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Klean-Strip

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Store SKU # 764357

1 gal. Green Muriatic Acid

$7.84 /each
  • Etches concrete
  • Brightens concrete and masonry
  • 90% lower fumes than standard Muriatic Acid

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Model # GKGM75006

Internet # 202690263

Store SKU # 764357

Klean-Strip Green are products that are better for the environment. They are quality products but have a reduced impact on the world in which we live. Klean-Strip Green Muriatic Acid has 90% lower fumes than standard muriatic acid. It’s also easy to use and store.

  • Etches concrete
  • Brightens concrete and masonry
  • Cleans algae and scum
  • Helps remove excess mortar from bricks

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Dimensions
Product Size (oz.) 
128 
Details
Biodegradable 
No 
Concentrated 
No 
Flammable 
No 
Indoor/Outdoor 
Outdoor 
Materials removed 
Oil 
Odorless 
No 
Paint Product Type 
Paint Cleaners and Removers 
Product Form 
Liquid 
Product dispenser type 
Plastic Bottle 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Rinse required 
Yes 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty 
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED: If you are not completely satisfied, return your sales receipt with a description of your complaint. Liability is limited to refund of the purchase price. 

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a 5 to one ratio works well to clean pool equipment. rinse well!!
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Thanks to both sources for your answers. As it turns out I ended up using pumice stone. I can't remember now what I tried and what I didn't, but none of liquids I could purchase where I live made much of a dent. Our water is extremely hard. However pumice stone and elbow grease did a remarkable job. Hopefully I didn't damage the porcelain too much, but it looks 1000% better.
Thanks again.
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August 15, 2015
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yes it will work perfectly and yes you must dilute it
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November 3, 2014
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No, we didn't design it for this purpose. We do have a product that will remove calcium and rust stains from porcelain. It's called Goof Off Rust Stain Remover for the Bathroom.
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Can I use Muriatic acid to balance water in an inground pool

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Of course you can. HCl is HCl.
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I used Kleen Strip Muriatic Acid in my inground pool and it reduced the pH. I had to use more than I expected to use, but the reason is that Kleen Strip is 20% acid instead of the common and fumey 30%. Now, based on the Kleen Strip Expert's answer above, I wonder if there are ingredients in the Kleen Strip Muriatic Acid that are inappropriate for pool use. The label gives no clues.
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August 7, 2013
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Yes you can, I have used both the "20 Baume" fuming muriatic acid and the "13 Baume" Kleen Strip "no vapors" acids in my concrete swimming pool and epoxy painted reflecting pool to balance the pH and to lower the alkalinity. 20 Baume is 32%, concentrated strength, 13 Baume is about 20%., so you have to use 1.6 times more Kleen Strip compared to the concentrated product. It is also safe to use in a liner Read More
Yes you can, I have used both the "20 Baume" fuming muriatic acid and the "13 Baume" Kleen Strip "no vapors" acids in my concrete swimming pool and epoxy painted reflecting pool to balance the pH and to lower the alkalinity. 20 Baume is 32%, concentrated strength, 13 Baume is about 20%., so you have to use 1.6 times more Kleen Strip compared to the concentrated product. It is also safe to use in a liner pool as well. Make sure you mix up no more than 1 quart of the acid in 2 gallons of water before you put it in the pool. To lower the pH, toss the mixture you just made so it splashes on the surface of the water in the pool. To lower Total Alkalinity, you slowly pour the mixture in columns around the pools edge. I don't know why it matters how you add the acid, but it does. Read Less
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June 12, 2013
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No, you won't be able to use the Klean Strip Muriatic Acid in a pool. Check your local pool supply store for a muriatic acid that's designed for use in pools.
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How does one dispose of muratic acid?

