Muriatic acid is a strong acid cleaner used on masonry surfaces to clean stains. With proper use, it removes stains when other cleaners fail. If the acid comes in contact with skin, wash it away with large amounts of wat... 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 »

Muriatic acid is one of the most common simple strong acids, and it has a wide array of uses as a chemical reagent, sanitizer and general cleanser. Also known as hydrochloric acid, it is used in the manufacture of synthe... 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 »

According to Clorox.com, Clorox bleach can be used to clean driveways and other concrete surfaces. However, it is best to test each concrete surface with a small amount of bleach to ensure that the surface can safely be ... More »

Battery acid stains may be removed from concrete by cleaning the area, covering the stain with a cleaning agent like acid or bleach, letting it sit and then rinsing away the cleaning agent. It is safest to try a milder c... More »

Hydrochloric acid — also known as muriatic acid — is a strong acid, while carbonic acid is a weak acid. The chemical formula for hydrochloric acid is HCl. The formula for carbonic acid is H2CO3. More »