Our specialist teams carry out poultice cleaning for super sensitive cleaning applications to draw out the surface contaminants. We have also developed an Eco friendly range of safe chemical cleaning solutions and treatments to assist where required on cleaning applications for all surface types.
We use easy peel the best Poultice Stone Cleaning product
For specialist cleaning in conservation works.
Poultice cleaning should be performed by experienced personnel who understand the application process of using poultice cleaning techniques under the guidance of the conservation architect managing the restoration project after small test area sampling has taken place
Poultice cleaner are often referred to as a latex emulsion cleaners are highly effective and low impact stone cleaner. The poultice self vulcanising paste or gel produces excellent results for brick masonry cleaning and stone cleaning applications. This water-free cleaning system can be used for the safe removal of stains from sandstone, dust, soot, nicotine residues and other unwanted soiling on interior surfaces including walls, ceilings, floors, stucco, natural stone, marble, concrete, brick, render, gypsum sculptures, polished wood, synthetic materials, etc.
APT’s poultice stain remover is the best product to clean stains from marble and granite stone
How to use a poultice cleaner – to remove stains and surface pollutants from sensitive stone and brick masonry surfaces
All surfaces that are not to be treated, varnished areas, sensitive metals, etc. should be carefully covered with PE sheets before work with poultice cleaning begins. The substrate to be cleaned must be dry and free of dust and loose deposits by brushing and hovering surface off first.
Stir the poultice cleaner well, (add the B-component if required) mix thoroughly and then apply to the substrate using a suitable tool covering the entire surface. Fill undercut areas and contours thoroughly with the latex formula.
After allow drying for around 24 hours but not more than 3 days (as it becomes more difficult to pull away losing some of its elasticity
Remove the poultice vulcanising film by carefully pulling it off (e.g. from the top left towards the bottom right), keeping tensile force as constant as possible.