- Powerful degreasing agent
- Can be used to remove tar, great, paint, and oil-based spots
- Highly flammable—use extreme caution
Denatured Alcohol is a degreasing agent that can be used as a spot cleaner to remove scuff marks, grease spots, haze, and stubborn soils on hard floors.
Denatured Alcohol can be used to remove tar, grease, ink, paint, and oil-based stains on carpet. However, extreme caution should be used, as Denatured Alcohol is a powerful solvent and can cause delamination of carpet as well as permanent discoloration.
Never pour Denatured Alcohol directly onto carpet. Apply to a clean white cloth and gently dab the area. Check frequently for dye transfer and rinse thoroughly when done. Always test in an inconspicuous area prior to use.
When Using as Alcohol Appliance & Marine Stove Fuel: Use only in appliances designed to burn liquid alcohol. Fondue and chafing dish burners must be wick or absorbent material type only.
Always use a flame snuffer and be sure flame is out before filling burner.
Small burners should be carefully filled over a sink, away from any flame or heat. Do not overfill. If burner is overfilled, pour off excess alcohol into sink. Immediately clean up spilled or excess alcohol.
When filling an alcohol stove, use a funnel and close fuel tank and can before igniting stove.
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