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dyma >> Housekeeping

  heavy duty alkaline solvent cleaner
description Heavy duty general purpose hard surface cleaner Powerful dual action formula Removes ingrained dirt and grease
application Dymapower can be used on nonporous surfaces such as floors, walls and work tops.
directions For removal of heavy deposits of oil and grease, we recommend a dilution of 1 part DYMAPOWER with about 10 parts of water. The diluted DYMAPOWER may be sprayed or mopped onto the surface to be cleaned. If possible, the surface should be scrubbed and the residue removed by rinsing with plenty of water. For cleaning very heavily soiled unpolished floors, we recommend a dilution of 1 part DYMAPOWER with 20 parts of water. A rotary scrubbing machine should be used for this application and the residue must be removed completely by rinsing with plenty of water.
  Composition   A blend of anionic ans nonionic sufactants and water misable solvents
  Appearance   Clear liquid
  Colour   Colourless
  Cloud Point   >60
  Density   1.080
  pH   >13.5
  Fragrance   Slight solvent
  Stability   2 years in a unopened container
Biodegradability All surfactants contained in Selden Products meet the requirements of the EU Detergent Directive 2005 2004/648/EC. This requires all surfactants to break down both quickly and completely into harmless material such as CO2 and water.
  Flashpoint   >100
Product is for professional use only.



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