eazy Electric

Slow drying solvent cleaner

eazy Electric is a solvent used to clean and degrease most electrical equipment and motor components.

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eazy Electric is a solvent cleaner which is economical and can be used to clean and degrease almost all electrical equipment and motor components.

Product is a highly effective concentrated solvent with a controlled evaporation rate and fast penetrating action.


Product is applied neat by hand, brush or most effectively by spray. Once the deposition has been removed any remaining solvent will evaporate slowly. This may be aided by using clean compressed air of low pressure and high volume.


Product can be used in wipe or spray cleaning applications, and must be applied neat. Most oily deposits will loosen and disperse after soaking for only a few minutes.

Product may also be used on heavily soiled parts by immersing them for up to two hours. Once cleaning has been completed parts should be blown clean with compressed air.


  • Always maintain adequate ventilation when using this product and never use on running or live equipment.
  • When using a fine spray never use an open light source.
  • It is possible that product may affect some types of rubber or plastic. Either remove these parts from the component or test on small area first for suitability.
  • After cleaning motors or generators insulation resistance to ground should be tested to check that it is still within its specified limits.

Health and Safety
Please refer to the Material Safety Data Sheet and Product Label for specific information.

Limitation of Liability
Eazychem’s standard terms and conditions of sale, available on request, apply and contain limitations on any liability that may be incurred by Eazychem arising in any way from the sale and use of products supplied by Eazychem.

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