Working at the speed of dissolution.
With little to no tools required.

Designed for those who defy limits and change the way restoration was envisioned. The new Zido formulation is by far the most powerful efflorescence dissolution ever made with a new fresh cherry scent. Perform a complete restoration without destroying the substrate. Once Zido comes into contact with efflorescence (calcium) it brings a whole new class of performance – dissolving every last pore of the efflorescence. Zido comes in a 8 oz bottle with one yorker cap for pinpoint accuracy when applying the solution.
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What is efflorescence.
Is this the curse that has taken over.

It grows over the surface, looks like a white grout or concrete and sometimes has a grayish tint. It is as hard like grout and it can flake off the surface. It’s called “efflorescence,” and it’s a crystalline deposit of salts often seen on the surface of concrete, brick, stucco or natural stone surfaces. It occurs when water leaves behind salt deposits and is present on or in the masonry surface.
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The power of Chemistry. Taken further.

Let’s understand the innovation behind Zido and thought process behind it. We had many customers complain about efflorescence destroying their brick and tile – they needed a way to remove the efflorescence without taking many hours nor physical labor. We took a low acidic base solution and formulated it with a pleasant fragrance to keep the odor down. The Zido will react with the calcium and neutralizes itself while attacking the calcium.
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Directions of Zido.

The new formulation blended in a simple 8 oz bottle packs an unprecedented amount of power, dissolving efflorescence on contact. Our directions make it easier, safer, and more environmentally friendly to get the results you need in a restoration. And with our technical support to help, you find support at every level.
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Zido specifications,
coverage, reaction times and more.

ZIdo specifications discusses coverages, dwell times and more as these are all altered by the surface Zido is applied over. This link will also give you a better idea on how much Zido to purchase to tackle the project you are up against.
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Removing efflorescence from many
surfaces has never been so easy.

Efflorescence grows on many surfaces, so the development of Zido has never been so tricky. Zido works on all stone that is not acid-sensitive. Zido can be used on honed acid sensitive stone with little damage to the stone. Learning more about all the surfaces is one click away.
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Zido can be used in many areas.
Removing efflorescence in many ways.

From pools, showers, steam rooms, floors, exterior areas and much more. Zido, takes efflorescence removal even farther. Efflorescence can grow anywhere there is water and oxygen. Zido can work in just about any area, without damaging PVC pipes and most surfaces, Zido is restoration in a bottle.
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Questions about Zido?
We have answers.

Is Zido a strong cleaner to remove soil?

Yes. Zido is an acid with cleaning detergents. Zido will clean grout, mortar, concrete, slate, granite and brick.

Does Zido etch Marble?

Yes. We do not recommend using Zido on marble, limestone, travertine and any other acid sensitive stone. Contractors use it on marble, limestone and all acid sensitive stones because the stone is already damaged from the efflorescence. We don’t recommend it but yes it can be used.

Does Zido have to be washed with water after cleaning the surface?

Yes. It is always better to wash any surface with water afterwards, that was cleaned with Zido.

What happened if Zido was used on travertine?

On all acid sensitive stones (marble, limestone, travertine, onyx) Zido will etch the surface making a shiny surface dull.

Does Zido have a smell?

Zido has an odor to it but we fragrance the product to mask the smell.

Does Zido damage ceramic and porcelain tile?

No. If Zido is applied and washed down with water once completed, there will be no damage. If Zido is left on the surface for more than 24 hours it could damage the tile.

What happens if Zido gets in my pool water?

Zido will only lower the ph of the pool water. Once all the tiles have been cleaned, an alkalinity may have to be used to bring the ph back up.

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