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The Spotted Cat Get Green


  • The Spotted Cat Gets Green

    Kevin Flanigan's Fox 44 is sporting a new look this autumn with a new look spinny.

    Bio Solv is an award winning company which manufactures cleaning solutions that can be used in place of Acetone, Xylene, MEK, thinners and other petroleum-based solvents.

    BIO-SOLV™: A True Green Solvent

    Bio-Solv is a tried and proven green solvent replacement which will out perform traditional solvents such as Acetone, Xylene, MEK, and thinners. It is ideally suited for a variety of marine and industrial cleaning and surface preparation applications including resin solving, paint system and adhesive clean-up, parts cleaning, and degreasing.

    Bio Solv can be easily recycled though simple filtering or distillation for repeated reuse, and the low evaporation rate and high solvency formula can significantly reduce overall solvent usage.

    It contains no water and is completely reactive, unlike other green solvents which may contain up to 50% water.

    Bio-Solv was developed in conjunction with the US EPA’s Design for the Environment program. The DfE logo helps consumers to quickly indentify and choose products that can help protect the environment and are safer. The DfE logo on a product means that the DfE scientific review team has screened each ingredient for potential human health and environmental effects and that the product contains only those ingredients that pose the least concern among chemicals in their class.

    Features and Benefits

    Not a flammable liquid*. No special storage or DOT requirements.

    Excellent resin and adhesive cleaner.

    Cleans polyester, vinyl ester, and epoxy resins from tools and guns.

    Effective against polyurethanes, varnishes, enamels, and UV curable coatings.

    One cleaner does it all. Multiple solvents not required.

    Suitable for paint preparation and wipe down. Leaves no residue after drying.

    High solvency. Can effectively replace and outperform all petroleum based solvents.

    Low vapor pressure and evaporation rate. Lasts five times longer than traditional solvents.

    Easily recycled and reused. Saves money. Less downstream waste.

    100% Bio-based, Bio-degradable, and carbon neutral.

    No Ozone Depleting Chemicals (EPA SNAP solvent).

    No Global Warming Compounds.

    No Environmentally Hazardous Ingredients.

    Made from renewable resources.

    Developed in partnership with U.S. EPA DfE program.

    Not Listed on California Prop 65
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