WCBRILL is an innovative concentrated descaling detergent with a specific whitening action for all sanitaryware and ceramics. Elimination of limescale, rust residues, tartar stains, halos and blackening, restoring the original shine to the treated surfaces. It also eliminates bad odors and prevents their formation. Thanks to its bactericidal and fungicidal power, WCBRILL has a high sanitizing action, completely eliminating the germs and bacteria that lurk in the encrustations. The viscosity of the product increases the adhesion power to the toilet walls and vertical surfaces, allowing a perfect cleaning action. WCBRILL is formulated with the utmost respect for the environment and for operators.
WCBRILL is used for sinks, shower trays, ceramic bathtubs, tiles, urinals, Turkish baths, and ceramics in general. WCBRILL also removes all incrustations and blackening forms around the taps and between the tiles. It is very suitable for cleaning very dirty or encrusted taps, restoring the original shine of the materials. Excellent for removing rust stains on floors.
HOW TO USE
Pour the product on a damp sponge and pass it evenly on the surface to be cleaned. Wait a few seconds, then rinse thoroughly and thoroughly with water with the help of a sponge, in order to eliminate all product residues. Important. For use on the siren taps, after applying the product, rinse thoroughly with water.
Harmful if swallowed. It causes serious skin burns and serious eye injuries. Keep out of reach of children. Read the label before use. Do not breathe dust / fumes / gas / mist / vapors / aerosols. Wash thoroughly with water after use. Wear protective gloves / protective clothing / eye protection / face protection. IF SWALLOWED: rinse mouth. DO NOT induce vomiting.IN CASE OF SKIN (or hair): Remove contaminated clothing. Rinse skin / take a shower. IN CASE OF EYE CONTACT: rinse thoroughly for several minutes. Remove any contact lenses if it is easy to do so. Continue to rinse. Contact a POISON CENTER / doctor if you feel unwell. EC Regulation n. 1272/2008 CLP. Reg. 648/2004 / CE -907/2006