Key Features and Benefits
An organic complexing agent that de-constructs cementitious compounds.
It contains only environmentally safe materials.
Non-flammable, non-combustible, non-corrosive and not hazardous
Eliminates the need for expensive and damaging hammer and chisel work.
Contains zero VOC
Effectively removes cement deposits on surfaces such as:
Many other pieces of equipment and surfaces
Available from Turing Point Supply in one and five Gallons
Crete Blast Application Instructions
SURFACE PREP: Be sure the area of the concrete to be removed is free of trash and debris. Protect all other areas. Mask off all adjacent surfaces with painter's tape or plastic duct tape. If needed, use a plastic or coated cardboard as a spray shield.
MIXING: Stir well before using. Material may separate during long term storage. Do Not Thin!
COVERAGE RATE: First Coat: Varies upon application
'Coverage rates vary depending upon cement build-up, surface porosity and texture, and application method. Excessive build-up should be avoided.
1. Apply undiluted Crete Blast to dry concrete surfaces (do not wet concrete prior to removal) by spray method to completely wet and saturate the concrete surface. Allow it to penetrate and soften concrete. For heavy deposits, spray heavily not allowing the concrete surface to dry.
2. Repeat spraying it onto the concrete surface for 20-30 minutes until the concrete has completely softened and can be easily removed by water spray.
3. Wash surface and allow to dry completely.
If the concrete to be removed is bonded to small tools, the best method for removal is to pour Crete Blast into a pail and allow tools to soak in it for 20-30 minutes or until the concrete has been softened. Then remove concrete from the tool, wash with water, and allow it to dry.
Please note: This product is not recommended for use to remove a layer of concrete from neither an interior or exterior concrete floor or wall.
PLEASE NOTE: It is always recommended to test the product in a small, inconspicuous area (on the same concrete substrate) for desired results prior to application. Coverage rates may vary for all coatings and substrates depending on porosity, density, texture, etc.