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Recovering with Fiberlock RECON Disaster Restoration Products

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Fiberlock's RECON line of disaster restoration products are designed to be the most effective solution for fire, smoke, and water damage restoration.  From cleaners to odor counteractants and smoke odor sealers, Fiberlock has a product for every situation that demands the best results.


Fiberlock RECON Smoke Odor Sealer is a revolutionary solvent free smoke odor sealant and stain blocker designed to encapsulate malodors on multiple surfaces and block the toughest stains. RECON Smoke Odor Sealer with OdorLock technology is water based, perme-able and is not flammable.

Unlike typical water based coatings that “wick” smoke odors and stains out of the substrate as they dry, RECON Smoke Odor Sealer with OdorLock technology prevents smoke odors and stains from migrating through the coating while maintaining its breathability. This technology provides one coat odor control on most surfaces and continues to block odors even with seasonal changes in temperature and humidity. RECON Smoke Odor Sealer is your final step to encapsulate residual odors typically found on fire damage restoration projects.


Fiberlock RECON Extreme Duty Odor Counteractant is a highly concentrated liquid odor counteractant formulated specifically for the treatment of surfaces after fire, water or smoke damage. This product chemically neutralizes the source of malodors and imparts a pleasant, long-lasting fragrance. RECON Extreme Duty Odor Counteractant removes odors caused by tobacco, smoke, urine, pets, garbage, fire-produced odors, and cooking odors. Ideal for use in institutions, hospitals, apartments, sanitariums, restaurants, factories, schools, hotels, kitchens, restrooms, latrines, septic systems, dumpsters, paper mills, recreational vehicles or anywhere odors are a problem. May also be used as a deodorant booster for carpet cleaners and general purpose cleaners.


Fiberlock Recon Citrus Solvent Cleaner will remove most resins, adhesives, printing inks, decals, dirt and soil, and most petroleum based substances such as tar, asphalt, grease, oil, and even rubber tire marks. Recon Citrus Solvent Cleaner is 100% citrus extract based and has an extremely powerful and pleasant natural citrus fragrance to deodorize effectively even under the most extreme conditions. The vapors from this product leave the area smelling clean with a fresh orange scent.


Fiberlock RECON Heavy Duty Cleaner allows for suspended materials to be rinsed free, leaving no alkaline residue even in hard water. Versatile applications range from degreasing to steam or pressure washing, and concrete or quarry tile cleaning when an acid product is not desired. Formulated without the use of butyl cellosolve or caustic, it is more environmentally preferred than traditional heavy-duty cleaner/degreasers. In addition, it chemically deodorizers as it cleans, eliminating unpleasant lingering odors. Ideal for use in fire, smoke and water damage restoration.


Fiberlock Recon Extreme Duty Cleaner is formulated to handle the most extreme cleaning jobs, this high pH, caustic fortified, butyl based product provides superior ease of use in removing grease, oils, fats, carbon, wax, tar and other stubborn soils. This is a very high pH butyl cleaner for cleaning and removing the worst deposits in fire, smoke and water damage restoration applications. For use on walls and most other hard surfaces.


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