- Water based brick cleaner
- Apply with a brush or low pressure spray
- Salt bleedings, efflorescence, lime scale, ingrained dirt, mortar & cement residue
- Oil, grease, and rust from concrete surfaces & many metals
- Cement from bricklaying tools, cement mixers etc...
A water based brick cleaner which actually outperforms many traditional acid based cleaners. We treated both ends of this old cement stained brick, and as you can see from the close-ups it has been highly effective at removing the staining even down to the substrate pores.
As a brick cleaner, the Kingfisher Eco-Brick Cleaner (Brick Acid Replacement) will never fail to impress. It can be applied very easily, so you can rest assured of outstanding results without the hard work. For more information on how our Eco-Brick Cleaner can help you, don’t hesitate to contact us today!
Used on quarry tile floor
I used this as part of the restoration of a (thick) black and red quarry tile floor. This was relaid from 19th Cent "earth and ashes" onto concrete/bitumen about 30 years ago, but was recently damaged by flooding from a defective freezer which had a "meltdown". I gave the floor an initial clean with soda crystals (alkaline), a domestic floor cleaner (fairly neutral) and then this product before removing the old grout. After regrouting and before sealing I gave it another blitz with this stuff and another round of the domestic cleaner. Came up a charm, and this stuff goes a surprisingly long way.
Reviewed by Peter on
Kingfisher Responded on 16th October
We are glad you found Eco-brick cleaner to be such an excellent product and nice when we have a good honest review thanks. Kingfisher team