Thermocal Neutralizer is a naturally reprecipitated product derived from hot water springs which reach temperatures of 138 degrees. The hot water springs give unique characteristics such as which color, soft composition, and a fast reaction time.
For use in stalls or hutches designated for cattle and calves. For best results, clean area and apply Thermocal Neutralizer to the ground before adding new bedding. May also be applied to existing bedding. Apply 1 lb per 9 square feet. Use heavier on wet or urinated areas.
WET MIXING RATE AND APPLICATION:
Mix 50 lbs of Thermocal Neutralizer in 5-7 gallons of water. The mixture should have a paint-like consistency. The mixing rate may change slightly depending on the type of applicator used. For example, when using a backpack sprayer, the mixing rate should be 50 lbs of Stall Sorb to 10 gallons of water. The thicker the mixture is, the better the coverage will be. If the coverage is too thin, another coat may been need to be applied.
When applying Thermocal Neutralizer to plastic, good coverage is necessary, but a very thick coat may cause the product to flake off. When applying to wood or cement, it is okay to apply a thick, heavy coat. The coating will extend the life of the wooden hutch. A wooden calf pen with the following dimensions, 2.5 ft wide x 3 ft high x 8 ft long, will require approximately 5-7 lbs of Thermocal Neutralizer. A residue of Thermocal Neutralizer will remain from a previous application so there is no need to power wash the stall before a second application. Therefore the Thermocal Neutralizer usage will drop to 3-4 lbs for the second application.