Kitchen cleaners are usually non-dilutable spray cleaners with outstanding grease-cutting properties. Kitchen cleaner formulations normally include hydrophobic solvents at concentrations of 5% to 10%, and anionic/nonionic surfactants. A highly alkaline pH is usually preferred, and this is achieved by adding caustic soda or ethanolamines.

The following oxygenated solvent products are used in kitchen cleaners formulations:

pdf icon Kitchen Cleaners
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pdf icon Isopropanol (93 KB PDF)
pdf icon Butyl CARBITOL** (73 KB PDF)
pdf icon Butyl CELLOSOLVE** (73 KB PDF)
pdf icon DOWANOL* DPM – English (62 KB PDF)
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pdf icon DOWANOL DPnB – English (31 KB PDF)
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pdf icon DOWANOL DPnP (30 KB PDF)
pdf icon DOWANOL PM – English (30 KB PDF)
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pdf icon DOWANOL PnB – English (30 KB PDF)
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pdf icon DOWANOL PnP (31 KB PDF)
pdf icon DOWANOL TPM – English (30 KB PDF)
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pdf icon Hexyl CARBITOL (34 KB PDF)
pdf icon Hexyl CELLOSOLVE Solvent (22 KB PDF)
pdf icon Low Odor Glycol Ethers
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