Protect surfaces with barrier elements like film, paper, and peelable lacquers before placement and handling.
If accidental contamination or splashing of strong alkalis or acids occurs, wash the affected area with a large amount of clean water, especially cut-outs or holes and cavities.
The accumulation of dirt or contamination on the profiles may increase the risk of corrosion, a loss of sheen, or a change of colour, especially in areas located near the coast and industrial environments.
Do not use
Abrasive materials or tools or anything that could cause scratches.
Acidic or alkaline substances that could cause corrosion.
Strong solvents, including petrol, diesel, and kerosene.
Grease cleaners, pesticides, or lubricants whose composition is unknown.
Detergents, oven cleaners, or other similar agents.
Cleaning agents when the surface temperature is greater than 25ºC.
Dry cleaning a dirty surface of dust or building materials.
Avoid submersing a powder coated product in water for long periods of time. Chlorine might cause damage.