Sprovit CR - Concentrated Window and Solar Panel Cleaner

Sprovit CR is a professional cleaner, for solar panels and glass surfaces, in super concentrated form

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Each £45·00 exc VAT
Total £45·00 exc VAT
Total £54·00 inc VAT

Sprovit CR is for the effective cleaning of solar panels, windows, glass and other reflective surfaces. It is supplied in super concentrated form and should be used, diluted in water, at a concentration between 2% and 4% depending upon the level of cleaning required.

When used for cleaning solar panels it will effectively remove atmospheric dirt and other staining without leaving traces. Clean solar panels are important if you are to maintain maximum returns from your investment.

Sprovit CR can be applied with a cloth by hand, for external ground floor windows, or from a flooded pole or by spray. The level of concentration should be relative to the type of application, contamination levels and water temperature.

Each litre of Sprovit CR will make up to 50 litres of cleaning solution.

What difference does water temperature make to the concentration?

Most chemical products are more active at higher temperatures. Have you tried washing up in cold water? This doesn't mean that cleaning windows with cold water isn't effective nor does it mean that we should all be using boiling water but cleaning will be quicker with warm water and you will be able to use Sprovit CR at a lower concentration.

Why would I want to use a sprayer to wash my windows?

Using a sprayer will greatly reduce the amount of water that you use therefore the amount of Sprovit when compared to using a bucket and cloth or sponge. A sprayer will also keep surrounding areas clean and dry. The method of cleaning that we recommend is to first spray the window and allow the Sprovit solution to work upon the dirt. After a short time, wipe the window then spray with clean water to rinse and squeegee/chamois them dry.

How do I use this to clean my solar panels?

Sprovit CR is very easy to use so just dilute the product to make a working concentration. This should then be applied to the surface of the panels before wiping. Rinsing is not generally required however you can rinse the surface should you prefer. The working concentration should be within 1.5% and 4% depending upon the level of cleaning that is required.