Home >MSDS       
Material Safety Data Sheet

1.Chemical Product and Company Information


Luster and grime removal spray  20ml AWI-96


Air Water Sol Inc.


2-16-2 Iwamoto-cho, Kanda MC Bldg., Chiyoda-Ku Tokyo Japan (Main Office)
817-1 Sanga, Minori-cho, Ibaragi-gun, Ibaragi Japan  (Research Center)


Research and Development Dept.


03-5835-3900  (Main Office)   0299-48-4402  (Research Center)


03-5835-3908  (Main Office)   0299-48-4401  (Research Center)


In case of emergency, call Research and Development Dept. at Research Center.

2.Composition/Information on Ingredients (a mixture)


CAS* No.


(Reg. No.)

(Weight %)

Fluid Paraffin





Liquefied Petroleum Gas














No. 480


*CAS: Chemical Abstracts Service Registry Number
*PRTR: Pollutant Release & Transfer Register
*ISHL: Industrial Safety and Health Law

3.Summary of Toxicity and Hazards

Most Acute Toxicity & Hazards

*Combustible gas and liquid which burn extremely easily. Danger of possible explosion due to residual vapor.


*High pressured gas (combustible gas)


*Combustible gas and liquid inside. Danger of explosion vapor accumulates.


*Danger of rupture due to rise in internal pressure caused by ignition or high temperature.


*Danger of explosion if vapor accumulates.


*Based on current information available, with normal handling, dangerous and hazardous effects are very low.

4.First Aid Measures

Contact with Eyes

*Wash immediately for at least 15 minutes with a large amount of clean water. Alternatively, use boric acid solution and continue washing with clean water for a long period of time.


*Immediate treatment by a medical specialist.

Contact with Skin

*Quickly wipe the contact area with a cloth.


*Wash sufficiently with water, soap or a cleansing lotion for skin use.


  Do not use solvents or thinners.


*If an external change is noticed or there is pain, have a treatment by a medical specialist.


*When large quantity of gas or vapor is inhaled, the affected person should be moved to a location with fresh air, keeping him warm and calm. If breathing is irregular or stops, conduct the artificial respiration.
*Do not let him swallow vomit.


*If a person feels bad after inhaling gas, keep him calm where there is fresh air and have him treated by a medical specialist.


*If inadvertently ingested, immediately wash the mouth of the person with clean water and have him treated immediately by a medical specialist.
*Do not let him swallow vomit


*Do not let the person cough excessively unless directed by a medical specialist.

5.Fire Fighting Measures

Extinguishing Media

*Type ABC or BC powder fire extinguishers, Carbon dioxide, Foam or Sand

Extinguishing Methods

*Undertake the fire extinguishing from upwind. Those engaged in the fire extinguishing should wear suitable protective gears (fireproof clothing and eye protection) and use breathing apparatus.


*Quickly remove all combustible materials from the area.


*Used designated extinguishers.


*If aerosol containers are present, there is a danger of rupture. When engaged in the fire fighting, persons should keep a sufficient distance away and containers exposed to heat should be cooled with water.

6.Accidental Release Measures


*To prevent exposure, proper protective gears should be worn during work.


*If leak occurs (a gush out), the measures should be taken from upwind, and the leaking part of the container should be turned to upward to let all gas gush out before taking the measure.


*Sources of combustion and high temperature items in the vicinity should be removed immediately, and people should take refuge upwind.


*Only authorized personnel should be allowed in the area.


*Suitable fire extinguishers should be prepared in case of a fire brake.


*If large amount of vapor arises, the generation of the vapor should be held down by spraying with water.

Precautions &
Removal Methods

*The leaked liquid should not be discharged into the sewer or the gutter.
*The leaked liquid should be collected in a sealed type container. The residual liquid should be absorbed using sand or inert absorbent and moved to a safe location.
*The leaked liquid should be collected using a device made of materials which will not generate sparks though an impact or static electricity.
*For small leakage, use sand or similar materials to absorb the liquid or use collecting agents.
*For large leakage, the flow should be prevented by surrounding it with earth, and leading the liquid to a safe location for the collection.

7.Handling and Storage (work is to be conducted in accordance with the pertinent regulations)


Technical Measures

*When the product used, the wind should be blow behind the person using the product so that the product does not come in direct contact with the person.


*It should be handled in well ventilated areas.


*Fire, sparks and high temperature items are not allowed to be used in the vicinity.


*The product should not be sprayed in the direction of a fire.


*If placed in areas where the temperature rises high, there is a danger of container rupture.


*Suitable protective gears should be worn to prevent contact with skin, mucus or clothing, and inhalation or entering eyes.


*For work in enclosed areas, the work should be done with the sufficient ventilator should be installed and the person should wear suitable protective gears.


*After handling, hands should be washed thoroughly, and if the product sticks to the clothing, the cloth should be changed.


*Measures are to be take against static electricity, and anti-static material should be used for clothes and work shoes.

Safe Handling Advice

*Work should be done while wearing protective gears to prevent exposure to leakage.  *Avoid inhalation of vapor and contact with skin.





Suitable Storage

*Store in a place where children cannot reach.


*Avoid direct sunlight and provide good ventilation.


*Because of possibility of leak or gush out due to corrosion of the container, avoid storing in humid places such as kitchen and bathroom.


*Store away from fire or source of heat.


*Do not store in areas where the temperature rises above 40℃.


*Fire regulations, labor & health regulations and other regulations should be observed.

