EBC restore safer alternative to acids?


#1

Anyone have experience with EBC restore? I haven’t found too much in depth in the forum here aside from mentions of it. Getting into the business and would like to have a few cleaners in my “bat belt”…saw that EBC restore claims to be a substitute for situations that would generally require an acid (oxalic, sodium hydroxide, etc). Just wondering if it is a decent alternative, as well as being safer to use of course, or if it only does good on the “light duty” tasks of the sort.


#2

No one has answered, so I’ll put my two cents in. First let me say, it isn’t a bad product. Then let me say, sometimes you just need acids and caustics. It’s a cleaner/degreaser, not a hazmat chemical.


#3

I figured…was just curious on others input. Thanks for stepping up!


#4

Just a heads up @Hellbilly Sodium Hydroxide is not an acid.


#5

Honestly not sure why I even put that…need to give my brain a day to decompress I guess lol