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Orange Clean

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Orange Clean (02 OC)

As a natural citrus degreaser and deodorizer, this solvent based product was formulated to outperform petroleum degreasers. It can be used on concrete floors, equipment, engine parts, bilge, and metal surfaces. Orange Clean emulsifies grease, oils, and fats without the use of organic halides, and can be used on concrete floors, equipment, engine parts, bilge, and metal surfaces. The citrus by-products in this industrial strength degreaser have a strong natural fragrance. Apply with microfiber cloth or mopping system. PPE is recommended.

Ideal for removing grease, oil, tar, asphalt, adhesives, printing inks, tire marks, and soap scum. This product is also an efficient drain maintainer and deodorizer.

Orange Clean leaves a citrus scent, is phosphate free, and can be used for heavy duty applications.

Specs:
pH: 6.5
SPECIFIC GRAVITY: 1.005
COLOR: Orange
ODOR: Citrus


Dilution amounts vary as follows:
1:60 Light Duty
1:30 Medium Duty
1:10 Heavy Duty
1:1 Extra Heavy Duty

Availability:
1 gal
4/1 gal (case)
5 gal pail
30 gal drum (add 3-5 days)
55 gal drum (add 3-5 days)
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MSDS sheet available after purchase.
  • Model: 02 OC
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