Cobb's PowerMAX SDS

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I am cleaning up my act.
I am printing out my MSDS or now called the SDS for the chemicals I carry.
I'm not having issues, except for Cobb's PowerMAX.
I saw a post from a few years back, where this was a problem.
The Cobb site is no help when it comes to looking for the SDS.

Does anyone have a copy of the SDS for PowerMax they can PM me?

Why doesn't the Cobb site post the SDS?
Just put proprietary ingredients and give the specific hazard class?

Edit by FredC: SDS attached for those searching in the future
 

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you'll have to contact Cobb's. Afaik the powermax sds isn't online.........anywhere


and Larry always avoided questions about it. Some people have mentioned receiving it with a shipment
 
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That bad?


I've only used one 6# jar.
and that was years ago during "board juice de jour war" between Cobby and Judson .

..if nothing's changed....
I found it to be a very good pre-spray.
with a GREAT fragrance (though over powering at very strong dilute)

..L.T.A.
 
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I remember my son calling me at 2am from a Ryan's 120 miles out. "What is wrong with this stuff?...don't order any more".

Maybe it was made on a Wednesday?
 
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you'll have to contact Cobb's. Afaik the powermax sds isn't online.........anywhere


and Larry always avoided questions about it. Some people have mentioned receiving it with a shipment
I ordered a 6 lb jar first and then a pail 10 years ago

he sent an SDS with each order


the product smelled pleasant with a hint of citrus, mixed easily and cleaned adequately


definitely Prefer putting powdered presprays on the vans for cost efficiencies… they all perform about the same when you compare similar ph products


I agree with Mike tho… there are slightly better prespray options out there IMO
 
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Driving home at 3 am after doing a Ryan’s always felt good to me. I mean it was a brutal job. Super underpriced. But I’ve spent 12 hours on a hot roof for less than 70 bucks. It was not the best. But my kids always had new clothes and my wife could stay home with them. I actually miss those days sometime. Except the time dads van almost burned the whole place down.
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