Formula 35*25561The formula number on the label identifies the ingredients used to make that particular product.
Deodorized Kerosene is a carrier that can also be found in furniture polishes, adhesive removers and lubricants. A carrier does just what it sounds like - it helps carry a product to a surface by thinning or thickening the formula or simply ensuring even distribution of the other ingredients in the formula.
Paraffin is a blend of waxes that is used to form a candle and that provides fuel for the candle as it burns. Paraffin is one of the most plentiful and commonly used waxes today. It can also be found in a wide array of products from lipsticks to eye makeup to baby products. In household products, we use paraffin as a film former to create a protective coating or shine on a surface.
Hydrogenated Castor OilEmulsifier
Hydrogenated Castor Oil is an emulsifier or solubilizing agent commonly found in air fresheners, personal care products, and cleaning products. We add emulsifiers to our products where needed to ensure that our products provide the same performance use after use. Over time, it is possible for formulas in a product to separate. An emulsifier helps oil mix into the water.
Polyethylene Wax is a film former that can also be found in hair care products, laundry detergents and floor coatings. We add it to our products to create a coating on a surface adding an additional level of protection and provides a shine that helps the surface look its best.
Microcrystalline wax is a film former that can also be found in cosmetics, chewing gum and eye drops. It creates a coating or shine on a surface. This means that the surface has an added level of protection, and also has the shine that helps the surface look its best. It can also be used as a binder that holds a product's ingredients together. We add microcrystalline wax to products so that when other ingredients are compressed, they hold together in a solid shape.