The surfaces treated with oxi…no dry in approximately 5 hours, leaving said surfaces ready for protection and finishing treatments.
oxi…no does not have an expiration date, as long as it is not mixed with other substances and its container is kept in perfect condition.
oxi…no is a product of high economic performance; one liter covers 20 to 30 m², depending on the degree of oxidation of the surface.
■ Household appliances■ Tools■ Doors■ Windows■ Garden furniture■ Bicycles■ Pipes■ Taps■ Gutters■ Trims■ Antennas■ Etc
■ Car bodies■ Door underbodies■ Bumpers■ Frames■ Car underbodies■ Fenders■ Rain gutters■ Exhaust pipes■ Fuel tanks■ Etc
■ Protection fences■ Cattle fences■ Window bars■ Cages■ Grilles■ Gates■ Bars■ Parking barriers■ Access controls■ Etc
■ Scaffolds■ Stairs■ Rods■ Beams■ Wires■ Construction rings■ Frames■ Electro welded accessories■ Deployed metals■ Etc
■ Bridge beams and rods■ Public parks■ Iron monuments■ Reservoir and dam gates■ Streetlamps■ Urban furniture■ Etc
■ Machines■ Cranes■ Stairs■ Pipelines■ Transport trailers■ Truck racks■ Transport tanks■ Deposits■ Etc
■ Hull protections■ Pipe protections■ Passage covers■ Ship structures■ Bilge protections■ Machine rooms■ Etc
■ 125 ml■ 250 ml■ 500 ml■ 1000 ml
■ 5 liters■ 25 liters
No, although the rust will be cured once the surface has been treated with oxi…no, you will need to apply a protective and finishing treatment as you would do with a new iron surface.
No, oxi…no should only be applied when there is rust, since it is a curative and not a preventive treatment.
Yes, in this case you have to apply oxi…no to the entire surface. Once the last coat has dried, the oxi…no that has been stuck to the paint parts must be cleaned with water. It is important that these remains of oxi…no are cleaned very well, in order to facilitate the application of the protection and finishing treatment.
oxi…no is easy to use and can be applied by brush, roller, spray gun or dip.