Crystal Defoamer


Crystal Defoamer

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Product Specifications

  • pH: 5.5 - 6.5 Coverage: 3,000 sq. ft. per lb
    Fragrance: Low Appearance: White crystalline powder

Special Conditions

  • Do not apply directly to wet carpet

Available Sizes

  • CD324 - 8 pound jars
    CDBK50 pound bucket
    CDDR300 pound drum

Dilutions

  • RTUReady-to-Use. Do Not Dilute.

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Material Safety Data Sheets

Product Information Sheets

  • No Product Information Sheet is available at this time

Labels

Crystal Defoamer Eliminates troublesome foaming from detergent residues left in carpet. For use with portable or truck mount extraction cleaning machines. An extremely economical, highly effective defoamer designed to be broadcast over a dry carpet where foaming detergents have previously been used. Instantly soluble in water, it kills foam at the source. Crystal Defoamer is also used to defoam waste water tanks by vacuuming 1 oz. of crystal up the wet vacuum hose.

One application of Crystal Defoamer over the carpet defoams the entire job. No periodic stopping to renew defoaming properties. No removal of hose from wand. No extra mess to clean up from a leaky spray bottle. No possible spotting.

Easy to use

Before extraction cleaning, lightly and evenly apply Crystal Defoamer directly to carpet. Generally, only a few tablespoons of Crystal Defoamer per 100 square feet of carpet are required to completely prevent foaming. If carpet contains an extra heavy detergent residue from previous cleanings, increase the quantity of Crystal Defoamer used.

Compliance dates for product label changes and replacing MSDSs with Safety Data Sheets (SDSs) for the Global Harmonization System (GHS) have now been established within the United States. Legend Brands is on schedule to comply with GHS requirements. We are reviewing our line product by product and are posting GHS compliant SDSs on our websites as they are completed. We anticipate that the conversion of product labels to the SDS format will begin in second quarter 2014.