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Citrus Solvent

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Product Description

Citrus Solvent is a natural citrus oil d-Limonene cleaner, degreaser and deodorant was formulated to out perform petroleum based degreasers. Use to emulsify grease, oils and fats quickly and without the use of organic halides. This product is an efficient drain maintainer and deodorizer. The citrus by-products in this degreaser have a strong natural fragrant deodorizing effect. Ideal for degreasing concrete floors, equipment, engine parts, bilge and metal surfaces. This product will remove grease, oil, tar, asphalt, adhesives, printing inks, tire marks and soap scum. This product is very concentrated. It is commonly used in cleaning up oil and tar, mechanic work spaces, crime scenes, and fire department equipment after use.

Specs:
pH: 8.30
SPECIFIC GRAVITY: 1.025
COLOR: Light yellow
ODOR: Citrus


Dilutions for surface cleaning: Light Duty - 64:1, Medium Duty - 32:1, Heavy Duty - 16:1, Extra Heavy Duty - 8:1. Phosphate free.

This product is available in the following sizes:
1 gallon
4/1 gallon case
5 gallon pail
55 gallon drum (3-5 day additional handling time)
Pallet of 36 (qty), 5 gallon pails (3-5 day additional handling time)
Pallet of 48 (qty), 4/1 gallon cases (3-5 day additional handling time)


MSDS sheet available after purchase.
  • Model: 02 CS
  • FLS






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