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Glass Cleaner with Ammonia

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Glass Cleaner with Ammonia

Sold by the case of 12 (qty), 19 oz cans.

This glass cleaner contains ammonia and quickly dissolves grease, dirt, grime, and smudges from glass surfaces. Its foaming formula clings to vertical surfaces, allowing for easy removal of soil. Glass Cleaner with Ammonia doesn't leave streaks or residue, and it won't drip or run when sprayed. Apply to cleaning surface, allow dwell time, and wipe away with microfiber cloth or squeegee. PPE is recommended.

Glass Cleaner with Ammonia has a mild perfumed odor.

Ideal for mirrors and windows. Use to clean windshields, showcases, chrome, ceramic tile, stainless steel, and other hard surfaces that are known to be made of glass or materials that are safe for ammonia.

Glass Cleaner with Ammonia is a non-abrasive aerosol that does not contain alcohol or silicone. It has been premixed in exacting proportions during manufacturing, so you never have to measure or mix, or risk using a solution that's too strong to be safe or too weak to be effective. Aerosol products allow you to spray the exact amount you need, thereby minimizing waste.

Availability: 12/case (19 ounce cans)
Manufacturer: Chase Products Co.
Model#: CHA 5151
Shipping Weight: 15.25 lbs

MSDS available after purchasing.
  • Model: CHA 5151
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