1. This bottle contains Ledizolv® concentrate. Prepare a 2% solution by adding concentrated Ledizolv® to water as follows: 4 teaspoons to 1 quart of water, 1/3 cup to 1 gallon of water, one cup to 3 gallons of water, 1½ cups to 5 gallons of water, or 1 gallon to 49 gallons of water to make a total of 50 gallons.
  2. Wear rubber gloves. Clean and remove all toys, rugs and belongings from the room.
  3. Use a HEPA vacuum (High Efficiency Particle Air Filter) or equivalent to vacuum all surfaces prior to cleaning.
  4. Clean and rinse all hard surfaces by any of the means below (A, B, C or D). Work from top to the bottom starting at the farthest point from the exit of the room. Clean and rinse all walls, window components, vents, baseboards, floors, other surfaces and crevices. Clean and rinse a small area at a time before doing next area. Avoid re-contaminating clean areas while working.

A) Container, rinse bucket and clean rags:

Wet cleaning rag with 2% solution from the container and wipe surfaces until clean. Re-fold cleaning rag periodically to expose fresh rag for cleaning. Rinse cleaning rag in clean rinse water before re-wetting in 2% solution. Change and dispose of rinse water and rags when dirty. Rinse surface with fresh water and new rag.

B) Spray bottle, rinse bucket and clean rags:

Spray 2% solution on surface and wipe off with rinse water rag. Dispose of rinse water and rags when dirty, at least once per room.

C) Mop and 2 buckets:

Use disposable string mop heads. Mop floor with 2% solution. Wring mop in clean rinse water bucket before repeating. Change and dispose of rinse water and mop heads when dirty. Do a final rinse using fresh water.

D) For porous and other hard-to-clean surfaces:

Use hot water to mix the 2% solution. Scrub surfaces. Allow 5 to 10 minutes for the solution to soak before rinsing. Pre-clean very dirty areas with a heavy duty or degreasing detergent.

For lead dust control, surfaces should be smooth and cleanable. Inspect and re-clean surfaces frequently. Have periodic professional lead dust sampling performed to determine cleaning frequency. Weekly cleaning may be required.


Dangerous lead in dust can come from lead-based paint, household items, lead-contaminated soil, lead pollution and lead related jobs and hobbies. The most common cause of lead poisoning is ingestion of leaded dust from deteriorated lead-based paint. Repair paint before cleaning. To learn about the steps you should take to control lead hazards call 800-532-3394. Use Ledizolv®to clean surfaces according to a hazard control specification from a lead hazard professional, or call 800-245-2691 to obtain a copy of the “Guidelines for the Evaluation and Control of Lead-Based Paint Hazards in Housing”. Consult a doctor if you suspect you or a family member has been exposed to lead.


Ingestion of leaded dust can cause lead poisoning, particularly from hand to mouth activities. It is therefore critical to wear rubber gloves and to avoid splashing used liquids during any lead clean-up. Children and pregnant women should avoid all lead clean-up activities. Hands, face and exposed skin must be fully washed before eating, smoking or taking a break. Used Ledizolv®solution, rinse water, soiled clothing, rags, mops and cleaning supplies may contain dangerous lead. Wear rubber gloves. Wash buckets, containers and soiled clothes. Do not take internally. Consult a doctor if ingested. May be hazardous waste. Contact federal, state, local environmental, sewage or health agencies for their disposal regulations. Dispose of in accordance with their regulations. Where usually permitted, households may dispose of solid waste in taped closed plastic bags and liquid waste flushed only down the toilet. Professionals should dispose of waste according to the specification or guidelines.

Warranty Notice: Seller makes no warranty, expressed or implied, nor accepts responsibility for any damages beyond the purchase price.