Franmar Beanedoo Floor Mastic Remover, 5gal

  • Model: FRANBBIM15G
  • Shipping Weight: 60lbs
  • Manufactured by: Franmar Corp


Beanedoo is an AMAZING hard working professional flooring mastic/adhesive stripper that really does the job! ENVIRONMENTALLY SAF..

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Beanedoo is an AMAZING hard working professional flooring mastic/adhesive stripper that really does the job! ENVIRONMENTALLY SAFE MADE FROM AMERICAN GROWN SOYBEANS and easy to apply ... even easier to remove and dispose of (landfill friendly). Coverage is 150 to 200 square feet per gallon. SAFE IN OCCUPIED AREAS! NO DUST! NO ODOR! EFFECTIVE ON WHITE OR BLACK MASTICS! Not for use on wood floors. 100% biodegradable, non-toxic and non-caustic. No other special equipment necessary on the job. Ideal for asbestos mastic removal since there is no chipping or sanding. Removes sheet vinyl mastics, tile mastics, carpet mastics, and asbestos mastics. EASILY REMOVES old black asphalt cutback flooring adhesive! A perfect way to remove all that old tile, vinyl or c arpet adhesive before starting your concrete staining project. Bean-e-doo will do all the hard work for you, saving money and time on labor! Very economical. Its low evaporation rate allows it to continue to working longer than other removers. Just pour Bean-e-doo directly onto the old mastic using a long handled brush or old broom to ensure Bean-e-doo covers all the trowel ridges. Allow to sit for 30-60 minutes until mastic softens. Leave on longer for multi layer mastics, check every 15 to 20 minutes, then just scoop up and clean with water.

Remove: Coverage:
• Asbestos Mastic • Asbestos - Up to 250 sq. ft. per gallon
• Vinyl Mastic • Vinyl - Up to 200 sq. ft. per gallon
• Ceramic Tile Mastic • Ceramic - Up to 150 sq. ft. per gallon

BEAN-e-doo Mastic Remover Tips

For nearly a decade, BEAN-e-doo® Mastic Remover has been replacing older mastic removers, usually made from petroleum based chemistry. The older removers evaporate very quickly, resulting in often offensive odors, and significantly contribute to air pollution and global warming. BEAN e doo Mastic Remover evaporates very slowly, has a very low, non-offensive odor, and does not contribute to global warming. BEAN-e-doo Mastic Remover’s advancements in mastic removal techniques sometimes requires a different approach to cleaning up. These tips are designed to help people evaluate which techniques will work best for their project.

Pour BEAN-e-doo Mastic Remover undiluted directly on the concrete surface. Do not exceed the recommended coverage. Applying too much BEAN-e-doo does not increase removal time, but does contribute to impeding the complete removal of residue.
Where there are wide cracks or seals, fill with a commercial absorbent like diatomaceous clay (e.g. OilDry™), saw dust, or synthetic absorbent, before pouring BEAN-e-doo on the surface.
Use a long handled brush or broom to ensure BEAN-e-doo covers all the mastic trowel ridges.
Allow BEAN-e-doo to dwell until mastic softens (generally 45 to 60 minutes for asbestos mastic. Dwell time for vinyl and acrylic mastics is longer, in some cases up to 4 hours.)

Use a long handled scraper or squeegee to remove softened mastic and excess BEAN-e-doo. Generally, black mastic will dissolve into a liquid the consistency of very old engine oil, and can be scraped into a puddle. Fill the puddle with a commercial absorbent, and then shovel into receptacle. All other mastics tend to lift as more solid than liquid and can be scrapped into a pile that can be picked up with a shovel.
After picking up the dissolved/lifted mastic, there will still be a slippery, film residue remaining. For best results for cleanup, after removing softened mastic, cover floor with a commercial absorbent, sweep up and then follow with a mop rinse. Testing surface for residues after floor has been mopped: Apply water to various small spots on the substrate. If water turns cloudy white, indicates there is BEAN-e-doo Mastic Remover on the surface. Remop using a degreaser is recommended. Then retest. Let surface dry before applying new mastic or coating.
In all cases, care should be taken not to over saturate the floor by using too much water.
In extreme cases, and/or for especially difficult floors, scrape up softened mastic, then pick up filmy residue with steam vacuum. Cover floor with a commercial absorbent, sweep up and then follow a mop rinse using a degreaser. Let dry before applying new mastic or coating.

• Use of rotary cleaning machines for cleanup are not recommended unless an area has been tested first.

Easy to apply and even easier to remove and dispose of (land-fill friendly). 100% biodegradable, non-toxic and non-caustic - makes negative air, or other special equipment unnecessary. Very economical. Low evaporative rate allows it to continue to work for up to 24 hours. Allowing it to do the work saves labor. LESS LABOR = MORE PROFIT! After extensive testing, a U.S. Postal Authority said, "BEAN-e-doo does the trick, with money savings of almost 300%.

BEAN-e-doo Mastic Remover is not recommended for use on wood surfaces. Using BEAN-e-doo might slightly darken a concrete surface.

• Flash Point: Above 425˚F
• pH Level: 6.65 pH of 1/10
wt/wt solution in soft water.
• Vapor Pressure: Less than 1 mmHg
at 72˚F
• Odor: Light odor
• Conditions to avoid: Strong oxidizing agents, rags
soaked with other solvents or chemicals.
• Health Hazards: None known
• Packaged: Quart, Gallon, Five Gallon,
55 Gallon Drum
• Area Coverage: up to 200 sq. ft. per gallon
• Volatile Organic Compouds (VOC) less than 3%

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