|What is the active ingredient(s) in DIP-IT® Coffee Maker Cleaner and Stain Remover?|
|Normally, to find out what's in a product, you can do a google.com search of the prouct +msds, which stands for material safety data sheet. However, the Dip-It MSDS says the product is non-hazardous and thus exempt from revealing what it is. |
Maybe someone with a chem background could deduce more from the MSDS.
Here is a link that might be useful: dip it msds
|I have a package of Dip It on hand. It says :"Caution-skin and eye irritant. Contains sodium perborate, sodium carbonate, sodium silicate. Contains no phosphorous." I'm not a chemist or scientist, so I don't know what all those sodium things are. Isn't sodium/soda a salt?|
|Greywings, thanks for reference to MSDS. I knew this sort of thing must exist out there somewhere, I just didn't know what it was called. |
There must have once been, or perhaps still are more than one dip-it as jannie's package contains no phosphorous and greywings link does. I have found links to two, perhaps different, coffee maker cleaners.
One dip-id product contains, or did contain, citric acid and sulfamic acid which are, or once were the workhourses in denture cleaners.
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