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Chrome Polish

H-AC-0015

Carbopol EZ-2 polymer provides suspension of insoluble ingredients and stabilization of oils in this chrome polish formulation. These
properties improve the overall stability and aesthetics of the product.

Weight
%

Chemical Name, Trade Name


A

1. Deionized Water

4.46

Diluent

0.19

Rheology Modifier

3. Deionized Water

38.95

Diluent

4. Morpholine

1.39

Neutralizer

5. Pumice

14.00

Abrasive

9.25

Abrasive

1.85

Gloss / Shine

0.46

Solvent

1.85

Emulsifier

24.50

Solvent

2.30

Surfactant

0.50

Surfactant

0.30

Preservative

(1)

2. Carbopol EZ-2 Polymer


B

6. Diatomaceous Earth
C

Function

7. Silicone Fluid (350 cSt), SF96

(2)

8. Pine Oil
9. Oleic Acid
10. Mineral Spirits, Isopar M

(3)

D 11. Sulfochem TLS Surfactant *


12. Amidex C Surfactant *
13. Neolone PE

(1)

(1)

(4)

Procedure:

1. Prepare Part A. In a separate vessel, sprinkle the Carbopol EZ-2 polymer onto
surface of the water. Allow the polymer to self wet (about 10 minutes) until no
polymer is visible on the surface.

Typical Product Properties:


Appearance:

Opaque

pH:

8.5 - 9.5

Viscosity (mPas)**: 7,000 - 11,000


Stability: Pass 4 weeks @ 45C
Pass 1 freeze/thaw cycle
**Brookfield RVT @ 20 rpm, 25C

Supplier References:
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)

Lubrizol Advanced Materials, Inc.


GE Silicones
Exxon Mobil Corporation
The Dow Chemical Company

* Available in North America only


Comment:
Due to the level of mineral spirits in this formulation, it is
recommended that customers review the environmental and
regulatory requirements of the states and countries where
they wish to market this type of product to be certain they
are in compliance with the local VOC regulations.

2. Prepare Part B. Dissolve the morpholine in the water. With good agitation, add
the pumice and diatomaceous earth.
3. Prepare Part C. Dissolve the silicone fluid, pine oil and oleic acid in the mineral
spirits.
4. Slowly add Part C into Part B with good agitation.
5. Add in the surfactants from Part D. Mix well.
6. Add Part A. Mix well.
7. Add the preservative. Mix well.

H-AC-0015
Edition: July 2009
Previous Edition: June 2006
Original Edition: August 1998 (HIT-551)

Carbopol is a registered trademark of The Lubrizol Corporation. SF96 is a registered trademark


of GE Silicones. Isopar is a trademark of Exxon Mobil Corporation. Sulfochem is a trademark
of The Lubrizol Corporation. Amidex is a trademark of The Lubrizol Corporation. Neolone is a
trademark of The Dow Chemical Company.

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