Brick can be cleaned by mixing muriatic acid and water, brushing or spraying the mixture on the bricks and then rinsing it off. Avoid any skin contact with the mixture. More »

Proper disposal of muriatic acid is carried out by mixing it with a 10 percent sodium carbonate solution to neutralize it. However, muriatic acid is a hazardous substance, so it's a good idea to check with your local haz... More »

Muriatic acid cleans soap scum and hard water deposits on grout and tile. To use muriatic acid as a cleaner, dilute the acid with five parts water for one part acid. Apply the mixture in small circles over the tile with ... More »

Proper disposal of muriatic acid is carried out by mixing it with a 10 percent sodium carbonate solution to neutralize it. However, muriatic acid is a hazardous substance, so it's a good idea to check with your local haz... More »

To clean cement off of bricks, wipe it with a wet sponge, apply muriatic acid, chisel off the cement, and apply sealant. The supplies you need for this one-hour process are rubber gloves, protective clothing, water, buck... More »

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To clean brick efflorescence, gather the necessary tools including a hard bristled brush, garden hose, baking soda and muriatic acid. Thoroughly rinse the area of brick effected by the efflorescence with a hose. Use the ... More »

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As long as an excessive amount of acid has not been used, swimming can resume about half an hour after muriatic acid is added to a pool. After four hours, the pH level of the pool can be retested, and more muriatic acid ... More »