RockSolid Oil Destroyer is a heavy duty stripper and degreaser designed for concrete floors. It is VOC compliant, easy to use and is low odor. Oil Destroyer breaks down oil, grease, tire marks, stains and more.
RockSolid Oil Destroyer is suitable for use on bare concrete surfaces, including shops and garage floors, patios, restrooms, driveways, carports, patios and more. Do not apply to concrete that has already been stained, sealed or coated.
Features of RockSolid Floors Oil Destroyer
- Easy to use – No mixing required
- Starts working immediately
- Low Odor
- VOC compliant
- Pleasant orange smell
- Breaks down tire dressing
How to Apply RockSolid Floors Oil Destroyer
Proper surface preparation is critical to achieve best results. Remove all dust, waxes, sealers, old adhesive residue, curing compounds, oils, surface hardeners, paints, old flooring and other loose or foreign material prior to the application. For best results, any concrete surface to be treated shall be cured for a minimum of 30 days and free of surface imperfections such as efflorescence. Loose chunks or chips of concrete should be removed. Smooth, steel troweled surfaces shall be roughened using mechanical means such as shot blasting, diamond grinding or water blasting to provide a porous substrate forpenetration.
Apply RockSolid Oil Destroyer to the entire floor. Allow to soak into the surface for 20 minutes. Longer times may be necessary for removal of curing compounds. Work the material in with a stiff broom or floor buffer (swing scrubber). After scrubbing the floor, rinse thoroughly with fresh water. Vacuum or squeegee the entire floor until dry. Re-application may be necessary for extremely dirty or stained floors.
Properties of Rocksolid Floors Oil Destroyer
|Composition||Sodium Metasilicate Pentahydrate|
|Volatile Organic Compounds||<450 g/l|
|Practical Coverage||Covers 150-200 square feet|
|Dry Times at 70-80°
(21-27°C) and 50% RH
|Allow to dry for 24 hours before staining,
sealing or coating
|Shelf Life||24 months|
|Flash Point||>200°F (93°C)|
|Safety Information||For additional information, see MSDS|
|Technical Data Sheet||Click here|