Finalit No. 9 Lime and Cement Bloom Remover (acidic)

  • Large-scale removal of lime efflorescence. 
  • Removes lime and cement residues. Mortar and grouting residues. 
  • Lime, salt and gypsum efflorescence. 
  • Initial cleaner for cotto and fine stoneware. 
  • Extremely powerful basic cleaner. 

Can be diluted up to 1:20 with water depending on the degree of soiling. 1 litre is sufficient for 80 m².

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Short video Finalit No. 9 Lime and Cement Bloom Remover

ATTENTION! Remove any coatings beforehand using Finalit No. 5 Coating Remover!
Moisten the surfaces with water before working and, where possible, apply from the bottom to the top!


Application areas:

  • Large-scale removal of lime efflorescence 
  • Removes lime and cement residues 
  • Mortar and grouting residues 
  • Specialist for lime, salt and gypsum efflorescence 
  • Does not damage fine stoneware with metallic surfaces

Suitable for all natural and artificial stones, except polished soft stone!

ATTENTION! Not suitable for polished softstone (e.g. marble, limestone)!
You need to make your own tests.

  • Can be diluted up to 1:20 with water depending on the degree of soiling
  • 1 l is sufficient for 80 m² 
  • Attention! Roughen up closed layers of lime with a coarse brush or sandpaper 
  • Using a brush or paint brush, apply diluted and rub in with a brush 
  • Exposure time is approx. 5 - 60 minutes, then brush off the product with a coarse brush 
  • Then thoroughly wash off with water 
  • Apply Finalit No.1 diluted 1:20 with water for neutralising 
  • Allow to act for about 5 – 10 minutes 
  • Then thoroughly rinse with water 

Suitable for all natural and artificial stones, except polished soft stone!

ATTENTION! Not suitable for polished softstone (e.g. marble, limestone)!
You need to make your own tests.

  • Especially suitable for basic cleaning of fine stoneware and natural terracotta. 
  • Aluminium oxide (white pattern on the rear side; release agent so that the tile does not stick to the conveyor belt when burning at approx. 1.100°C!