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A cleaner and freezing point depressant in concentrated form; WCC #123 must be diluted with water for all applications.
Contains synthetic detergents which improve its cleaning properties and makes it a more effective depressant than methyl, propyl, isopropyl, or butyl alcohols.
For Use In Automatic Windshield Washers
For winter use in northern states, dilute… 1 : 3 parts water
One 55-gallon drum of WCC #123 diluted as above with 165 gallons of water provides 220 gallons of ready-to-use windshield washer solvent. Actual cost per gallon is one-fourth of the cost per gallon of WCC #123.
Correct use dilution can be mixed conveniently as needed by: Measure one quart of WCC #123 into a one-gallon jug and fill with tap water.
When temperature is not expected to reach 15º below zero F, use a dilution ration below to provide a mixture suitable for expected temperature. Cleaning properties are excellent at any dilution shown.
For Cleaning Windshields By Hand
Use any of the above dilutions depending on temperature. Apply solution with sprayer or sponge and polish at once with a windshield towel.
Clear, blue liquid. Moderate foam. Flammable. Biodegradable surfactants. Low viscosity.
DANGER! FLAMMABLE! POISON!
Vapor harmful. May be fatal or cause blindness if swallowed. Can not be made non-poisonous. Contains methanol. Keep away from heat, sparks, and open flames. Keep container closed. Avoid prolonged or repeated breathing of vapors. Use only with adequate ventilation.
IF SWALLOWED: Give a tablespoonful of salt in a glass of warm water and repeat until vomit fluid is clear. Give two teaspoonfuls of baking soda in a glass of water. Have patience and lie down and keep warm. Cover eyes to exclude light. CALL PHYSICIAN. It is unlawful to use this liquid in any article of food, beverage, medicinal, or toilet preparation for human use.