Butyl Cellosolve™ in Carpet Cleaning Compounds and Detergents
Butyl Cellosolve is commonly used in many professional carpet cleaning spotters, detergents, presprays and traffic lane spotters
Butyl Cellosolve is a unique solvent that is soluble in water yet is so strong that it is commonly used in wax strippers and heavy-duty ready-to-use cleaners. Butyl Cellosolve solvent is a clear, combustible liquid with a mild ether odor. It is completely soluble in water and is miscible with mineral oils and soaps. It is a good solvent often used in cleaners, inks, paints, coatings and lacquers. It is manufactured and marketed by The Dow Chemical Company under the trade name Butyl CELLOSOLVE Solvent. Because Butyl Cellosolve in the past has been considered highly toxic, though its toxicity has now been downgraded, Bane-Clene has never used Butyl Cellosolve in any of its own product formulations.
Butyl Cellosolve is also called Ethylene glycol monobutyl ether; Dowanol EB; Butyl oxitol; Ethylene glycol mono butyl ether; Ethylene glycol monobutyl ether; Ethylene glycol butyl ether; EGBE.
Excerpts from the Product Safety Assessment by Dow Chemical:
Excerpts from the Safety Data Sheet by Sigma-Aldrich (2016):
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Wednesday, March 27, 2019
Butyl Cellosolve in Carpet Cleaning Compounds and Detergents
Posted by Bane-Clene® Corp. at 12:05 AM