Where Can I Use Pour-N-RestoreŽ
Use Pour-N-RestoreŽ on a variety of concrete or masonry surfaces including cement, exposed aggregate, quarry tile, stone, patio blocks, paving bricks, and colored concrete. Pour-N-RestoreŽ is ideal for use on garage floors, driveways, sidewalks, patios, parking lots, drive-thru's, manufacturing floors, warehouse floors, and other concrete and masonry surfaces.
What Stains Will Pour-N-RestoreŽ Remove?
Pour-N-RestoreŽ will effectively remove a variety of hydrocarbon stains, including stains from motor oil, grease, hydraulic fluid, anti-freeze, brake fluid, transmission fluid, power steering fluid, synthetic oils, food grease from animal fats, cooking oil, tar, citronella oil, and wax.
Pour-N-RestoreŽ Cleaning Tips
Always test a small inconspicuous area before treating a stain with Pour-N-RestoreŽ Oil Stain Remover. This is to test colored or painted surfaces for color fastness, and also to check for compatibility with sealers.
Get greater coverage and accelerate dry time by using the Pour-N-RestoreŽ 1/4-inch v-notch plastic spreader. It is particularly useful in climates that experience cooler temperatures or high humidity.
For best results, use Pour-N-RestoreŽ Oil Stain Remover when the temperature is above 60°F (16°C). At this temperature, Pour-N-Restore will dry in about 5-8 hours. If it is used in cooler temperatures, dry time may be extended significantly and performance may be inhibited.
For best results, provide maximum ventilation. Pour-N-Restore Oil Stain Remover will not dry within 5-8 hours at recommended temperatures if the treated area is poorly ventilated. If you are treating a stain inside a garage or other enclosure, open as many doors and windows as possible. To provide additional ventilation, you can also apply a fan to the treated area to help accelerate the drying time.
Scrub stubborn stains. While we do not recommend scrubbing Pour-N-Restore on the first application, scrubbing may enhance performance if subsequent applications are required. This may be the case with old dry stains, stains that were previously treated with other products, or with heavy stains from materials like tar and wax.
Download Material Safety Data Sheet
RETURN TO TOP