Azule grout Stain Remover
Azule Grout Stain Remover is an acid-free cleaner, especially developed for lime bound tiles such as cement tiles, to remove e.g. cement and grout residues.
Azule Grout Stain Remover is a lime binder and does not affect the surface of sensitive tiles. Due to its lime-binding function, excess scale on tiles are collected after which it can be easily rinsed off.
Good to know
Azule Grout Stain Remover is used after grouting to safely remove excess grout and adhesive residue from cement tiles. We also recommend using Azule Grout Stain Remover just after gluing, but before grouting, to remove any glue residue and limescale so it doesn’t have a chance to soak into the tiles.
It is also possible to use this product (diluted) as a cleaning replacer for an acidic product, such as Antikal, for using it to clean the shower area (floor, wall, taps and glass) of limescale without affecting the tiles.
How do I use Grout Stain Remover?
Depending on the contamination, you should dilute the Grout Stain Remover with clean tap water in a ratio of 1:10 to 1:2. Up to half a bottle per 10L bucket for heavy pollution. Apply the Grout Stain Remover generously with a sponge and let it soak in for 5 to 10 minutes (do not let it dry!). Then scrub the tiles well with the sponge and wring it out regularly.
Repeat this step several times until all traces of limescale have disappeared. Let the tiles dry for at least 12 hours. 12 hours applies to cement tiles, glazed tiles dry much faster.
Tip: Prevent ugly grout stain
With cement tiles, it is important that the grout stain is completely removed otherwise it will give an unsightly effect later and be visible under the impregnation layer. So clean the tiles as much as necessary. This is usually only visible once the tiles are dry again. Is there still a stain visible? Then clean the tiles again until no stain comes back.
Azule Grout Stain Remover can be used for all types of tiles but has been especially developed for porous natural stone tiles such as cement tiles, Marocca- and marble tiles.