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TotalBoat Eco Solvent
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Eco Solvent Gallon
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TotalBoat Eco Solvent Customer Questions and Answers

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Can I use this to clean my garage floor that we epoxy painted to clean off grease etc.?

Asked on 08/14/2017 by Judybug from New Jersey

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Yes, that should work well.

Answered on 12/12/2017 by JD Tech Team
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Oil Eater might be a better alternative for that.

Answered on 02/17/2020 by anonymous
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The ad mentions how states are restricting solvents for various purposes like cleaning up uncured epoxy, but then doesn't list epoxy as one of the substances this product removes. Does it?

Asked on 09/02/2020 by Mike from Nevada

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Yes.

Answered on 09/23/2020 by Paul
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Can this product be used instead of acetone to prep a Kevlar canoe for installation of keel skid plates?

Asked on 09/02/2020 by Mark from Rochester, MN

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Yes.

Answered on 09/23/2020 by Paul
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Does this remove wax residue from cured epoxy?

Asked on 03/27/2020 by Dyk from Washington, NC

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If you are looking to remove amine blush, the waxy residue that can be left behind post cure. Warm water and a scotch brite pad will take it off.

Answered on 03/31/2020 by Scott
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Flashpoint? Another answer said not to use in conjunction with other commercial products. Would imply reduces but does not eliminate requirement for other solvents.

Asked on 02/18/2020 by Mark from Virginia Beach, Va

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The flash point is 56 degrees celsius. Generally it is not a good idea to use multiple solvents unless it is required as part of a multi stage process to prep the substrate.

Answered on 02/25/2020 by Paul
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Is there an MSDS for this product?

Asked on 02/17/2020 by Tom from Cream Ridge, NJ

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http://www.totalboat.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/TotalBoat-Eco-Solvent-SDS-v.TB_.pdf

Answered on 02/18/2020 by Paul
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Is this solvent sensitive to freezing ?

Asked on 02/17/2020 by Rod from Lakeland Michigan

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No.

Answered on 02/24/2020 by Paul
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I'd like to request a SDS on this product please

Asked on 02/17/2020 by Odyseacat25 from Boise Idaho

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Here's a link to the SDS on the manufacturers web site: http://www.totalboat.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/TotalBoat-Eco-Solvent-SDS-v.TB_.pdf

Answered on 02/18/2020 by Paul
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Can I use this to clean the shore power cord for my sportfish?

Asked on 09/03/2019 by Al from Melbourne, FL

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I don't think it is anything that will soften the rubber, but try a small area first to be sure.

Answered on 09/27/2019 by Richard
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Can this product replace acetone as a thinner for Total Boat Penetrating Epoxy?

Asked on 04/03/2018 by Sweet Billy from Chesapeake Bay

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No. It should generally not be used as a thinner for consumer products. TotalBoat Penetrating Epoxy is designed specifically to be used with Acetone, Denatured Alcohol, or Lacquer Thinner.

Answered on 05/31/2018 by JD Tech Associate
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