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Orange Contractors’ Solvent Removes Caulk Seal from Ceramic

Orange-Sol —  May 27, 2016

There comes a time in every bathtub and showers life when the caulk seal needs to be replaced. After years of use, the caulk seal wears down, becomes stained or grimy, and simply looks gross. But let’s be honest, most people don’t enjoy the task of cleaning; especially when it is something that could be as miniscule as your tub or shower that you spend 5-15 minutes in per day. Our orange Contractors’ Solvent removes caulk and minimizes your work time on this project.

Simple is better and easier is quicker; these are two things people look for when cleaning is part of their hectic lifestyle. Harmful chemicals are also something people pay attention to when looking for cleaning products, as our world has become more aware of the affects our actions have on our environment.

De-Solv-it Contractors Solvent is a quick and easy, orange powered solvent that is safe on skin, hair, and clothing, as well as being eco-friendly and biodegradable; the main cleaning ingredient is derived from plants. Because the citrus-based remover is mom-approved, safe and natural, there’s no need to look like you belong in the lab with safety goggles and protective gloves while cleaning. The product is safe to apply in small-enclosed areas because there are no headaches causing fumes associated with the specialty cleaner.

To remove the caulk water seal, which can seem like an impossible challenge, use the citrus-based remover. Spray De-Solv-it Contractors Solvent and let sit for 5-15 minutes. Be sure the surface is dry before applying and keep the surface most until the caulk bond either lifts or gets mushy. It may take up to an hour to remove this tough challenge, but it is well worth it due to the low effort once the bond breaks. After sitting, peel, scrape, or wipe away the seal and solvent, and then rinse with a mild soap and water and let dry before reapplying caulk again.

The orange powered solvent has many other uses in the bathtub/ shower as well, including but not limited to: grime and soap scum.

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