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Agent Halt Soft Wash 5X Concentrate Salt and Bleach Post-Wash Neutralizer, 1 Gallon
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AGENT HALT – BLEACH NEUTRALIZER This high-quality salt and bleach neutralizer is ideal for rinsing bleach-washed surfaces to prevent damage to plants or external surfaces. Agent Halt is best used as a post-wash rinse on plants and windows, to neutralize bleach on roofs with no gutters or bad runoff, or to clean out hoses and equipment. Add it to your truck to have peace of mind when working with SH mixes. Also available in our 5X concentrated formula. One gallon of 5X makes five gallons of standard Agent Halt. Directions: Pre-rinse surface with water. Pump Sprayer: 4 oz per gallon of water X-Jet: 8 oz per 5 gallon bucket.* 10:1 Downstream: 15-24 oz per 5 gallon ProPortioner: 1-2 on dial (never more than 2 for 1% mix) IMPORTANT: IF YOU ARE NEUTRALIZING A ROOF, USE TWICE THE RECOMMENDED RATIO. To rinse: Rinse long enough to remove soap trace, then stop. Further rinsing will negate the effects of Agent Halt. Pro tip: Agent Halt is effective at neutralizing bleach even after it has dried on. Use it after doing a building wash where the solution is sprayed over glass or windows. Rinse the windows with Agent Halt and water mix. Also can be used to rinse any cars affected by overspray, or to clean out any pumps and hoses after bleach use. Available in: One gallon Five gallon One gallon 5X Five gallon 5X 55 Gallon drum *wide open x-jet, no proportioner tip.
NOTE: 1 gallon mixed with 4 gallons of water makes 5 gallons of standard strength solution, which is then diluted to proper ratios.
Neutralizes salt and SH
Use to rinse vehicles and equipment
Contains rinsing agents to make window sparkle
Available in 5X Formula
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