New residue remover using ‘acid-replacement technology’ joins LTP range

LTP has launched a new cement, grout and salt residue remover. The new product is said to replace conventional acids normally used to remove cement and grout residues and can be used on all types of tile and natural stone surfaces, except those with a polished finish. This reportedly means it can be safely applied to unpolished acid-sensitive surfaces, including limestone and travertine. As well as removing new and existing building residues, the new treatment also disperses rising salt residues caused by issues including substrate moisture and spot fixing.

Developed and manufactured in the UK, the new residue remover can be used indoors and outside on porcelain, glazed ceramics, quarry tiles and terracotta, slate, brick, sandstone, granite and unpolished natural stone. A diluted application removes mild residue within 30 minutes, whilst a neat application and agitation gives instant results. Deposits are then removed and surfaces rinsed with clean water.

The new treatment forms part of LTP’s ‘clean-seal-maintain’ range. It’s available in 1l and 5l cartons and gives coverage of approx. 5-25m2 per litre.