Denatured Alcohol is used in various aspects of industry. Denatured Alcohol is used in the paint and coatings manufacturing process. This solvent can be used for many reasons such as paint and coating clean-up for tools and accessories, paint thinning, coating, re-emulsification for the purpose of fixing faulty applications or conditions, etc.
Key Features and Typical Benefits:
Superior cleaning capabilities and re-emulsification properties of solvent based coatings.
Excellent options for thinning many solvent based sealers.
Dry times vary for many different applications.
Precautions and Limitations:
- This product will not freeze during storage, however, allow temperature to rise to 50°F prior to application.
- All HVAC ventilation ducts should be somehow blocked prior to application so solvent fumes are not distributed.
- Keep away from open flames. Product is flammable and is very susceptible to ignition.
- This product may affect the surface of many new and existing concrete slabs. Test prior to use.
- This product is harmful if swallowed. Abide by recommended safety guidelines.
- This product is not a stripper and may not emulsify acrylic, epoxy, urethane, or any other coating.
- This product does not make existing coatings resistant to brake fluid, gasoline, and many similar products.
SOLVENT VAPORS ARE HEAVIER THAN AIR AND MAY TRAVEL ALONG THE GROUND OR MAY BE MOVED BY VENTILATION AND IGNITED BY PILOT LIGHTS, OTHER FLAMES, SPARKS, HEATERS, SMOKING, ELECTRIC MOTORS, STATIC DISCHARGE, OR OTHER IGNITION SOURCES AT LOCATIONS DISTANT FROM MATERIAL HANDLING POINT.