MB-3 Soap Film and Mineral Deposit Remover is a product designed to get rid of unsightly and unsanitary soap film, scum, and hard water deposits effortlessly and without damaging the polished surface of your stone shower stalls. It works also great to clean the inside of that glass shower door from those hard-water deposits! For stubborn soap film build up, and/or hard water deposits try also using MB-26 Stain Scrub. Using MB-3 and MB-26 together will remove the toughest build up from natural stone surfaces as well as shower doors, glass and fixtures.Visit Our Blog For An Easy Guide To Natural Stone Bath And Shower Care
UNIQUE COMBINATION OF SPECIAL NON-ACID CHEMICALS THAT QUICKLY AND
EASILY DISSOLVES AND REMOVES DINGY UN-SANITARY SOAP SCUM AND HARD WATER
MINERAL DEPOSIT FROM SHOWER WALLS, FLOORS, DOORS, WASH BASINS AND BATH
TUBS. DOES EFFORTLESSLY WHAT CANíT BE DONE EVEN BY HARD SCRUBBING WITH
ORDINARY CLEANERS AND ABRASIVES. MB-3 IS HIGHLY EFFECTIVE AND SAFE ON
MOST NATURAL MARBLE GLOSSY SURFACES. BE CERTAIN TO TEST PRODUCT FIRST ON
A SPARE TILE OR INCONSPICUOUS AREA FOR EXTRA CAUTION BEFORE USE.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE:
SHOWER FLOOR, WALLS AND DOORS, WASH BASINS, ETC.
- Dilute MB-3 in a proportion of 1 to 2 with warm water. Liberally
apply with a sponge and allow to stand - without letting the solution
dry - until the soap scum begins breaking up. Scrub slightly with a
scrub brush or plastic scouring pad. Rinse thoroughly. Repeat process if
necessary. Drying is not required. Use rubber gloves to avoid contact
to the skin.
WARNING! CAUSES EYE AND SKIN IRRITATION.
Keep out of reach of children. Avoid contact with eyes, bare skin and clothing. Wash thoroughly after handling.
If irritation persists, call a physician. Flush skin with clear water. If swallowed drink plenty of water and call a physician immediately. In case of contact, immediately flush eyes with clear water for at least 15 minutes.
IN CASE OF EMERGENCY MAKE REFERENCE TO THIS PRODUCTíS MSDS (MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET) AVAILABLE ON LINE @ www.mbstonepro.com.