Clean-N-Dip 655G1 1 gal. Safe Removal Concentrate for Spray Guns, Tips and Other Accessories Manual

Clean-N-Dip 655G1 1 gal. Safe Removal Concentrate for Spray Guns, Tips and Other Accessories Manual
 Product Number: 655 Product Name: Clean-­‐N-­‐Dip Concentrate USE AND SAFETY INFORMATION Directions: A. Types of parts: Clean-­‐N-­‐Dip is designed for metal parts. It should not be used on most plastics, although it will not affect nylon/plastic found on most tip guards, tips, and filters. Do NOT use on rubber parts. Some rubber “O-­‐rings” can be affected by Clean-­‐N-­‐Dip, although it will not affect Teflon, Neoprene, Buna n or Viton. B. Types of coatings removed: Clean-­‐N-­‐Dip can remove most common household paints and varnishes which are water-­‐based and oil-­‐based including latex, alkyds, stains, enamels, lacquers, and clear paints, as well as most difficult coatings such as epoxy. C. Equipment: Clean-­‐N-­‐Dip should be used in this container or one made of HDPE plastic, steel, or stainless steel. The included parts basket is helpful in removing paint from the stripping solution. The paint removed from your parts will settle in the bottom of the bucket for disposal. D. Instructions: In a clean 5 gallon pail, add 1 gallon of Clean-­‐N-­‐Dip to 2 gallons of water. Stir thoroughly with mixing stick or paddle before every use. Drop parts to be cleaned in the Clean-­‐N-­‐Dip solution. Time of the stripping will depend on the type of paint being removed, the number of layers of material, and the temperature of the paint remover. Stripping time may vary from minutes to overnight depending on the type and build up of paint and temperature of the liquid. To determine if the items have been stripped, use a chemical resistant rubber glove to periodically lift the parts bucket out of the container. In many cases the paint will separate from the parts and be collected in the bottom of the pail. In other cases it will be necessary to remove loosened paint with a wire brush, stiff bristle brush, or scrub pad. This can be done over the dipping container or over a separate container. Final clean up or removal of any residual paint can be accomplished using compressed air or a water wash. Keep container sealed when not in use to minimize evaporation. Dispose of in accordance with local, state, and federal regulations. Reusing Clean-­‐N-­‐Dip: Clean-­‐N-­‐Dip is a slow evaporating product and will not be contaminated by paint and may be reused. CAUTIONS: CONTAINS BENZYL ALCOHOL. Do not transfer to unlabeled containers. May cause eye and skin irritation on contact. WARNING: THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS CHEMICALS KNOWN TO THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA TO CAUSE CANCER AND BIRTH DEFECTS, OR OTHER REPRODUCTIVE HARM. Safety & First Aid: Rubber gloves and safety glasses are recommended for eye and skin protection. Avoid eye contact. If eye contact occurs, immediately flush with plenty of water for 15 minutes. Avoid prolonged and repeated contact with skin. If skin contact occurs, wash with soap and water. Do not take internally. If swallowed do not induce vomiting. Give 1 or 2 glasses of water and call a physician immediately. Provide adequate ventilation in confined areas. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. California SCAQMD Rule 443.1:Max. VOC 501 g/L; Max Vapor Presssure of VOC: 0.1 mm Hg. Non-­‐photochemically Reactive. Less than 50% VOC. 
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