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Amono Pine, case of 4 gallons

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Amono Pine (02 AP) case of 4 gallons

Pine oil is a clear, colorless to light amber, colored liquid, and is produced from the wood of pine trees by extraction or steam distillation. Amono Pine contains 10% pine oil cleaner plus ammonia, producing a fast-acting deodorizing cleaner that cuts grease and dirt. Apply with microfiber cloth, mopping system, or auto-scrubber. PPE is recommended.

Amono Pine is ideal for heavy-duty applications. Use to mop floors and to remove grease, mold and mildew. This pine oil and ammonia cleaner is ideal as a general deodorizer and cleaner for toilets, bathrooms, restroom surfaces, shower stalls, and similar surfaces.

Phosphate free.

Specs:
pH: 9.0
SPECIFIC GRAVITY: 0.96 - 0.98
COLOR: Amber
ODOR: Pine / Ammonia


MSDS available after purchasing.
  • Model: 02 AP
  • FLS






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