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Chemical component of wax kleen

Does anyone know what is the main chemical component of Wax Kleen? I
live in Buenos Aires, cannot find this product here and am not
allowed to bring it back from the US on the plane with me.

Thank you.

What do you use ‘Wax Kleen’ for?
What kind of wax do you use?

KPK

Wax Kleen is used to remove light scratches, parting lines, and for
polishing waxes…At Stuller we use the turquoise injection wax
21-0402

Chris

What do you use 'Wax Kleen' for? What kind of wax do you use? 

Lighter fluid works.

Richard Hart G.G.
Denver, Co.

Does anyone know what is the main chemical component of Wax Kleen? 

d-limonene is the stuff. Might be hard to find short of bulk
chemical suppliers, but it is the major ingrediant in a number of
consumer cleaning products… the ones which smell (reek) of oranges,
often advertised as good for removing label gum or crayon marks.

jeffD
Demand Designs
Analog/Digital Modelling & Goldsmithing
http://www.gmavt.net/~jdemand

You can find the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) here:
http://www.gesswein.com/catalog/techinfo/msds/pdfs/Wax_Kleen.pdf

Mike DeBurgh, GJG
Alliance, OH