white concrete after what appears to be muratic acid

Although I'd love to sell you some, you'd be better off buying a small quantity like a gallon from a local source.
Anything shy of a drum isn't a feasible purchase. HF must be truck freight shipped, the package services won't touch it in any quantity.
A drum would run $130 - $160 or so to ship...so is a gallon...or a fiver. Even if you pay $25.00 for a gallon locally, you'd obviously still save a ton.
If you washed fleets or had lots of concrete whitening to do, I'd welcome your business with open arms.

This advice is one the the reasons you are respected in this business and by myself!
 

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Colt, did you print out the medical procedure card? If not, please do so before you even handle the product. Be safe with it.
 

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About to print it, was just thinking that.. ill take some pics for you Russ and thanks again

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Well my printer took a poo on me so I didn't get it or the invoice printed so we just done the hoods tonight. They are closed on sunday so we will go back then. Thanks again Russ, will have some before and after pics
 

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Ok here is the before and ill have the after in 20 min after concrete dries uploadfromtaptalk1335745053009.jpg

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I would just like to say, Russ is the man!!! Dude I couldn't have done that without your help, would have never thought about using hf
 

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im home safe with no burns, had a suite on with hood and booties from lowes like $12 with eye protection and respirator
 

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And if he has ne do that same store in a reg basis will I have to use that mix everytime?

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Lol, well let me ask you this.... Can I use that to turn any concrete white?

Unless it's colored concrete...or extremely old. My shop floor is probably 40 - 50 years old. Clean, it has a beige tinge to it, even with all the acid that has been spilled on it.


And if he has ne do that same store in a reg basis will I have to use that mix everytime?

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No, for routine maintenance, a 1:10 - 15 cut should bring it back to where it is.
 

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Well after that pic I washed it all with caustic 4# for 5 gal and it seems to have turned it back slightly but not as bad as before

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What will this do to oil stained areas? Will I just have a stark contrast or will it pull oil stains also?
 

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Hint hint this stuff will brighten up a deck like no tomorrow without all the headache of mixing up ox acid.
 
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