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Chemical component of wax kleen


#1

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.


#2

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

KPK


#3

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


#4
What do you use 'Wax Kleen' for? What kind of wax do you use? 

Lighter fluid works.

Richard Hart G.G.
Denver, Co.


#5
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


#6

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