Midships-Cleaner, Decks & Bulkheads, Odour Control
& Ventilation, Stack Gases, Metal Cleaner, Mildew
Control, Oil removal, Salt water spotting, Food
Service Areas, Heavy Duty Cleaning of holds,
Refrigerated Containers, Engine Rooms, Bilge Cleaning
Method of Application:
AS a midships cleaner HYDROC Eco Super XL is very
effective as a hand wiping material in cleaning
the engine room where fuel, oil, smoke, etc. are
a problem. Mix 1 part HYDROC to 60 parts water and
wipe down the area with a wet cloth. No rinsing
or further wiping is necessary.
HYDROC is excellent for swabbing down decks and
bulkheads. It will not damage paint or wooden surfaces
and helps prevent rust on exposed surfaces. This
mixture should be 1 part HYDROC to 40 parts water.
Small amounts of cleaner may be induced, into the
ship's ventilation system by means of an atomising
spray to dispel foul air or odours.
A mixture of 1 part HYDROC to 50 parts water will
effectively remove stack gases.
HYDROC will remove tarnish and corrosion from copper,
brass and silver. Moreover, it will remove light
rust from iron and steel when used in a soak tank
operation at a concentration of 1 part HYDROC to
5 parts water. Dwell time will depend entirely upon
the degree of contamination.
A concentration of 1 part HYDROC to 20 parts water
very effectively removes mildew from lines, canopy,
sails, rigging, upholstery, keel, etc.
This same mixture removes oil from bilges, decks,
hulls, engine and engine cowling; also salt water
and salt-water spots from windshields, decks and
HYDROC is completely safe to use throughout the
vessel because it has no ingredients to disturb
the grain of fine woods; no chlorides to bleach
painted surfaces; no detergents to deteriorate plastics
and fibreglass; and no petroleum solvents to craze
or warp plastics or fibreglass materials.
HYDROC may be used for all purposes in the food
services areas of galleys
HYDROC works well when diluted with fresh or salt
water and is one of the few cleaning solutions,
which may be used in any body of water without harming
marine aquaculture, flora or fauna, and does not