mineral seal oil

mineral seal oil

[′min·rəl ′sēl ‚ȯil]
(materials)
A petroleum distillate with a boiling point higher than that of kerosine; used as a solvent oil and illuminant.
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Water 50.0 Mineral seal oil 10.0 Dicocodimonium chloride 10.0 Glycol ether EB 5.0 Ethoxylated 25.0 cocamine (5 mole) Preservatives, dyes q.s.
The product that forces the water to form beads is not a true wax; it is a mixture of quat and mineral seal oil. The formation of beads of water on a car surface is generally accomplished by a microemulsion of mineral seal oil in water formed with the help of a quat.
Dicocodimonium chloride 20.0 Mineral seal oil 25.0 Glycol Ether EB 5.0 Exothylated cocoamine 2.0 Water 48.0 Preservatives, dyes q.s.
Drying aids form a thin, nearly invisible layer of quat and mineral seal oil on the car's surface.
Dicocodimonium chloride 18.0 Exothylated cocoamine 2.0 Glycol ether EB 5.0 Mineral seal oil 25.0 Water 50.0 Preservatives, dyes q.s.
Dicocodimonium chloride 18.0 Exothylated cocoamine 2.0 Silicone quat 3.0 Glycol ether EB 5.0 Mineral seal oil 25.0 Water 47.0 Preservatives, dyes q.s.
Mineral seal oil (MSO) quality is an important factor.