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Maybe donate it to a local school chemistry department? Or, maybe you could find some friends/acquaintances that do construction or cleaning that could use it.
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DO NOT POUR IT DOWN THE SINK!!! Lacking access to a chemical hazardous waste drop-off in your town, one way to do it is put 1 gallon of water in a 2 gallon bucket, then put 1 cup of the acid into the water. Outside of a closed space (like a garage) slowly add baking soda (as a powder) to the bucket and watch it fizz, it is making carbon dioxide gas. When the mixture in the bucket won't fizz anymore after Read More
DO NOT POUR IT DOWN THE SINK!!! Lacking access to a chemical hazardous waste drop-off in your town, one way to do it is put 1 gallon of water in a 2 gallon bucket, then put 1 cup of the acid into the water. Outside of a closed space (like a garage) slowly add baking soda (as a powder) to the bucket and watch it fizz, it is making carbon dioxide gas. When the mixture in the bucket won't fizz anymore after you add more baking soda, you have a harmless bucket of Calcium Chloride salt solution. You can pour this down the sink, it's the same stuff they put on icy roads to melt the ice.
Before you mix up another bucket of water to get rid of more acid, rinse ALL of the extra baking soda out of the bucket before you re-fill it with water and add more acid. Any extra baking soda will fizz when you add the next batch of acid, and can splash the acid out the bucket on you.
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March 12, 2013
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I'm terribly sorry for the delay in my reply. Muriatic Acid will need to be disposed of at your local chemical drop point. Either your fire dept. or city hall can let you know where this is in your town.
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Hi TexasHarper, the only question I see is you're asking how to dispose of this product? The material Safety Data Sheet states to dispose in accordance with applicable local, state, and federal regulations. This product is considered hazardous waste. You will have to take to a waste disposal site. You can usually find these on the web for your area, or contact your local city or county administration Read More
Hi TexasHarper, the only question I see is you're asking how to dispose of this product? The material Safety Data Sheet states to dispose in accordance with applicable local, state, and federal regulations. This product is considered hazardous waste. You will have to take to a waste disposal site. You can usually find these on the web for your area, or contact your local city or county administration office for a disposal site. Read Less
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can you use it for main drain lines?

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If you plan on replacing all your pipes, it will work great. This is Hydrochloric acid, which will dissolve metal pipes. It can also ruin your connection to the city sewer...
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Yes you can i used it on mine it work perfectly
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No, do not use this in your drains.
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Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 52 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by problems with stained driveway Unbeknowst to me, muriatic acid not only cleans a garage floor as prep for painting, but it stains a cement driveway when rinsed out. I'm sorry I didn't speak first with a knowledgeable neighbor who recommended a degreaser he gets from Sam's Club. May 17, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Low odor means watered dowm I use muratic acid to lower the ph in the pool. This stuff is so watered down it takes a whole bottle rather than the 16 ozs it takes with full strength and it cost just as much! May 10, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Klein strip It's ok Definitely can tell its weaker than regular strength April 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Worked like a charm I used this to antique a mirror by removing the paint off the back. It worked well for this purpose. I wish there would have been a smaller size available, but this did what was needed. I still have almost the entire contents left. Maybe I will go clean my cement :) March 15, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent but too much. It works fine to clean oil stains from a concrete driveway. Unforunately now I have to store 3/4 gallon of leftover. Would be nice if it was sold in smaller quantities. You do not need much once diluted. February 23, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Countertop The countertop was great ,but installation leaves a lot to be desired, they damaged our cabinet and instalantio should have been a lot better, attitude of installer leaved alt to be desired.i heard they have since switched installers May 19, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great stuff After fighting with cleaning the calcium buildup off several aquariums, I tried this. Worked great and didn't need to let it soak for long (like vinegar that I used before). I diluted it further in the aquariums and the calcium wiped right off. I had let vinegar soak for 12 hours & it didn't touch it. This only had to soak for a short while. Just make sure you rinse it out good after cleaning. A week after and no fish deaths so I'll say it's safe. I'm going back to get another gallon for my 125 gallon once I get it emptied. December 29, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Cleaned up my Repair Brick Job on our Mailbox I had to rebuild the top of my Brick Mailbox. After I was finished, there was a heavy risidual of Mortor leaving my bricks looking Powdery. I took a wire brush to them but it didn't help. Picked up some of this Acid at Home Depot and mixed it with some water in a bucket. Used a sponge while wearing latex gloves and wiped it over the bricks. It started bubbling and smoking. After I let it sit a few minutes I rinsed it off and now the Bricks look amazing. Phew! Very Glad for this product! Wear gloves! December 27, 2015
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