Lithofin KF Shower Cabin Cleaner is a special LITHOFIN-Product for every-day cleaning, removing limescale deposits, water stains, soap scum, etc., from shower cabins made of plastic and glass and also baths.
Lithofin KF Shower Cabin Cleaner is a self acting, disinfecting cleaner which effortlessly removes limescale, soap, etc. and leaves bathroom, wetroom and other surfaces hygienically clean.
Lithofin KF Shower Cabin Cleaner is for removing limescale deposits, water stains, soap scum and stubborn dirt from shower cabins made of plastic and glass, from tiles, water tabs, etc. Leaves a pleasant smell and inhibits the formation of new limescale deposits. Keeps surfaces cleaner for longer and facilitates cleaning.
Density: 1,0 g/cm³
Appearance: liquid, clear, yellowish
Directions for Use:
First wet the surface (we recommend using the product after showering), then spray the product on cabin, tiles, taps, etc. Allow the product to work for a few minutes, then rinse it off. In case of stubborn dirt deposits, repeat this procedure and scrub with a sponge.
Please Note: do not use this product on sensitive surfaces such as polished marble, enamel, copper, bronze, nylon, etc. The acids contained in this product can cause etching and hazing on these surfaces. In cases of doubt, always try the product in an inconspicuous area before using. We recommend using MN Easy Clean for natural stone tiles, sinks and counter tops.
Approx. 20 to 30m² per 500ml.
Keep closed, cool and dry. Protect from frost. Can be stored up to 5 years.
The contained surfactants are biologically degradable according to EU-regulations. Lithofin KF Shower Cabin Cleaner does not contain any phosphates. Disposal: diluted product may be added to waste water. Containers are made of environmentally friendly polyetylene (PE). Clean containers can be recycled through collection system.
Contents: acid; non-ionic surfactants (<5%); amphoteric surfactants (<5%); auxilliary agents.
General Safety Information: keep out of the reach of children. Additional Information is listed on the Material Safety Data Sheet. ADR2003: not a dangerous good.