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MSDS, Chemical Contents, Address of Company "Lynx Line"


(2000)

We found the following labeled containers. We believe they are(were) used in firearm surface finishing. We are trying to get MSDS information on these products.

1-Does anyone know the address and company that produced Lynx Line products?

2-Does anyone know the probable chemical contents and what these products were used for? Nickel Pentrate (2) 400 pound steel drums Pee Dee Q (Lynx Line) (1) 5 Gal plastic carboy RI-FO Finish Oil (Lynx Line) (1) 5 Gal plastic carboy Rinsoil (Lynx Line) (1) 1 Gal plastic carboy Iron Out (Lynx Line) (1) 5 Gal plastic carboy

Carl M [last name deleted for privacy by Editor]
- Silver Spring, Maryland


(2000)

Under item 6 of finishing.com home page, contact the Chemical Coaters Association Int'l. (CCAI) or the others societies listed that deal with Chemicals. Most have resources or can direct you to a resource to locate this company or to find information on these former products.

If the products are older than the 80's you may have to have each tested under specific guidelines. These associations or professional societies can help you with finding what the requirements are. Good luck.

Tyrone L.Caley
- Jefferson City, Missouri


(2002)

Used these chemicals for years. Last known source was William's Shootin iron service, Central Lake, MI.

Scott W. Keller
- Bradford, Ohio, USA


November 17, 2008

I am the owner of Lynx-Line. My address is Rt. 2 box 223A Mountain Grove, Missouri 65711. This product is a commercial black oxide used in industry and fire arms refinishing.

Paul Williams
- Mountain Grove, Missouri USA



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