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[*] posted on 11-9-2016 at 09:59
Kero-Klean VANILLA


I may have put this in the wrong subforum originally (or again), if so please correct me so I can avoid future mistakes.

Whilst at the store, I ran across this in the grilling department....

Its called Kero-Klean Vanilla (they have a cinnamon one as well.)
(( *aldahydes came to mind..... ))

MSDS for PINE variant:
http://ilrc.ucf.edu/documents/ILRC%2000000471/MSDS%200000047...


An interesting thing to note is the concentration, 8fl/oz treats 80 gallons.

Will be a few days before I can work with it, just wanted to see if anyone has ventured down this road and, if so, what was the outcome?

Have a wonderful weekend!

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[Edited on 11-9-2016 by RegularOldGuy]
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[*] posted on 11-9-2016 at 13:33


Outcome? What can be expected to be present other than methyl alc.? It is the only toxic one claimed. This is also probably the active ingredient. "Oxygenates" such as MTBE and alcohols are added to gasoline for a similar reason.

http://ilrc.ucf.edu/documents/ILRC%2000000471/MSDS%200000047... is the corrct url




F. de Lalande and M. Prud'homme showed that a mixture of boric oxide and sodium chloride is decomposed in a stream of dry air or oxygen at a red heat with the evolution of chlorine.
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[*] posted on 11-9-2016 at 13:52


Quote: Originally posted by halogen  
Outcome? What can be expected to be present other than methyl alc.?


The vanilla scent? I'm guessing, based on the fact he mentioned aldehydes from the cinnamon equivalent, that the interest is vanillin or something. I'd expect bulk artificial vanilla "extract" to be a cheaper, more concentrated, less contaminated (they could have mixed a variety of different scents to approximate the smell of vanilla, with perhaps no vanillin at all) OTC source of vanillin.
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[*] posted on 12-9-2016 at 06:35


Yes, you can buy huge containers of cheap artificial vanilla at most bulk stores, or even just buy pure vanillin from Ebay, so not worth the effort. It makes a great TLC stain, as well as smells great. But easy to come by in most places.
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