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What is Castrol Super Clean?

Castrol Super Clean, now commonly referred to simply as Super Clean, is an automotive degreaser that has been found highly effective for many industrial and household uses, including: Stripping paint off models. Removing chrome finishes from parts. Cleaning ovens, barbecue pits, garbage disposals, and more.

What is Super Clean good for?

Super Clean cleans and restore bikes, RVs, boats, ATVs, and the other vehicles. Choose from our full lineup to quickly wash away dirt and contamination on your prized possessions. Because the faster you can clean your stuff, the faster you can use it.

Which is better purple power or Super Clean?

Super clean has a broader range of uses but is more expensive than purple power. Purple power will have more volatile solvents and detergents, so it may be slightly stronger in cleaning ability (depending on the surface you are cleaning) but will have an odor that some dislike compared to super clean.

Is Super Clean acidic?

Slight acid odor. This material is classified as hazardous under OSHA regulations (29 CFR 1910.1200) (Hazcom 2012). Hazard Statements: May be corrosive liquid. Store in corrosive resistant container with inner liner.

Does super clean work on oil stains?

Here’s a quick and easy fix for you – buy a gallon of SuperClean and pour it full strength, right on your pesky oil stains. Hose it off after a few minutes, and those oil stains will have vanished!

Will Super Clean hurt aluminum?

Super Clean works great on steel. But aluminum alloy wheels are tricky to clean; the material is much lighter than steel and has a tendency to oxidize. That means you need a wheel cleaner that’s powerful enough to remove stubborn dirt, grime, and brake dust, but gentle enough to keep the material from pitting.

Is degreaser bad for car paint?

In concentrated amounts, degreaser on your car paint damages the exterior layer. However, the longer the solution is left on, the worse the damage becomes. Some degreasers have stain residues that might leave marks and cause the paint to fade away. Others may cause dulling or begin peeling.