Snell Ceramic Cleaner
image47 Snell Ceramic Cleaner is a solution for daily cleaning the bathrooms. Non-corrosive in nature, green acid formulation cleans the lime scales and effectively removes calcium, magnesium, rust and other hard water deposits.

Snell Ceramic Cleaner contains strong organic acid that is completely non-oxidising. It is also a very eco-friendly product. It is low on carbon content and is easily degradable. It is odourless and removes scaling better as compared to hydrochloric acid and formic acid. It is stronger than citric acid and so can be used in lower concentration. It is more powerful as compared to sulfamic acid in removing lime scales. It is less corrosive in nature, unlike sulfamic, phosphoric and hydrochloride acids.


  • Appearance: Liquid
  • Colour: Green
  • Odour: Pine
  • Detergency: Excellent
  • Foaming: Low Foam
  • Solubility: Complete with water
  • Rinsing Properties: Excellent
  • Corrosion Factor: Non-corrosive
  • PH: Two (2)
  • Biodegradable: All ingredients are biodegradable


  • Fit to be used on ceramic surfaces including stainless steel and chrome plated surfaces.
  • Do not use on enamel and marble surfaces.


  • Less corrosive.
  • Removes hard water deposits.
  • Removes lime scale.
  • Can be used on porcelain and chrome and safe on metal fixtures, sinks, faucets and showers.
  • Suitable for general bathroom cleaning.
  • Removes odours and freshens the surface.


Snell Ceramic Cleaner can be used in its same form or in diluted form as the requirement may be. Apply the liquid on the surface by means of a brush. Stubborn stains might require aggressive cleaning. Once done, rinse with cold water.


if the liquid enters the eyes, immediately clean the eyes with water for at least 15 mins. Contact a physician if the irritation persists.
Body Contact:
Remove the affected clothes. Wash the affected area with clean water and call a physician if the irritation persists.
Do not induce vomiting. Immediately drink water in large quantities and call a physician if the problem persists.
Move out and breathe in fresh air. Seek medical attention if the problem persists.