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"Alodine: Is there a difference?"



 

My question is about Alodine 1200S and Alodine 1201 [linked by editor to info/product on Amazon] . Is Alodine 1200S considered and oxidizer? And is Alodine 1201 a corrosive? or vise-versa. A fellow co-worker had asked me this. I would like to know myself if this is correct.

Thanks,

Al Rueda
American Eagle Airlines - DFW Airport, Texas, U.S.A.
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Alodine is a brand name (Henckel), not a generic type of process. Contact the chemical manufacturer with these specific questions.

tim neveau
Tim Neveau
Rochester Hills, Michigan
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