio with water is recommended?
 

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Depends on how dirty, I often use it at 1:1-4:1. It isn't as effective as an HF based product at the same dilution but I use it quite a bit and like it. I can let my employees use it without worry.
 

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I tried some and wasn't impressed at all. Maybe I didn't use enough or let it dwell enough but it most certainly isn't as effective as Klein Wall
 

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I used to love Kleen Wall from AP Formulators until the new blending company got their hands on the mixture and added HF and not in a small percentage as they are telling customer's it's WAY more!
 
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I tried some and wasn't impressed at all. Maybe I didn't use enough or let it dwell enough but it most certainly isn't as effective as Klein Wall

Yeah, I'd agree that it doesn't work as well as HF based product. It does however, work on some alkaline scale residue better than HF in a side by side comparison. But I won't let all my employees use HF and this stuff is safe for them to use
 

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I use low fume Muratic acid from Home Depot. dilute it 3 to 5 parts with water. Brush or spray it on and let it dwell for a minute then a light scrub and rinse will usually clean about anything and it is much cheaper than anything else I have ever found.
 

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I use low fume Muratic acid from Home Depot. dilute it 3 to 5 parts with water. Brush or spray it on and let it dwell for a minute then a light scrub and rinse will usually clean about anything and it is much cheaper than anything else I have ever found.
Soapy have you used that on extrutech? I seems I remember reading that it can make the plastic brittle.
 
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