(THIS PRODUCT REPLACES REJUVENATA)
Stain Proof is a powerful, concentrated cleaner recommended by The Marble Man for regular and heavy duty cleaning of indoor natural and engineered stone benchtops and floor tiles. It can be used daily and will leave surfaces looking fresh, sparkling and streak free.
Contains 3 different, natural, active enzymes that remove in-ground dirt and stains caused by food, liquids, oil, grease, mould and other organic substances; contains a small amount of penetrating sealer which tops up protection every time it is used; No rinsing with water required as this product acts as a rinsing product.
Polished and unpolished natural stone benchtops and floors such as granite, limestone, marble, slate and travertine; engineered stone surfaces such as Caesarstone, Essastone, Quantum Quartz, Silestone, Smartstone and Hanstone; porcelain, ceramic, terracotta tiles; cement pavers; masonry; grout; vinyl
Do not allow product to come into contact with stained, oiled or coated wood.
- Always test a small, inconspicuous area first to determine suitability and desired results
- Using too much product will leave a residue which may need to be rinsed
- Imperfections and streaks are more noticeable on high gloss surfaces therefore benchtops and floors must be dried with a clean towel to achieve a mirror finish
- Professional cleaning before using Stain Proof for the first time is recommended to prepare the stone surface for effective regular cleaning
Read entire label before use and shake bottle well
Step 1 Wipe benchtop to remove excess food, oil, dust or liquid
Step 2 Mix 1 capful of Stain Proof with 40 capfuls of water in a spray bottle
Step 3 Spray onto the benchtop (approx. 1 spray per ½ metre2. Too much product will cause streaking)
Step 4 Wipe the surface dry with a paper towel. DO NOT USE scourers or wet sponges
Step 1 Sweep or vacuum floors to remove any loose dirt, dust and debris
Step 2 Mix 100mls of Stain Proof in half a bucket of warm water (approx. 4 litres)
Step 3 Use a damp, microfibre mop to clean the floor with the solution in the bucket (squeeze out excess liquid first. A damp rather than wet mop will leave fewer streaks)