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All-Purpose Pressure Washer Cleaner - 1 Gallon, Model# MGC1

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This All-Purpose Pressure Washer Cleaner is great for home, automotive and industrial use, quickly dissolving oil and grease soils. It is non-toxic, non-hazardous, non-corrosive, biodegradable and will not harm surrounding vegetation if pre-wet. U.S.A. Common Usage Home, automotive, industrial use, Gallons 1, Application All purpose, Removal Of Oil, grease soil. Remove dirt, rust, grease, bugs and more Great for vehicles, tankers, pontoons, coils, RVs, grout and more Makes up to 20 gallons
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is it safe and legal to use this product on a dock?

 
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This product is not regulated under any federal regulations as a toxic or hazardous material.
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