MG Chemicals 433-4L d-Limonene (Pure Grade) Cleaner Degreaser and 3-D Printing Chemical, 1 Gallon Can

Used for dissolving HIPS (High Impact Polystyrene) when used as support material for 3D printing. Use in pure form using a glass jar that has a sealable lid. Label the jar so a child or adult does not confuse the liquid to be something else (sweet citrus smell). Also an excellent cleaner degreaser that can be reduced with water. Mix 1 part solvent to 2 parts water. Shake before using. Test on surfaces before using. Do not use on plastics or synthetic rubbers. Can be used undiluted.

Product Features

  • Excellent cleaner. Can be diluted with water
  • Test on surfaces before using. Do not use on plastics or synthetic rubbers
  • Sweet citrus smell

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  1. I can’t live without it d-Limonene is a great solvent for grease, glue, paint and a myriad of other substances. Just be very careful that you don’t have any on your hands when handling plastic or painted objects. Since it’s derived from citrus oils it has a very pleasant aroma and once you are finished cleaning you can hang the cloth to dry and it will act like an air freshener in the process. Just be aware that it’s very flammable and can be used as lighter fluid in a pinch.Try mixing it in equal parts…

  2. This is Orange Oil According to the MDMS sheet, this is Orange Oil, not distilled d-Limonene. Orange oil consists of mostly d-Limonene and also includes monoterpenes such as α-thujene, α-pinene, camphene, 2,4-p-mentbadiene, sabinene, myrcene, Δ-3-carene, α-phellandrene, α-terpinene, Δ-3-terpinene, p-cymene, and terpinolene. Sesquiterpenes such as α-copaene, α-ylangene, β-copaene, β-elemene, caryophyllene, β-ylangene, farnesene, α- and β-humulene,…

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