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Lemon Scented Odorless Ammonia

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Lemon Scented Odorless Ammonia, Case of 4 Gallons (02 OA) (Comparable to Parsons Brand)

This all-purpose cleaner retains the power of heavy duty household ammonia without the pungent smell. Use this sudsy, lemon-scented cleaner for general cleaning, painted surfaces, wood, glass, and mirrors. Odorless Ammonia can also be used to remove built-up floor wax. Apply with microfiber cloth, mopping system, or auto-scrubber.

Used to clean linoleum and vinyl floors, ceramic or plastic tile, makes floors glisten and removes scuff marks! Cleans painted walls and woodwork without dulling the surface. Removes built up floor wax. Cleans windows and mirrors. Can also be used in laundry.

Odorless Ammonia has a refreshing lemon scent. It is phosphate free, and can be used on light to medium surface soils depending upon dilution amount.

Do not store Ammonia next to Bleach or Acidic products, and never mix Ammonia with other chemicals.

Specs:
pH: 11.82
SPECIFIC GRAVITY: 1.068
COLOR: Clear yellow
ODOR: Lemon
Ethanol, 2-amino: 5-10% 6 ppm Per MSDS


Availability:
4/1 gal (case)
30 gal drum (add 3-5 days)
55 gal drum (add 3-5 days)

MSDS available upon request.
  • Model: 02 OA
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Lemon Scented Odorless Ammonia

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