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PROSOCO Sure Klean® products have been the No. 1 choice of thousands of contractors, architects and engineers nationwide. Professionals recognize the Sure Klean line as the most effective, reliable and practical products for final clean down on new construction projects. 

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Imagine putting the final touch on your masterpiece only to realize that the final touch actually ruined it, wasting your money and time.

This scenario happens every day when well-meaning professionals try to use a one-size-fits-all type of cleaner (or worse yet, muriatic acid) on their new building.

That’s why we always recommend cleaning your new building the right way, with a purpose-formulated cleaner for your specific substrate and stain.


Using the wrong cleaner on the wrong substrate can cause irreparable damage to your building. For example, a product that cleans red brick and gray mortar can, when used on colored mortar, result in color loss. Because each substrate has a unique chemistry, we make our cleaners to match. Understanding all those chemistries and how they react with one another is complicated. Using products designed and developed by some of the most knowledgeable chemists in the construction business can ensure that those chemical nuances don’t lead to costly mistakes.


PROSOCO masonry cleaners will always be built for specific purposes. That’s why we have so many! Here’s why Tom Stalnaker, our laboratory manager, doesn’t believe in a one-size-fits-all new construction cleaner: “Buildings today have multiple types of substrates; brick, limestone, aluminum windows, concrete. One product to fit all may cause more damage than it does good. So instead of having the convenience of carrying one product, we prefer to find the right product for the right job. That’s why we specialize and recommend the safest product for each building substrate.”


Enviro Klean Klean ‘N Release Cleaner is certified with the U.S. EPA Safer Choice program, which means it’s safer for people and the environment through its use of readily biodegradeable ingredients. It contains no phosphates, colorants, hazardous solvents or environmentally harmful surfactants. Recognized in the LEED, WELL, Living Building Challenge and federal procurement standards, the Safer Choice designation makes it easy for specifiers and purchasers to find effective products.



Where water goes, living organisms like lichen, algae and other types of biological growth follow. Moss signals and supports high moisture levels, which may damage masonry. Some lichen and bacteria can cause deterioration and algae provide nutrients for other biological growth. PROSOCO’s cleaners of biological growth are favored by some of the most respected conservators and historic preservationists for their ease of use and effectiveness. Test ReKlaim, which effectively removes light-to-severe staining without damage to the surface or the environment caused by more conventional cleaning methods.


Whether you live in a big city with lots of vehicular traffic or a small town with hardly any, atmospheric staining can tarnish the appearance of a beautiful masonry building. The effect of carbon and other environmental pollutants on a building exterior is often not fully realized until the first test panel reveals a building’s original intended appearance. PROSOCO’s array of cleaners for atmospheric stains have been trusted to help restore the original beauty of thousands of buildings across North America. Test ReVeal to return masonry with atmospheric staining to its original beauty. This terra cotta building was cleaned with ReVeal, but PROSOCO has a suite of restoration products for your specific substrates and stains.


The result of soluble salts that already exist in the masonry coming into contact with water, acid or solvents, that then migrate to the surface of a masonry material through its pores. Other causes of the appearance of efflorescence include de-icing salts, sea air and water, and rising damp. A good way to tell whether you have efflorescence is to splash a little water on it. If it disappears, then it is efflorescence. For most masonry surfaces, test Light Duty Concrete Cleaner.




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