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Marine Clean (02 MC)

Tackle tough bilge cleaning tasks with this biodegradable, synthetic detergent and surfactant. Marine Clean is formulated for use with either salt or fresh water, and works as both a cleaner and degreaser. Add product to existing bilge water before driving the boat; natural sloshing motion will agitate and clean bilge compartment. For areas without water, apply product with hand mitt, cloth, or scrubbing brush. Personal Protective Equipment is recommended.

Ideal for cleaning oil, grease, sludge, diesel fuel, and gasoline typically found in the bilge. Follow all shore regulations concerning bilge disposal.

Marine Clean comes in concentrated form. Concentrated formulas are an economical option for consumers because they are manufactured using fewer resources. However, care should be taken by the end-user to ensure the solution is properly mixed, thus creating a product capable of performing as described. Refer to product label for further instructions.

Specs:
pH: 12.3 + 0.3
SPECIFIC GRAVITY: 1.042
COLOR: Clear red
ODOR: Sassafras

Dilution:
1:50 Light Duty
1:20 Medium Duty
1:10 Heavy Duty
1:5 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)

Manufacturer: Snee Chemical Company
Model#: 02 MC
Shipping Weight: 9lbs (1 gal) | 40lbs (case) | 45lbs (5 gal) | 490lbs (55 gal)

Material Safety Data Sheets available after purchasing.
  • Model: 02 MC
  • FLS






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