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Post  wpschoch on Wed Apr 15, 2009 12:04 pm

Hey. I am no chemist by any stretch of the imagination. I would however like the help of one. I am actually a cleaning professional. My purpose in posting is to see if anyone can point me in the right direction. There is a cleaning product on the market that claims to be a highly buffered hydrochloric acid solution. This apparently makes it very effective yet much safer to use on many surfaces and with regards to exposure. What can I do to get some help putting together a near equivalent product of my own. The MSDS really doesn't give a lot of info of course. I know that stuff is dangerous which is why I'm looking for help from someone who knows what they're doing. My reason for wanting to make my own mixture is to keep the cost of materials down. This stuff costs about $37.00 per gallon.

Thanks.

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