A long lasting treatment to clean air conditioning systems and overcome bad odours
- How to use
- Safety Data Sheets
The simple lock and leave application will clean the entire air conditioning system in under 20 minutes.
Pro Tip: re-treat the vehicle every six months, or after extended periods of inactivity.
1. Aerosol should be at room temperature before use. Ensure all windows and doors are closed and start the engine.
2. Switch on the air conditioning system, set to low temperature, intermediate blower speed and internal circulation. Ensure face level fascia vents are open. Run engine for 5-10 minutes.
3. Shake the aerosol can well. Fold in the perforated panels of the carton and place the aerosol can at a 40 degree angle. Avoid pointing the aerosol at the carpet. Position the carton far forward in the passenger side footwell and leave the aerosol facing into the footwell. Depress trigger into the lock-down position. Exit vehicle and close doors.
4. Once the can is fully discharged, allow the system to run for a further 5 minutes then switch off the engine and open all doors/windows fully to ventilate the vehicle. Leave doors/windows open and allow the vehicle to air for 5-10 minutes.
Q: How long does it take to clean my air-conditioner using Air-Con Cleaner?
A: The simple lock and leave application will clean the entire air conditioning system in under 20 minutes.
Q: How often should I clean my air-con system?
A: We would recommend re-treating with Air-Con Cleaner every six months or after a long period of inactivity.
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