Tips: For Best Results
For Best Results When Using White-Ox Crystals
Remember to always read entire label before using.
Use a separate container to mix solution .
Add crystals into water and mix until dissolved. Remember warm water dissolves crystals faster.
For light to medium stains: Mix 4 to 5 scoops (8-10 oz.) White-Ox crystals into 1 gallon warm water. For heavier stains: Mix 8 scoops ( 1 lb.) White-Ox into warm or hot water.
|DO NOT APPLY TO BRICK OR PAINT STAINS THAT CONTAIN IRON OXIDE PIGMENTS!|
It is always best to test apply on an inconspicuous area first before continuing.
Apply to surface, rinse with fresh water, let dry. If any hazing or discoloration occur, discontinue use.
After crystals are dissolved , apply liberally using pump up sprayer , deck brush or sponge. Tip: When using pump up type sprayer, make sure White-ox is dissolved well enough to avoid clogging tip with crystals.
Spray well-water rust stains and watch them disappear! Some areas such as vertical surfaces may take several applications. Be patient. Stains will go away.
Rinse all surfaces thoroughly with fresh water. Clean up all equipment with fresh water. Do not leave White-Ox solution in pump up sprayer, it may slowly corrode any metal parts. Flush sprayer out with fresh water.
When using Fast Acting White-Ox Liquid
Please take proper precautions when using this product. Read directions and warning label. We recommend the use of rubber gloves and eye protection.
Use on Painted Surfaces, Stucco, Concrete, Plastic, Fiberglass and More.
Remember to test apply on an inconspicuous area before using.
|DO NOT USE ON GLASS, WINDOWS, BRICK, PORCELAIN, FABRIC OR CLOTH, AUTOMOBILES OR MOBILE HOMES.|
For light / medium rust stains: Dilute 1 part FAWOL to 1 part tap water.
For heavier rust stains: Use undiluted and/or repeat use.
Apply using a chemical resistant sprayer, sponge or roller.
|DO NOT LET SOLUTION DRY ON SURFACES.|
After stains disappear, rinse all surfaces with fresh water.
Flush sprayer and other application materials with fresh water.