8.Exposure Control and Personal Protection

Place of Use

*There should be no source of high temperature or fire to where the product is used.


*When work is carried out in enclosed areas, a ventilator should also be used.

Name of Material

Controlled Concentration (ppm)

Japan Society of Occupational Health (mg/m3)

ACGIH (mg/m3) TWA

Fluid Paraffin

Not established

3 (as Mineral oil mist)

5 (as Mineral oil mist)

Liquefied Petroleum Gas

Not established

Not established

Not established

Protective Gears



*Antitoxin for organic gas, anti-dust mask, air mask for use in enclosed areas


*Gloves made of material which does not permit penetration of organic solutions and chemicals.


*Protective glasses

Skin and Body

*Working clothes, safety work shoes

Suitable Hygienic Practices

*No smoking, eating and drinking wile working.

9.Physical and Chemical Properties

Physical State

Main Ingredient

Liquefied Petroleum Gas



Gaseous state under normal pressure, Liquid state in a pressurized container


No color, transparent

No color, transparent




Specific temperature or temperature range whereby the physical state changes.

Boiling Point / Range

Above 310℃


Flash Point / Range

Above 130℃


Ignition Point / Range

No measured data


Vapor Pressure

0.21Pa (50℃)

0.30 MPa (20℃)


0.843 (15℃)

0.555 (20℃)


Does not dissolves in water

Dissolves slightly in water

10.Stability and Reactivity


*When the temperature reaching above 40℃, there is a danger of rupture.


*Pressure in a container at room temperature is about 0.38MPa.

Conditions to Avoid

*Storage in areas of high temperature and humidity or use near fire.

Hazardous Decomposition Products

*None in particular

11.Toxicological Information

*Fluid Paraffin


   Acute toxicity

: Oral in rats  LD50; >5gk/kg (estimated value)

   Local effects

: No data

   Skin corrosiveness

: None

   Irritation (skin, eyes)

: Danger of irritation with prolonged or repeated contact.

   Sensitizing potential

: No data

   Chronic toxicity

: No data

   Prolonged toxicity

: No data

   Source of Cancer

: There is no listing of the product in OSHA data. It is equivalent to “4. A chemical product which probably is not carcinogenicity in human” in IARC.
: No need to classify as materials of carcinogenicity in EU.

   Semi-acute toxicity

: No data

   Source of Mutation

: No data (microorganisms, irregular chromosome)


: A danger of diarrhea, if ingested.


: A danger of inflammation, if it enters the eyes.


: A possibility of inflammation with skin contact.


: Feelings of illness may arise, if the mist inhaled.



*Liquefied Petroleum Gas

: As of this time there are no reports on specific hazards.



*Product hazard

: No tests are being conducted concerning safety as a product.

12.Ecological Information

*Fluid Paraffin



: No data

   Residual / Decomposition

: No data


: No data

   Biological Toxicity

: No data



*Liquefied Petroleum Gas

: Low pollutant fuel

13.Disposal Considerations

Residual Waste

*When disposing, the gas should be discharged completely before handling.


*The liquid remain after the safe discharge of the gas should be entrusted to authorized disposal companies, or;


make a hole in the container and let the liquid absorbed in diatom earth and burn the earth in an open type incinerator little by little.


*Waste water used to wash the container and mechanical equipment should not be allowed to flow on the ground surface into gutters.

Contaminated Containers and Packing

*To be separately disposed of after the content has been completely used.

14.Transport Information

Specific Transport Safety Measures

*When being transported, the container temperature should be maintained under 40℃, and the container should be loaded in the ways that there are no tumbling, no falling and no damaging. Prevention of cargo collapse should be firmly undertaken.

Land Transport

*Transport in accordance with Fire Service Law and other regulations.

Sea Transport

*Transport in accordance with Ship Safety Law.

Air Transport

*Transport in accordance with Civil Aeronautics Law.

UN Classification and
UN number

Class 2.1  1950

15.Regulatory Information

High Pressure Gas Safety Law

: No applicable (liquefied gas, combustible gas)

Ship Safety Law

: Hazardous materials (high pressured gas)

Civil Aeronautics Law

: High pressured gas, flammable liquid

Fire Service Law

: Hazardous type 4 class 3 petroleum (non-water-soluble liquid)

Industrial Safety and Health Law

: Combustible gas, classified as a hazardous substance required to be informed.

Poisonous and Deleterious Substance Control Law

: Contains no designated substances.

Water Pollution Control Law

: Subject to an oil disposal regulation (allowable concentration: 5mg/l). It will be detected as n-Hexane oil.


: Subject to an oil disposal regulation (in principle, disposal is prohibited).

Sewerage Law

: Subject to a mineral oil disposal regulation.

Waste Management and Public Cleaning Law

: Subject to an industrial waste regulation (prohibition of dispersion and discharge).

Food Sanitation Law

: According to the official compendium for food additives, fluid paraffin should not be used, other than for the purpose of partitioning and de-molding in bread.



* LRPMPMD: Law Relating to the Prevention of Marine Pollution and Maritime Disasters

16.Other Information


Fluid Paraffin MSDS

Liquefied Petroleum Gas MSDS

All material data covered by under Industrial Safety and Health Law

All material data covered by under Poisonous and Deleterious Substance Control Law (Chemical Daily Co., Ltd.)


This information may be revised based on new knowledge.

The information listed here does not guarantee the completeness or the accuracy of the information. Since there are unknown hazards for all chemical products, great care is required when handling them. Decision concerning the suitability of this product is to be made under the responsibility of the user.