F9 Barc

  • Benefits of F9 BARC

  • Safe to Use on Concrete, Bricks, Pavers, Tile, Asphalt and Concrete Coatings
  • Concentrated and Formulated to Go a Long Way
  • Quickly and Easily Removes Orange Battery Acid Burn, Rust and Fertilizer Stains
  • Biodegradable, Non-Abrasive, Non-Flammable
  • Safer to People and Plants than Hydrochloric Acid
  • Restores Concrete to Its Natural Bright Gray Color
  • Does Not Involve Mixing, Brushing or Messy Pastes
  • Does Not Lose Strength Over Time

$56.00$209.00

F9 Barc

Description

Quantity of 1 Gallon Units. 1 Gallon of BARC concentrate makes up to 3 gallons of cleaner.

F9 BARC is for F9 Authorized Applicators, Contractors and Maintenance Department Use Only. By purchasing F9 products you are agreeing that you are an F9 Authorized Applicator, Contractor or Maintenance Department. Front 9 Restoration, Inc. is not responsible for improper application nor will we be held responsible for any damage caused by improper application of our products.

One Gallon of F9 BARC Makes 1.5 to 3 Gallons of Cleaner. Always Mix F9 with Only Clean Water Prior to Application.
One Gallon of F9 Concrete Rust Remover will cover 400-800′ of Concrete.
Check Out F9 University For Detailed Application Videos.

DO NOT USE ON GLASS

Additional information

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Size

1 Gallon, 5 Gallons

Inhalation: Remove affected person to fresh air; get immediate medical attention with emphasis on hydrofluoric acid exposure. If breathing is difficult, supply oxygen. If breathing has stopped, begin artificial respiration.

Skin: Remove contaminated clothing while flushing affected area with drenching shower for 5 minutes. Launder contaminated clothing before reuse; seek immediate medical attention with emphasis on hydrofluoric acid exposure. Apply 2.5% Calcium Gluconate ointment to contacted area.

Eyes: Check for and remove contact lenses. Immediately flush eyes for 5 minutes in clear running water while holding eyelids open; seek immediate medical attention with emphasis on hydrofluoric acid exposure. Irrigate open eyelids with 500 to 1,000 cc’s of 1% Calcium Gluconate in saline solution.

Ingestion: Drink high amounts of calcium based antacid in water followed by milk or milk of magnesia; DO NOT induce vomiting; never give anything by to an unconscious person; seek immediate medical attention with emphasis on hydrofluoric acid exposure