Removing Lime Scale With Hydrochloric AcidOne of the most difficult materials to remove from porcelain and tile is Lime scale. This is caused by hard water creating a chalky white substance that can build up in your toilet, shower, sinks and pipes. Removing the heavier deposits will require the use of strong chemicals such as hydrochloric acid. The website eHow has produced an article explaining the best way to use Hydrochloric acid for removing lime scale. Read about it here.

common uses for Hydrochloric AcidWhen used with safely in mind, Hydrochloric acid has many common household applications. The website eHow has produced an article highlighting the many common uses for Hydrochloric acid in and around the home. Read about them here.

The most recent addition to Bondall Acid Solutions range is the widely used and popular Hydrochloric Acid. Quickly becoming the core of the range, it has provided us with the great need to reflect the right details, application techniques and safety when using acid around your home and with your building and renovating projects.

Acid Solutions


  • Acid Etching
  • To regulate the pH level in a wide range of manufacturing and treatment processes including the production of drinking water, pharmaceuticals, beverages and foods
  • In the processing of additives for the food industry including fructose, citric acid and hydrolyzed vegetable protein
  • To produce inorganic compounds for water treatment including drinking water and waste water
  • To neutralise the water in swimming pools making it safe for bathers
  • To process leathers in the tanning industry
  • To purify common salt

Acid Solutions Safety

With Bondall’s Acid Solutions we will provide in-depth details for the proper application, tips for easy use and the most important of all – reflect a safe way to use, clean, store and dispose of your Acid Solutions.

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Bondall Efflorescence Stain Remover is a phosphoric acid based product designed to remove the unsightly white stains (calcium carbonate) that appear on brickwork, pavers, concrete work and rammed earth blocks prior to sealing with Bondall Clear Paving Sealer or Bondall Natural Finish Waterproofing Sealer.

It can also be used as an etching agent for concrete prior to coating the surface.

Features and Benefits of Efflorescence Stain Remover

  • Easy to apply and use
  • Fast acting
  • Doubles as an etching agent for concrete
  • Customer gets value for money.
Efflorescence stain remover

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Ranex Rustbuster converts rust from a detrimental oxide to a beneficial phosphate of iron, chemically destroying any rust present and leaving the surface in a suitable condition for painting when completely dry.

Features and Benefits of Ranex Rustbuster

  • Pentrates to chemically destroy rust
  • Removes surface rust
  • Cleans and polishes chrome, brass, copper etc.
  • Dissolves & cleans off rust and borewater stains
  • Cleans boats

Bondall’s Ranex Rustbuster is designed for the following purposes:

  • Rust Conversion
  • Surface Rust/ Tarnishing
  • Stain Remover/ Cleaner
Ranex Rustbuster

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Hydrochloric Acid Safety Instructions: Avoid contact with skin or eyes, avoid breathing vapours, wear suitable protective clothing, gloves and eye / face protection when using this product.
First Aid:
For advice contact Poisons Information Centre on 131126 or a doctor. If swallowed, do NOT induce vomiting. If in eyes, hold eyelids apart and flush the eye continuously with running water. Continue flushing eye until advised to stop by the Poisons Information Centre or a doctor, or for at least 15 minutes. If skin or hair contact occurs, remove contaminated clothing and flush skin and hair with running water. Additional information is listed on the Material Safety Data Sheet.

NOTE: Never mix Hydrochloric Acid with Sodium Hypochlorite (Chlorine). Always add acid to water (NEVER ADD WATER TO ACID).

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Cleaning pavers with Hydrochloric AcidAustral Bricks have provided an informative booklet on Cleaning of Clay Masonry which includes cleaning pavers using hydrochloric acid. They suggest it should normally only be used to remove mortar stains. Therefore, only pavers that have been wet-bedded may require acid cleaning. Read more here….