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ProTool Purple Magic 55 Gallon

Quick Overview

  • A highly concentrated solution that safely cleans all types of metals
  • Slowly dissolves organic soils and oils
  • Flexible mix ratios to adapt to your specific needs
  • Works great in tandem with a pressure washer

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Item #: 89-26  UPC : 00669893049604  MPN : CHPM55



 Available to Order, Estimated Delivery: Mid July
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Purple Magic 55 Gallon

A highly concentrated solution that safely cleans all types of metals. Mixes with water at various ratios to create an effective cleaner for all types of metals. Slowly dissolves organic soils and oils. The longer it sits, the better it works.

Pressure washer may quicken the cleaning process on porous surfaces like stone, clean and restore architectural
aluminum including anodized and coated aluminum such as Alucobond® and Kynar 500®.

Mix Ratios:
Aluminum: Add 5 oz. to 1 gallon (normal) up to 9 oz. to 1 gallon (heavily soiled)

Stainless Steel, Clear Coated Metals: Add 5 oz. to 1 gallon

Non-Porous Stone: Add 9 oz. to 1 gallon

Limestone, Concrete, Pre-cast, Dryvit: Add 24oz to 1 gallon

Porous Stone w/Black Algae (concrete, granite, honed marble): Add 24 oz. to 1 gallon (normal cleaning) up to 64 oz. to 1 gallon (for Heavy cleaning)

Window Cleaning ? Add 3 oz. to 1 gallon

Fabric Awnings/ Banners: Add 9 oz. to 1 gallon (normal) up to 18 oz. (Heavy Cleaning)

Uncoated Brass/Bronze: not recommended

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Item #:89-21
Regular Price: $91.90