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Non-Chlorinated Brake Cleaner: A Safer Solution for Clean Brakes

The road can be a filthy place. Dirt, oil, and grime can build up quickly around brake pads, calipers, and rotors, which can cause unwanted noise, reduce stopping performance, and shorten the lifespan of your brakes. Fortunately, the use of brake cleaner can help remove unwanted materials on and around brakes without requiring disassembly. However, removing all of that grime requires some very strong chemicals that can be toxic to our bodies and the environment.
Local, state, and national regulatory laws aim to reduce harmful chemical emissions called Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), such as those found in brake cleaners and other
industrial degreasers. These chemicals are emitted as gasses that can cause short to long-term health consequences, including respiratory irritation and even some cancers. VOCs also contribute to air pollution known as ground-level ozone, which is harmful when inhaled. Furthermore, one must be particularly cautious when using industrial cleaner on parts that will be welded or grinded as the combination of harmful chemicals and heat caused by welding or grinding can produce phosgene, a potentially fatal gas at doses as little as 4 parts per million!

For the conscious consumer, there is a solution: Non-Chlorinated brake cleaner has been developed to provide all the cleaning power of traditional brake cleaner without the same adverse side effects. When you use Non-Chlorinated brake cleaner, you will find that it is strong enough to handle the dirtiest of brake systems while dissolving completely, quickly, and without residue. It is also approved by the EPA and is VOC compliant. When you purchase products that are VOC compliant, you can be sure that you are doing business with a company that respects local, state, and national environmental laws.

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