Remmers Arte Mundit is a cleaning paste for thorough, water free removal of dust, soot, nicotine residue and other soiling on interior walls, ceilings, floors, stucco, natural stone, marble, concrete, brick, render, gypsum sculptures, polished wood, synthetic materials, etc.
Remmers Arte Mundit is an environmentally correct cleaning paste on a natural raw material base. The fresh product vulcanises by drying into an elastic rubber with good soil binding capacity. Arte Mundit does not contain any organic solvents, surface active agents or inorganic salts.
The A-components in the Arte Mundit programme differ in their reactivity and compatibility with auxiliary agents. Arte Mundit Type I is a modified latex emulsion that is always used without an additive. After activation with the B component, Arte Mundit Types II, III and V contain varying concentrations of complexing agents and cleaning intensifiers that either volatilize during vulcanisation or are bound into the dry film.
A contamination of the substrate with these substances is therefore not possible.
- Cleans practically all surfaces, also sensitive, valuable substrates.
- Easy to apply by spray or brush
- No chemical after-effects
- User-friendly and highly efficient
- Existing salts are not dissolved again in the stone mass
- Cleans also pores and deeper profiles
An introduction to working with Arte Mundit should be given before work is started.
|Physical cleaning for lightly adhering dirt
|Pure natural latex dispersion
|Special cleaner for marble
|Natural latex dispersion + 1.01 Kg additive
|Physical and chemical cleaning for general impurities
|Natural latex dispersion + 2.86 Kg additive
|Especially for cleaning fire residue
|Natural latex dispersion + 3.84 Kg additive
How To Use
Ensure the substrate is dry and free form dust and loose deposits. Remember, protect any areas not requiring cleaning.
Stir Arte Mundit well, add the B component if required. Mix thoroughly and then apply to the substrate with a brush. Cover the entire surface. Ensure to reach all nooks and crannies.
After thorough drying, remove the film carefully pulling it off like a face mask. Drying normally happens 24 hours after application. Avoid waiting times that are longer ie more than 3 days. This is as the elasticity of the film is lost, making the mask much harder to to pull off.
When you use Arte Mundit Type I, the surfaces do not need a wash afterwards. When using Types II, III and V, after using the mask, wipe the surface off with a sponge dampened with just a little clean water. Start at the highest point. If necessary, use a medium-hard (nylon) brush for more intensive cleaning. Use as little water as possible.