1/4 LB - CRL CERIUM OXIDE - High Grade Optical Glass Polish Compound For Sale
1/4 LB - CRL CERIUM OXIDE - High Grade Optical Glass Polish Compound:
Shipping / Packaging:
1/4 LB - Packaged in a JAR (not plastic bag)
In stock and ready to ship within 24 hours. Free shippingwithin the US.
MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet) availablePurpose:
Cerium Oxide (by: C.R. Laurence C0301) is a high grade optical polishing compound used to lessen and polish scratches from mirror bevels, table top edges, glass in vehicles or structures.
Contains no Zinc and meets local disposal ordinances.General Directions:
Mix with water to create a slurry, apply with hand pad for light surface cleanup, or powered hand devices for scratch and surface repair, mechanized scrubbers in mirror silvering lines, or as the final polishing step in multi-stage edging and beveling equipment. Wear safety glasses, gloves, and protective clothing.
Measure out the proper proportions of heated water (at least 80ºF/30ºC) and Cerium Oxide into a container and mix thoroughly. For light surface cleaning, 1.6 oz. of Cerium per gallon of water or 11.8 grams per liter is sufficient. For beveling and edging, 4 to 7.2 oz. per gallon, or 29.7 to 53.7 grams per liter is recommended. Slurry temperature should be maintained between 90ºF and 105ºF (32ºC and 40ºC) for optimum 65, officially known as the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act, wasenacted by the State of California in 1986. The act requires “clear and reasonable” warningsabout potential exposures to certain chemicals that California has determined cause cancer, birthdefects or other reproductive harm. The complete list of Proposition 65 chemicals can be foundat the prior rules, the warnings had to be shown on the product and/or the product’spackaging. However, Proposition 65 has recently been amended to also include “pre-purchase”warning requirements, among other requirements in the content and format of the warnings. Theamendments took effect on August 30, 2018. In addition to on-product warnings, catalogs andwebpages must now carry the same warnings so that consumers in California can see thewarnings prior to purchase. For further information regarding the amended warningrequirements under Proposition 65, please see https://www.p65warnings.ca.gov/.