ONR MSDS (Safety Data Sheet)


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1 hour ago, Ron@Optimum said:

Polymers are Dr G's Magic Elixir -

ONR vs let’s say Adams Car Shampoo for going down storm drains is then rather similar. They’re both chemicals, just small amounts of biodegradable, non phosphate mixes. ONR you just use less and don’t rinse off as much, correct ?

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On 10/22/2019 at 11:19 AM, mattgfx said:

ONR vs let’s say Adams Car Shampoo for going down storm drains is then rather similar. They’re both chemicals, just small amounts of biodegradable, non phosphate mixes. ONR you just use less and don’t rinse off as much, correct ?

I'm not sure where you're going with this.  With ONR/rinseless washes, you really shouldn't be generating enough effluent to reach a storm drain.  You will be left with a bucket that you can pour down your sanitary drain, or I think it has been suggested you can water your lawn with it (I would pour it down the sanitary drain).

As Ron was pointing out, rinseless washes do not have the same type of detergent/surfactant package that conventional washes do.  The (wash) process is different between the two; there are several rinseless techniques (I'm not sure how well supported this forum is with instructional videos, but here's a short one that Yvan did:  

 

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