Loading... Please wait...

Wipeout Training Guide

Wipeout

Download Guide

SAFETY GUIDELINES:

1. Wear chemical resistant gloves. (Suggestion Only)

2. Wear safety goggles. (Suggestion Only)

3. Open a window or use vent fans if available. (Suggestion Only)

SURFACES NOT TO BE USED ON:

Fabrics, carpet, and finished wood furniture.

ACCEPTABLE SURFACES TO BE USED ON:

Tile, grout, stone, concrete, unfinished wood, plywood, drywall, metals, glass, plastics, and asphalt roofs.

HOW TO USE:

1. Most surfaces (Floors, metals, plastics, grout, stone, plywood, drywall, glass) – Spray Wipeout liberally on surface with a pump sprayer or spray bottle full strength or diluted 1:1 with water. Keep in mind the more you dilute the product the longer it will take to work. Let Wipeout dry slowly turning off fans or other ventilation to allow the product to stay wet longer. Repeat spraying if the product dries and mold or mildew has not vanished all the way. Rinse or clean with a cleaning product like Mach Speed if desired, but not required.

2. Roofs, driveways and siding – Spray on with a pump sprayer diluted up to 4:1 with water. Let product sit for 10-20 minutes before rinsing or pressure washing with water.

3. Wood and plastic fences – Spray wipeout on diluted up to 4:1 to get rid of mold, mildew, and algae as well as a preventative measure to keep mold, mildew, and algae from growing.

Note: Mold or mildew may take up to 45 minutes to vanish completely especially on more porous surfaces such as grout, drywall or wood. Bleach does not totally kill mold especially on porous surfaces. Wipeout may seem to take longer to work, but the mold and mildew will be completely dead and not return for a much longer period of time compared to using bleach.

MAINTENANCE:

1. Tubs, showers, and grout - Spray wipeout at the recommended dilution rates for your application once per month for to prevent mold and mildew from growing.

2. For roofs, driveways, fences and siding- Spray Wipeout on every 6 months to prevent mold, mildew, and algae from forming.