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STAINLESS STEEL CARE SPRAY 400 mL

893.121 - UNSPSC 47131817
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Cleaning and care emulsion for metallic surfaces

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Technical Information

Contents 400 ml
EAN 4050641115799

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Benefits & Advantage

Gentle, creamy emulsion with cleaning effect
Dirt, polishing and wiping streaks, as well as oily fingerprints are removed thoroughly
Suitable for use on vertical surfaces
AOX- and silicone-free

Instructions

Remove coarse dirt with Stainless Steel Power Cleaner, Art. No. 893.1212. Spray a thin coat onto the dry surface and thoroughly wipe off with a soft cloth.

Notices

Do not spray onto hot surfaces and do not apply in direct sunlight. This information is only a recommendation based on our experience. Preliminary testing required.

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Review(s)

2020-11-26
Parfait pour stainless et surface métallique....j’en mets même sur mes pare-chocs de voiture antique!
2020-10-26
Bon
2020-09-08
Great service with Tommy Tremblay my new Wurth Rep

Questions & Answers

Q: Would it be possible to find out if the 893.121 maintenance stainless steel can be used on surfaces that would come into contact with food? The label says “do not” use on food contact surfaces and is it also states thoroughly rinse food contact surfaces with potable water before re-exposing food or packaging November 24, 2020
A: Thank you for your inquiry, to answer your question if our 893.121 Stainless Steel Care Cleaner can be used on food contact surfaces the answer is yes. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency CFIA has approved this product for direct contact surfaces. It is important to note however the “DO NOT use on food contact surfaces” can be a little tricky. This text is standardizing, and provided by CFIA in the regulations, however, if you go on to read the additional directions CFIA explains that the product can be re-exposed or re-introduced to the surface once the surface has been diluted with water. The reason for the water is because, at the end of the day, the cleaner is still a chemical and in order to best bring the surface to its neutral state CFIA would like water applied to remove any remnants of any cleaning product.