Karcher Stone & Facade Cleaner Plug 'n' Clean Detergent

Stock Number: ES1397711

Manufactured by Karcher

Rated 4.7 out of 5 (3 customer reviews)

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Will this part fit my appliance?

This product is compatible with:

  • Karcher Domestic K3 Series Pressure Washers
  • Karcher Domestic K4 Series Pressure Washers
  • Karcher Domestic K5 Series Pressure Washers
  • Karcher Domestic K6 Series Pressure Washers

Description

This powerful cleaner with corrosion protection effectively removes emission and street grime, as well as algae and fungi growth from stone and facade surfaces. For use around the house and garden.

  • 1 Litre bottle

It uses the new Karcher Plug 'n' Clean system and is ideal for Karcher high-power pressure washers in the K3-K6 series.

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Rated 4.7 out of 5 (3 customer reviews)
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  • Excellent:-Item, speedy despatch,secure packaging

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    By - Essex

    This is an excellent cleaning agent for gettng rid of algae build up on patios, blockwork, Keta sheds and Keta storage units. It is also very good at cleaning garden furniture that has been left out during winter months. Very simple to use and very effective.
  • Great value-for-money

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    By - Plymouth

    Excellent value-for-money and prompt despatch. What more could you ask for?
  • Good Product, go steady when using it!!!!

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    By - Chichester

    Easy to use plug in system. Be careful how high you turn the setting wheel, almost off would be my advice as leave it more than half way then the whole lot is gone in one use!

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  • Q Use of Karcher detergent on Limestone? 0 Answers

    Would this detergent be suitable to clean external travertine, (which I understand is a form of limestone)? The travertine paving gets very slippery from mould and algae growth during the winter. I understand that this material is quite fragile and can be ruined by using the wrong surface cleaner.

    By Anonymous - 14 May 2013