Paver Armor Pro
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Rust, efflorescence, and mold and mildew stains can ruin the beauty of natural hardscapes. Worse, these stains often require heavy solvents to remove. Two new water-based cleaners from the DuPont Paver Armor Pro line of hardscapes products are specially formulated to make these cleaning jobs easier.
Paver Armor Pro Ultra Strength Efflorescence & Rust Remover’s maximum strength acidic formula cleans and removes efflorescence salts, rust, hard water deposits, grout haze, and cement residue to help pavers and masonry surfaces look new longer. This acidic cleaner can be used to remove efflorescence before sealing or re-sealing, and can be used for cleaning masonry surfaces including walkways, slabs, patios, and retaining walls. The formula is low odor, non-flammable, and does not contain muriatic acid. Paver Armor Pro Ultra Strength Efflorescence & Rust Remover is concentrated and available in quart and gallon sizes. (Product is not suitable for dyed or red pavers as it will cause discoloration.)
Paver Armor Pro Ultra Strength Mold, Mildew & Algae Stain Remover cleans and removes mold, mildew and algae stains without scratching surfaces. The water-based formula will not degrade pavers or other masonry surfaces and can be used on driveways, walkways and patios. Just apply, scrub if needed, and follow with a water rinse. Paver Armor Pro Ultra Strength Mold, Mildew & Algae Stain Remover is ready-to-use in a 24-ounce spray bottle or gallon size.
DuPont Paver Armor Pro, from the makers of DuPont StoneTech Professional, is an advanced line of outdoor after-care products for masonry contractors. With three product categories – Color Enriching Sealers, Natural Look Sealers, and Cleaners – DuPont Paver Armor Pro makes it easier to choose the right product for every commercial or residential hardscape job.
Originally published in Masonry magazine.
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