Removing Efflorescence from Tiles & Grout

Suitable for acid resistant surfaces, such as porcelain and some ceramic tiles

Read the entire label before using. Follow surface preparation instructions. The surface must be saturated with water at least one hour prior to acid solution application. Avoid contact with metal.

  1. Scrub surface with a Nylon Bristled Brush or a White Nylon Scrubbing Pad after applying TILELab® Grout Haze Remover or TILELab® Sulfamic Acid Cleaner. Work in small areas only.
  2. Flush with water immediately after brushing surface. Do not allow the solution to set longer than is necessary for brushing to be completed on Portland cement grout, glazed ceramic and unglazed quarry tile or masonry installations.
  3. Wash thoroughly with water as soon as brushing is completed. Do not use repeated acid washings as damage to the surface may result.

To help reduce and slow down the reoccurrence of efflorescence, seal all porous tile, stone & grout using TILELab® SurfaceGard® - Maximum Strength Tile Sealer