Faber Oxidant

Oxidant 1 litre

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Faber Oxidant

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OXIDANT is a water-based stain remover to definitively solve specific types of stain on different types of material. The special, unique formula makes it a definitive, effective solution to:

- Remove yellowing and yellow stains caused through rising damp or water penetration of surfaces;
- Remove damp stains from materials or dark marks caused by water absorption on natural stone.
- Remove stubborn stains such as nicotine and tannin
- Remove particularly stubborn coloured stains not fully removed by using No Mac Gel
- Complete the rust removal stage from marble and lime-based material, removing the purple residue from the extraction action of Mar Gel Plus.


Suitable for:

Agglomerate cement-marble

Agglomerate resin-marble

Agglomerate resin-quartz



Basaltina - Lava Stone

Molted basalt

Cement tile


Ceramic Craquele'

Ceramic Glazed



Grout joints Cementicious





Brick facings

Manufactured Stone (Eco-stone)






OXIDANT is a product that can be applied on all surfaces - even the most delicate ones such as polished marbles and acid-sensitive finishes - without changing their original appearance.


✓ Water-based product
✓ Excellent stain-removing power
✓ Quick and easy application
✓ Versatile and unique
✓ Suitable for very complicated stains


Preparing and cleaning the surface

1. Carefully clean the surface, making sure to remove any dust or dirt present.
2. Never use OXIDANT on wet surfaces; make sure that the surface to be treated is dry or at most, only slightly damp.
3. Do not apply OXIDANT to overly heated surfaces. We recommend applying the product during the coolest times of the day.
4. If the surface to be treated has been waxed, make sure to remove it with Double Stripping.


OXIDANT develops active oxygen when used and therefore it must only be used alone. NEVER mix it with other chemicals, except for Faber Poultice thickening powder
• The product is ready to use. Pour the product straight onto the surface being treated making sure to cover the stain completely with a thick layer of product.
• Let the product act on the surface until the stain has been completely extracted. The time required will depend on the type of stain, its depth, stubbornness, and the amount of time it has been there.
Generally, the time required to extract the stain can be summed up as follows:
- to remove yellowing and yellow stains caused by rising humidity or water penetration: from 8 to 24 hours
- for damp stains or dark marks caused by water absorption, between 8 and 24 hours
- for stubborn stains such as nicotine and tannin, for example: from 2 to 8 hours
- to remove particularly stubborn coloured stains not fully removed by using No Mac Gel: from 1 to 6 hours
- to complete the rust removal stage after using Mar Gel Plus, OXIDANT must be left for twice the amount of time as Mar Gel Plus
For stain removal operations requiring a longer time, we recommend covering the layer of product with a plastic or nylon sheet. Similarly, we recommend applying a sufficiently thick layer of product to avoid having to add more if it dries too quickly. This process allows the product to better react with the stain rather than the surrounding environment, increasing the effectiveness of the treatment. When covering the product, it is important, after removing the sheet, to leave it exposed for around 30-60 minutes before removing it and cleaning the surface.

• Once the time has passed, proceed to remove the product and its residues, whether these are wet or dry. To remove OXIDANT it is possible to use paper towels or cloths in case of small surfaces, soaking up and removing residues until the surface is completely clean. Wipe the surface with a slightly damp cloth and wait for it to dry thoroughly before assessing the stain removal results.
• In case of medium or large surfaces, remove all residues - wet or dry - with a broom or a damp mop, until all excesses have been eliminated. Wipe the surface with a slightly damp cloth or mop and wait for it to dry thoroughly before assessing the stain removal results.
• If the finished result is not satisfactory, repeat the product application process as described above, or decide on the need to sand the surface beforehand. If the stain is mixed in origin, it may be a good idea also to use another type of stain remover.
• When working to remove more complex, deeper stains from natural stone, such as damp and yellow stains, it may be necessary to pass over the surface with a mechanical polisher to increase the surface absorption and therefore, the penetration of the stain remover, for more effective results.

• The depth of polishing will depend on the extent of stain penetrations.
For very deep stains, you may need to work with a lower grain size.
This preliminary operation will achieve a much deeper extraction in far less time.
• We always recommend that, before using stain remover on large areas, you perform a preliminary test to see whether or not it is necessary to use a mechanical polisher on the surface beforehand. Once the stain has been removed, pass over the surface until it has the required shine.


Preparation of mixture
  • Pour OXIDANT into a bucket or suitable container and add slowly and gradually FABER POULTICE to it while mixing using a spatula, a spoon, or any other suitable tool.
  • Continue adding FABER POULTICE until a creamy and slurry consistency is achieved.
  • Add more FABER POULTICE if the mixture is too liquid or instead add OXIDANT if the compound has too much dense consistency.
Application of mixture
  • Once the compound has reached a suitable consistency, apply it directly to the surface.
  • Apply a thick and even layer to cover the area completely.
  • In case of long and difficult stain extractions, to increase the stain-removers action, the mixture can be covered with a plastic film until removal.
  • If you choose to cover the compound, once the extraction has been done, make sure to uncover it and let it dry before brushing the residues on the surface.
  • For small areas, the borders of the plastic film can be fixed with scotch or adhesive tape. If not possible, is sufficient to cover the compound with a film without fixing the borders.
  • Do not apply the adhesive tape to the area covered with the product, but apply the tape on the borders of the plastic film.
Opening to floor traffic

After rinsing the surface with water, wait for the floor to dry completely before opening to foot traffic.


OXIDANT develops active oxygen when used and therefore it must only be used alone. NEVER mix it with other chemicals.
• Never apply the product to wet surfaces.
• Do not apply the product to overly heated surfaces.
• Do not apply the product when there is an imminent risk of rain or frost, or in the presence of mist.
• While applying the product the surface must not be exposed to direct sunlight.
• Apply the product to surfaces at temperatures of between +5 and +40°C
• When using on recently laid or grouted surfaces, wait for the grout to cure completely.
• To achieve an even result, we recommend applying the stain remover by treating areas that are larger than the single stained portions, such as a whole tile or room. This area can be decided according to the size and spread of the stain.
• Before applying the product to the whole surface, it is recommended to take a preliminary test on a small, unexposed area or unused piece of material to check its suitability.

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