Trisodium Phosphate TSP cleaner is commonly used to clean walls and other surfaces before painting particularly for exteriors. It is a robust cleaning option that not only helps the stain stick to hardwood better, but also removes grease, stubborn junk, and mildew from both painted and unpainted wood. Soot from fires and strong pet and smoke odors are good reasons to use this powerful cleaning aid.
It is excellent for cleaning masonry and can be used on roofs of all kinds. One benefit of washing exteriors with TSP cleaner is that, when combined with household bleach, it eliminates mold and mildew growth. TSP cuts through the worst of stains, including mold, grease, and soot.
It has no additives, no fragrance, no bleach or ammonia. TSP works well and without damage on a variety of surfaces, including brick and stone, cement, wood, and roofing. It works effectively by removing heavy deposits of grease and grime and clearing oil stains on concrete or driveway.
TSP cleaner will be a powerful weapon in your cleaning arsenal. It is certainly tough enough to take on big jobs, but it should always be used responsibly while wearing rubber gloves and a mask, and in well-ventilated areas.
This cleaner eliminates dried grout. Although it can’t be used for cleaning grout, it is effective at removing old parts of it. While taking out old tiles, you may see some old grout that’s extremely difficult to remove, which is where TSP comes in. The dried grout will come out easier than it would’ve before.