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2/1/2012

TOOLING: Mold-Maintenance Chemicals Free of Chlorinated Solvents

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Slide Products, Wheeling, Ill., has eliminated chlorinated solvents from its entire line of mold releases, mold cleaners, lubricants, rust preventives, and purging compounds, helping molders to provide safer work environment and lowering their costs.

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Slide Products, Wheeling, Ill., has eliminated chlorinated solvents from its entire line of mold releases, mold cleaners, lubricants, rust preventives, and purging compounds, helping molders to provide safer work environment and lowering their costs. New Mold Cleaner Plus Degreaser 4 is the next generation of Slide’s most popular mold cleaner. It has all the cleaning power of its predecessors, but without chlorinated solvents. Mold Cleaner Plus Degreaser 4 evaporates fast and leaves no residue. It removes silicones, grease, oil, and wax without need for wiping.

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