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RXSOL RX 9 is a fully formulated cleaner for cleaning all fittings and walls in the bathroom viz. sink, tub, tiles and fittings. It is specifically formulated for hard water conditions. Regular usage of RXSOL RX 9 prevents scale deposition on walls and fittings.

Produt cbenefits
%u2022  Does not contain any abrasives, hence will not scratch bathroom surfaces.
%u2022  Contains actives to prevent scale deposition. Hence it is ideally suited for use in hard water locations.
%u2022  Concentrated for economy of use.
%u2022  Quickly removes skin oils, stains, dirt and water marks.
%u2022  Fresh Room Care fragrance.
%u2022  Colour and alpha-numeric codes to prevent application mistakes.

Technical Specifications:

Product Data

  • Appearance : Violet liquid
  • Specific gravity @ 25OC : 0.98 – 1.05
  • pH (1% solution) : 2 – 4

Prevent Scale Deposition.

RXSOL RX9 (No Colour) water Patch Cleaner, greasy marks

Others ::: 
RXSOL RX1 (Orange colour) Sanitizer Use in washroom (Tap, washbasin, tiles)
RXSOL RX2 (Green Colour) Multi task Cleaner
RXSOL RX3 (Sky Blue ) Glass Cleaner
RXSOL RX4 (white Colour) Furniture Polish (Ready to Use) wooden floor, chairs legs, work stations.
RXSOL RX5 (Pink) Fragrance (Ready to use)
RXSOL RX6 (Blue) W.C cleaner (Ready to use)
RXSOL RX7 (Green colour) Floor Cleaner

Using Procedure:

Recommended dilution : For normal soiling : 50-100 ml. In 1 litre of water.
Spray RXSOL RX 9 onto clean cloth / sponge. Apply RXSOL RX 9 to all surfaces to be cleaned (sink, tub, tile). Mildly scrub to remove dirt, stains, etc. Pay special attention to taps, soap holders and all other metal surfaces. Rinse with plain water. The flush handle, the toilet seat cover and the outer bowl need to be cleaned and wiped with RXSOL RX 9 after the toilet bowl has been cleaned. Polish all metal surfaces with a dry cloth leaving them clean and free from smears.

For day-to-day maintenance RXSOL RX 9 can also be used with spray-and-wipe method. Important : Do not use on acid-sensitive surfaces. Rinse and dry hands after use.


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