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  • Articles
  • Problems
    • Know Your Stuff Gallery (Photo Examples of Problems)
      • Gallery of commonly found deposits and staining issues that were resolved with EaCo Chem chemistry
    • Block Study
      • Integral Water Repellent Study and White Scum Study on block
    • Brick Study
      • A look at some of the most common cleaning issues for brick - Calcite, Efflorescence, Vanadium, Manganese, and White Scum
    • End Cleanup Efflorescence
      • Explanation of some causes of efflorescence, best practices to minimize its impact, and the proper chemicals to remove it
    • Vanadium & Manganese Statement
      • Explanation of some causes of vanadium and manganese stains, best practices to minimize its impact, and the proper chemicals to remove the staining
    • Water Migration in Brick
      • Slideshow - multiple issues caused by water migration in brick. Photos courtesy of BIA

  • Safety Data Sheet (SDS) Related
  • Substrates
    • Aluminum Brighteners
      • Closer look at the three types of aluminum brighteners and their usage. Safe/no hazardous fluorides, fluoride salt, and hydrofluoric acid
    • Anodized Aluminum
      • What to consider before choosing your anodized aluminum cleaning products
    • Brick Restoration
      • Specific techniques used for the four most common brick restoration situations
    • Brushless Truckwash
      • Saving you time and labor with more effective truck wash cleaning
    • Iron Spot Cleaning
      • Issues that can arise on iron spot brick and how to help prevent them and correct them
    • Limestone Restoration
      • How to clean and restore limestone using EaCo Chem products
    • White Granite & Sandstone
      • Inherent cleaning issues when HCI cleaners are used on flamed salt & pepper granite or white sandstone

  • Tools

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