FC524 Epoxy Grout Reside Remover

Removes epoxy grout residue and epoxy based paint.

Recommended Surfaces

  • Natural stone
  • Ceramic & porcelain tiles
  • Concrete
  • Safe for metal
  • DO NOT use on quartz composite stone
  • Counters, floors & walls
  • Residential, commercial & institutional
  • Interior & exterior use


  • Viscous formula for vertical application
  • Slow evaporation
  • Low odor


  • Varies with the cleaning concentration required and the surface condition. 946ml covers 1 to 5 m² (10 to 50ft²)

Environmental Data

  • VOC: 0
  • Biodegradable. In conformity with OCDE 301 E Regulation
  • Meets EcoLogo specifications Paint & Varnish Remover CCD:051


  • 946ml bottle (FC524-01)
  • 4L bottle (FC524-04)
  • 20L pail (FC524-20)


Spread a generous coat of remover evenly all over the surface with a Green Scrub Pad (FC215). Let the remover work for the required time, scrubbing occasionally. Scrub epoxy grout residue on tiles with the Black Scrub Pad (FC205). To remove epoxy paint on concrete surfaces, use a metal bristle brush. When the paint or grout residue can be scrubbed off the surface; rinse and scrub thoroughly with a 25% concentrated solution of the Heavy Duty Cleaner (FC350). Rinse again with clear water to remove any remaining residue. Repeat if necessary. Allow 24 hours to dry before applying a sealer, paint or adhesive.

Exposure Time: Exposure time may vary with chemical composition and the thickness of the grout residue or paint, as well as the room temperature and if the surface is vertical or horizontal.

Epoxy Grout Residue Removal:24-48 hours after grouting: 1 to 2 hours reaction time. 72 hours or more after grouting: 8 hours or more reaction time

Epoxy Based Paint Removal:1 to 3 hours reaction time.

Caution & Limitations

  • Test product on small inconspicuous area
  • Protect adjacent areas against unexpected contact with product
  • Product should be used at room temperature
  • Protect baseboards made of MDF fibre
  • May damage sealers
  • Do not use on quartz composite stone, acrylic and polyester surfaces