|SPRUCE AEROSOLS - Moisture Guard (De-moisturant)
Displaces moisture and cleans electrical equipment.
Imparts a thin lubricant which acts as a protective coating.
Prevents reoccurring corrosion and rust. Improves
operating efficiency and increases the life
of the equipment.
2.0 Surfaces Applicable:
Product is safe on all ferrous and non-ferrous metals, most
plastics, cotton, wool, rayon, nylon, and automotive
finishes. Some types of paints could be affected if
immersed for some time. Some rubbers could swell if
immersed for a prolonged time period.
Packaging: 20 oz cans, 12/case,
case wt. = 15#
4.0 How used:
Simply spray onto the affected part, keeping the container
as vertical as possible. For frozen metal parts, spray
liberally and tap lightly. Repeat if necessary.
See product label.
Read MSDS for more information.
|Limitations of Warranties and Remedies: Manufacturer warrants that this product meets laboratory specifications at point of delivery. Results obtained with the
use of these products are dependent upon workmanship and conditions beyond our control. Customer’s sole & exclusive remedy for any defective products is
limited to replacement of such goods that are defective for refund of the purchase price of goods at manufacturer’s discretion. Manufacturer will not be
responsible, under any circumstances, for any damages beyond the price of material, including but not limited to, any claims for labor, expense or
consequential damages that are expressly excluded. No formal dispute mechanism has been established. This warranty is issued and accepted in lieu of all
other express or implied warranties and expressly excluded any implied warranty of particular purpose, as well as liability for consequential damages.
Manufacturer’s sales or technical representatives have no authority to extend any guarantee beyond that outlined above.
Georgia Aerosols, LLC
6596 New Peachtree Rd.
Doraville, GA 30340
Ph. 770-377-0190, Fax 770-455-6531
3.0 Where used:
Electronics industry, industrial plants, refrigerator and air
conditioning contractors, construction contractors,
garages, municipalities, aviation, transportation, and
communications industries and other areas where
electronic, electrical or mechanical equipment operates.