Building Restoration: Black Streaking

Building Restoration: Black Streaking and Stucco Cleaner

Black streaks on siding.  F9 Concrete Rust Remover (BARC) is specifically developed to reverse and eliminate the largest proportion of black streaks on siding, concrete rust stains, fertilizer rust stains and irrigation rust stains on stucco, dryvit, EIFS, vinyl siding, concrete, brick, pavers, tile, stone, concrete coatings, asphalt and other surfaces. This includes the complete spectrum of the black streaking and metallic rust family- watery, thick, topical, embedded, and orange acid burn staining. F9BARC, world’s most effective concrete rust remover needs to be applied by a professional.  A Professional Applicator of F9 concrete rust remover uses professional cleaning equipment to get the best results possible.  After a skilled concrete rust remover pressure washes your concrete, they’re going to follow the F9 Preservation and Restoration Cleaning Method.

Black streaks are common on buildings. Water runoff combines with calcium, metal, and other minerals and can form hard-to-remove black streaks. This is no problem for F9 BARC, The World’s Best Rust Remover and Restoration Cleaner.  F9 was diluted at a 1:1 ratio, left to dwell 3-5 minutes and pressure washed off.  F9 BARC works on EIFS, Dryvit, Stucco, Vinyl Siding and other siding surfaces.

If you do not have an Authorized F9 Professional Applicator near you, please contact the F9 TEAM at 855-803-1133

The problem with many building cleaners presently on the market is that they contain acids that “eat” the concrete. They strip the building of its cementious properties and create a micro-aggregate or “etched” surface encompassing the stain.  Once these cleaners eat the surface, they take a borderline amount of the stain with it and cause deep, permanent damage to your building and architecture. The bulk of building cleaning and restoration chemicals developed to eliminate stains will discolor the surface, stain it white or would possibly even create additional staining. This is often not a fascinating solution.