10/25/2021: The pint of Oil Flo is available and ready to ship! The 1-gallon and 5-gallon pail will start shipping by November 10.
No amount of detergent, soap, or laundry stain remover can remove sealcoat stain if it has dried. Good thing there's Titan Oil-Flo™ Safety Solvent Cleaner. This cleaner aggressively removes stains left behind by asphalt emulsion and coal tar sealers on wood, concrete, metal, and even clothing.
- Removes coal, tar, grease and oil
- Works on floors, machines, clothing, aluminum and more
How does it work its magic?
Titan Oil-Flo™ Safety Solvent Cleaner first bonds to the sealer molecules to dissolve it, then bonds to oxygen molecules in water. This cleaner is water-soluble and has a neutral pH to ensure that it won't degrade the stained surface underneath. It is biodegradable, and it does not contain chlorinated fluorocarbons and other toxic compounds. Titan Oil-Flo™ Safety Solvent Cleaner doesn't leave any ugly residues behind as it doesn't foam while you rinse it.
Apart from asphalt stains and sealcoat, it can also be used to remove crude oil, grease, motor oil, resins, tar, and waxes. It can also get rid of common household stains, such as crayon marks, adhesive residue, tree sap, candle wax, and more. Titan Oil-Flo™ Safety Solvent Cleaner is great at removing graffiti, solar film, and even gum residue.
Oil-Flo is safe for use on aluminum, steel, glass, and fabric. It can be used to remove stains on hand tools, power tools, vehicles, painted wood, and concrete.
How to Use Titan Oil-Flo™ Safety Solvent Cleaner to Remove Sealer Stain
- Spray or apply Titan Oil-Flo™ Safety Solvent Cleaner directly onto the stained surface. Be sure to use it sparingly.
- Watch the cleaner work its wonders within several seconds. If necessary, use a clean white rag to agitate the stain remover on delicate and painted surfaces. More durable surfaces can be scrubbed using a brush, white scouring pad, or steel wool. Thicker stains can be removed using a nylon scraper or a PVC card (such as an old ID, ATM, or credit card).
- Put a rag or a straw wattle underneath the wall or tool that you are cleaning. Using a solvent-resistant spray bottle or a hose, rinse the stained area with water. Air-dry the rag or straw wattle instead of discarding the liquid into the drain.
- With a clean rag or a squeegee, wipe the surface dry. You can also let it air dry if you wish. A hairdryer or heat gun can also be used, but make sure that it is appropriate for use with the surface.
Note: Product is not recommended for use on Lexan and Plexiglass.