C10 – Fungicidal Wash
C10 Fungicidal wash is a water based masonry wash containing carefully selected biocides effective against
a broad range of bacterial, algal, fungal and mould species. It is used as a masonry cleaner and sterilizer to
kill green, black and other organic growths on walls and other masonry,
Brush, Roller or Spray
Concrete ,Brick, stone and renders
0.3 Ltr per M²
5˚c – 25˚c
Less than 95%
Organic growths may indicate consistently damp conditions and substandard direct sunlight. Sources of moisture should be identified and rectified to prevent reoccurrence. Condensation, rising damp, faulty plumbing or guttering, etc. should be considered as a possible source. Remove all loose and flaking material by cleaning the surface with a soft bristle brush. If possible power wash the substrate with a suitable power washer.
Apply C10 Fungicidal wash directly onto the surface using a pressurised knapsack or garden sprayer but can be brushed or roller applied. Ensure the surface is drenched in the wash and has been absorbed into the capillaries of the substrate. C10 Fungicidal wash must be left for a minimum of 48 hrs to take effect and kill the growing moss and unseen spores. Dead growth should be removed by brushing with a steel brush or a suitable power washer.
Do not apply C10 Fungicidal wash in rain or in temperatures below 5°c.
When stored unopened in a dry place at temperatures above 5oC, shelf life is 12 months from date of manufacture.
All equipment must be washed with clean water immediately after use. Waste material should not be emptied into drainage systems.
HEALTH & SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
For further information, please request the material safety data sheet for this product.
The weather conditions for application and drying are critical. Do not apply if any of the following conditions are likely to arise during –
or in the first 24 hours following application:
o If frost is forecast, or in wet conditions
o When Relative Humidity is above 85%
o In temperatures below +5ºC or above +25ºC
o If the elevation is in direct sunlight
o If the substrate is hot (at or above 30C) or below +5ºC
o Substrate PH must be less then 8
o Coverage rates are approx. and do not take into account wastage and uneven substrates
The render must be protected against heavy rain, direct sun or high wind in the first 24 hours after application. Sheeting the façade or
the scaffold is advised to protect against this. For this particular product, if these parameters are not met, the product is at risk of, efflorescence
and potential failure. It is the responsibility of the application contractor to manage and record the weather conditions during
application and curing of the product.
To the best of our knowledge and belief, this information is true and accurate. However, as conditions of use of the product and the expertise
of any labour involved are beyond our control, the end user must satisfy himself by prior testing that the product is suitable for his
specific application if no spec has been provided for the project in hand. No responsibility can be accepted, nor any warranty given by
our Representatives, Agents or Distributors. Products are sold subject to our Standard Conditions of Sale and the end user should ensure
that he has consulted our latest literature.