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OneRestore Restoration GEL Gal

Quick Overview

  • Removes dimensional pollution stains
  • Restores soft stone such as bluestone and slate to original color
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Item #: 86-6201  UPC : 647829894764
Original Price: $60.15
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Product Specifications


  • Removes virtually all stains including mineral and metal oxide
  • Gelling increases dwell times when removing heavily stained or crusted surfaces.
  • Reduces liability
  • Cleans multiple substrates
  • Excellent for limestone, sandstone and brick
  • VOC compliant
  • Gelling inhibits initial activity on glass and anodized aluminum but aggressiveness may increase over an extended period.
  • Do not use on polished marble and metallic oxide film used for tinting glass.
  • Not suitable for certain low-fire tiles when using an extended dwell time (always pre-test small area first).
  • Do not allow product to dry on surface, always rinse thoroughly.
  • Not recommended for restoring antique glass, brass, copper or bronze.

Application Instructions 

Pre-wet (do not soak) surfaces prior to applying product. 

Recommended application is with a low pressure sprayer or brush. 

Applying with a brush means less run down. 

Scrubbing with a brush is not required to agitate. 

Spraying product will dramatically reduce application costs and increase square foot coverage by taking advantage of the run down. 

Allow product to dwell on the surface between fifteen minutes up to three hours, depending on the severity of the stain and the porosity of the surface. 


OneRestore Gel will be neutralized by many of the surfaces. The safety of the “Ultimate Urban High Rise” procedure can be achieved with a pre-rinse application of Cleansol BC diluted at 50:1. Craftsmanship determines the appropriate pressures for rinsing.  A thorough rinse job is always recommended, however, our chemistry never requires flooding a wall. 

Using water pressure that marks or damages the surface should be avoided. When in doubt, follow the manufacturers recommended P.S.I. for the substrate on which you are working. Use lower rinse pressures when cleaning sensitive surfaces.