Discussion in 'the CleAn Room' started by sOOper hero, Jul 1, 2018.
No self respecting person should know what star sign they are
I was using UltrChemLabs for a while in the late 90's. The idea of cleaning with neutral polarity intrigued me. But when I asked smarter people than me about it, I was informed that it isn't possible for a water based cleaner to change its polarity to neutral. H2O is a polar + molecule. And there's no way to alter the polarity of a water molecule.
Just curious Ron did you dilute it or use it straight up.?
Straight up. Let it sit a couple of minutes but nothing happened. Rinsed it and used t-rust to take it out.
Whew that was a close one, just think if you cared.
Worked out well in the end though, you're not and you don't care about it.
see below for pics of ultrachem cleaning
Clean on rust
Whut did you do lick the lens before you snapped that picture?
ultrachem? Is that the blue stuff at the bottom of prochem buckets when you don't mix them?
Nope -not this
No Mr. Pizzle. Why do ask?
Not bad for jan-san chems. Combined with your portable cleaning, how much a sq/ft....do you pay people to allow you to fookup their carpets?
I think I saw Bigfoot
(@FredC it doesn't give me the button to have the image inserted full size)
I don’t know about Electrolytic cleaning, but I love electrostatic disinfecting. Holy cow, whether I buy into the chemistry or not I use it. When my schools start hollering, flu, flu, flu I get that after em. They buy in more ways than one I had one school close down for me to go to town, so I did!