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Batifast is a powerful alkaline cleaner that can renovate surfaces such as tarmac, to 'as new'. It should be used when it is important to clean surfaces of stubborn stains such that can't be removed by brushing or with the application of Baticlean CR.

Do not use Batifast on aluminium or delicate surfaces such as carpets. (Use Baticlean CR on such surfaces). After use, it is recommended to use Baticlean CR to help keep surfaces clean.

For more advice on how to clean many different types of surface please see our Cleaning Advice pages. However please feel free to Contact Us if you have any questions.

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  • Batifast should be applied using a sprayer (however coating using a brush, roller or watering can is acceptable) and should be left on the surface for about 10 minutes but no longer than 30-60 minutes, depending on climate and level of staining.
  • Try not to let Batifast dry on the surface. For very heavy staining you can brush whilst applying and then rinse with water and a brush or pressure washer.
  • For heavily soiled areas use Batifast undiluted therefore 1 litre of this Rapid Acting Cleaner will cover approx. 6m2.
  • For light staining or marked areas you can dilute Batiface to a ratio of 50:50 in water which will then cover 12m2.
  • After the allotted time rinse the area well.

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What is the best way to apply Batifast?
Batifast can be applied in a number of ways however we recommend using a sprayer as this will give you the best coverage at the ideal concentration and coverage rate. However you can decide upon the best method of application for your particular area. We have a full range of sprayers, many of which can be used with Batiface.

Why does Batifast need to be rinsed?

Batifast is a product that is designed to clean on contact and is therefore not pH neutral. As it is not neutral we recommend that the surface is rinsed however don't be too alarmed as the rinsing does two jobs. Firstly, it is rinsing the product but secondly the mechanical action of rinsing will help to remove the staining especially heavier stains.

Can I use Batifast on any surface?

As Batifast is not pH neutral there are some types of surface upon which we recommend not using Batifast. It can be used on all types of mineral surface such as patio slabs, stone and brickwork as well as plastic surfaces such as uPVC and conservatory roofing sheets. We do not recommend using Batifast on some soft metal surfaces such as aluminium. If you are planning to use Batifast near any surface where there could be a potential conflict then we recommend wiping the surface after application, to ensure any overspray is removed, or covering surfaces to ensure that no overspray can come into contact with the area.

As with all our professional quality cleaning products, if you have any concerns then we recommend applying to a small area to test for compatibility prior to large scale treatment.

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