Where Can I use ZOOM?
You can use ZOOM on pretty much any outdoor item including:
Car, truck – all exterior surfaces. ZOOM is very effective at removing road salt, road gunge & grime, bugs, bird droppings etc.
Brake dust and road salt & grime from tires and rims
Street bikes – bugs, road grime, brake dust, bird droppings etc.
ATV & Dirt bike – mud, dirt, grime, etc.
Farm Equipment & Heavy equipment
RV’s, Motorhomes & Campers, including Trailer Park units
Cottage- Composite decks, Concrete Patios, Outdoor Furniture, Siding, Soffits, Windows etc.
House siding, soffits and fascia, stucco, windows etc.
Concrete floors, sidewalks etc.
Lawn & garden furniture and equipment
Pretty much any outdoor metal, painted, rubber, or plastic, surface
ZOOM is effective at removing dirt, mud, road grime, mildew, algae, black weather stains, tree dirt and pollen off most surfaces. It also works well at removing dead bugs from the front of road vehicles and trailers. It is generally safe** on all outdoor surfaces, when used as directed (see** below).
Simply mix with water to desired ratio, spray it on surface to be cleaned, allow to soak 30 seconds to a minute, lightly agitate with the soft brush, sponge or mitt, then simply rinse with water.
ZOOM concentrate can be mixed in a small spray bottle for small jobs, or for larger jobs and general use, a weed sprayer works very well. ZOOM can be safely stored in the sprayer for an extended period of time.
On large surfaces, work in sections to prevent ZOOM from drying on the surface.
A high pressure washer, ie. 1500 to 2000psi and over, may sometimes be enough to remove all dirt and film without the need for agitation.
**If uncertain on a specific surface, always test in an inconspicous area, before cleaning the entire area.
Keep from freezing and store out of direct sunlight. ZOOM is not marketed or sold as a degreaser.
Is ZOOM a degreaser?
ZOOM is not sold or marketed as a degreaser. ZOOM is designed for removing outdoor dirt & grime from vehicles, buildings, outdoor items, etc. (See uses above) That being said, ZOOM is sometimes effective on certain light oil and/or grease residue.
What ratio should I mix ZOOM concentrate and water?
For most applications, a mix of somewhere between 10:1 and 30:1 will work fine.
Occasionally, a slightly stronger mix may be needed, such as 8:1 or 6:1.
For lighter jobs, dilution rates up to 100:1. Simply go as strong or light as needed for your application.
Suggested Ratios for common jobs:
Dirtbike/ATV 10:1 to 20:1 (see videos)
Car/Truck – Heavy road grime/bugs/winter grime, salt, brake dust etc. 10:1 to 30:1 (see videos)
Car/truck – Light road grime, mild dirt or dust. 30:1 to 60:1
Streetbike – 10:1 to 30:1. Stronger for heavy insect removal/heavy brake dust. Lighter for just road grime.
Camper/RV/Motorhome – Heavy grime/bugs/black streaks/etc. (see videos) 10:1 to 20:1. Lighter cleaning on RV’s etc. 20:1 to 30:1.
Tractor/Heavy Equipment – 10:1 to 20:1
Aluminum Soffits/Eavestroughs/fascia 10:1 to 20:1
I bought ZOOM in a spray bottle. Do I dilute it?
No. The ZOOM that is sold in the 1 liter spray bottles is already pre-mixed at 10:1 for you convenience. No further mixing is required. Diluting it further may cause ZOOM to lose effectiveness, depending on what is being cleaned.
How long should ZOOM stay on the surface before agitation or rinsing?
I bought ZOOM Concentrate. What is the best way to apply it?
ZOOM can be applied in the following ways:
A pump-up garden weed sprayer (Efficient, portable and easy)
Power washer with a detergent tank
Handheld spray bottle
Mop and pail (least efficient)
What surfaces and materials can I use ZOOM on?
Do I need to agitate ZOOM with a soft brush etc. if I'm using a power washer?
How do I store ZOOM?
Keep from freezing.