Deep cleaning for Indoor Evaporator Coils
Heat transfer is the process that must occur for the unit to remove heat from indoor environments. When coils are dirty it slows down and inhibits heat transfer. Clean, debris-free coils save energy and keep the unit running efficiently.
Clean Bond was developed to remove debris and oil deposits faster, with less work.
Breakup Tough Buildup with Clean Bond
Clean Bond is a cleaner and molecular degreaser in one. It’s professional strength, working at the chemical level to isolate then bond with oil deposits and small particles. This molecular action breaks up dirt and grime, making tough jobs easier.
Clean Bond was developed specifically for the dirtiest of HVAC environments. It’s easy to use, commercial strength, plus, it’s gentle on coils and fins.
Clean Bond is easy to use
That's it, Coils are clean and ready to work.
Clean Bond is available from .5oz single use to quart or gallon sizes. One gallon cleans up to 400 sq ft. .5oz cleans a 2-ton air handler.
We recommened coating clean coils with First Strike Micro Coat to prevent buildup and protect against mildew.
Get the most out of AC units by keeping indoor evaporator coils clean with Clean Bond and First Strike Micro Coat
To purchase Clean Bond, Email us to be connected with a distributor.
Review our other Coil Maintenance products here
Clean Bond Technical Information
Clean Bond is a dynamic cleaner that serves all aspects of metal preperation
It was engineered to help remove debris and oil deposits faster with less back-breaking work
See Material Safety Data Sheets for more detailed information
Clean Bond Instructions
- Run the AC unit continuously for 15 to 30 minutes.
- Mix Clean Bond concentrate with water about 15 minutes before you're ready to begin. Spray bottle is included. 8oz of Clean Bond mixes with about 16oz of water (fill up the included spray bottle).
- Shake the mixture. For optimal cleaning allow clean bond mixture to sit for 15 minutes
- Turn the AC unit to FAN ONLY. Having the fan on, with pull Clean Bond deeper into coils.
- Spray mixture onto coils. 8oz of mixture cleans a 2-ton air handler. 16oz cleans a 5-ton air handler. Excessively dirty units may need to be cleaned twice.
- Now turn the unit completely off. Allow Clean Bond degreasing solution to sit on coils for 3-5 minutes.
- Turn the fan back on.
- Rinse: Spray 1 pint (16oz) of clean water onto the coils. Allow the AC to run. If foam is still seen in the drip pan after 15-30 minutes, then repeat with another 16oz rinse.
- Treat coils with First Strike Micro Coat to keep evaporator coils buildup free and mildew resistant all year long.