Wax-Based Floor & Mop Treatment
A modern wax base dust mop treatment formulated for use on all mops and floor surfaces, to increase mopping efficiency, reduce dust, and decrease floor wear. Manufactured from special dust absorbing waxes activated with humectants, safe solvent cleaners, emulsifiers and air fresheners, designed to stay active longer.Code: 0702Packaging: 55 Gal. Drum; 5 Gal. Pail; 4 x 1 Gal./Case
- High temp stability>125°F
- Low temp stability< 30°F
- Specific Gravity (g/cc)0.97 ± 0.01
- Density (Ibs/gal)8.0 ± 0.1
- Dust absorbencyVery high
- Slip hazardLow
- Flash pointNot available
- Fire hazardNone
- Safe cleaning solventsYes
- Shelf Life1 year minimum in original unopened container
DocumentationTechnical Data Sheet WAC TDS English GHS.pdf Safety Data Sheet WAC SDS English.pdf Miscellaneous Documents WAC (Undiluted) GHS Secondary Label 6 up.pdf
Use a new or clean mop that is free of oil and dust. Apply approximately 2 oz. of WAC™ for each six inches of mop. Sprinkle into the mop yarn, then apply an additional 2 oz. into mop base to assure even distribution. After each use, shake loose dirt from mop and repeat treatment. Do not reuse mop until it has been rinsed, allowed to dry, and then retreated as above for use.
FOR DUST CLOTHS: Saturate with WAC™, wring out excess, and allow to dry before use. Wash with soap or detergent solution, rinse, and dry before reuse.
NOTE: For best results, floors should be dust mopped daily, or more often in very dirty areas.
Features & Benefits
- Water soluble
- Allows for easy clean-up and laundering
- Protects and beautifies
- Saves labor while producing a clean environment
- Removes loose soil and dirt
- Decreases floor wear
- Wax base formula
- Highly absorbent yet economical
- Non flammable
- Provides safe use, contact and storage.
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KEEP OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN
Prevention: Observe good industrial hygiene practices.
Response: Wash hands after handling.
Storage: Store away from incompatible materials.
Disposal: Dispose of waste and residues in accordance with local authority requirements.
This product is not known to be a "Hazardous Chemical" as defined by the OSHA Hazard Communication Standard, 29 CFR 1910.1200. All components are on the U.S. EPA TSCA Inventory List.
Additional safety measures:
Read the entire label and SDS before using this product, and for additional first aid measures. SDS for this product is available under the Documents tab.