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Water Curtain Method
Prolonged spraying or misting with water is particularly effective for cleaning limestone and marble. Water is distributed through lengths of pipe with non-ferrous spray nozzles hung from moveable scaffolding that sprays a continuous or intermittent mist over the masonry surface. This is a very gentle method to use on historic masonry.
Chemical cleaners remove dirt, as well as paint and other coatings, metallic, plant stains, and graffiti. Chemical cleaners used to remove dirt and soiling include acids, alkalis, and organic compounds.
MICRO ABRASIVE CLEANING
Micro abrasive cleaning includes a dry or wet method using such materials as Dolomite powder, Aluminum Oxide, micro glass beads, and others. Highly trained professionals must perform it under very controlled circumstances. Some systems are self-contained which are environmentally preferred.
Latex cleaners are suitable for interior cleaning to remove pollution and dust from all kinds of surfaces. Latex cleaning can easily be done while the building is occupied, as it uses remarkably little water, and generates no dust. Based on a specifically formulated natural latex rubber, it is effective for the removal of soiling from architectural surfaces, including natural stone, brick, terracotta, concrete, plaster and marble.