SC-EZ-Solv Safety Solvent

DESCRIPTION: SC-EZ-Solv Safety Solvent is an ideal non-evaporative all purpose, non- toxic solvent where dwell time and continuous reusability are important. Comprised of soy ester and corn fatty alcohol, SC-EZ-Solv has a KB value of 500+ and non-reactive with most cleaning compounds. SC-EZ-Solv is not water miscible and is an ideal solvent for removing adhesives, organic resins, polyurethane, silicone, latex and acrylic paints, lithium grease and polymerized hydrocarbon soils. SC-EZ-Solv complies with:


  • OSHA 29-CFR Ch. XVII 1910.1200 and 40 CFR Ch. 1, Subparts C & D
  • USEPA 600, 4-90, 027 for aquatic toxicity
  • USEPA 601 & 602 for VOC testing
  • USDA BioPreferred® Program
  • BAC 5750 Rev. L Solvent Cleaning of Metals
  • US DOT: Class 55, Liquid Cleaning Compounds

SC-EZ-Solv is a powerful replacement for:

  • Xylene
  • Toluene, Methyl benzene
  • Methyl Ethyl Ketone
  • Glycol Ethers, Butyl Cellosolve
  • Kerosene, Mineral Oil
  • INSTRUCTIONS: SC-EZ-Solv may be spray applied, or applied by a cloth, and allowed to dwell before being wiped from the cleaning surface. When removing  graffiti or adhesive from painted surfaces, care must be taken to wash the SC-EZ-Solv from the surface after removal of the soil in order to prevent further solvating of the surface. SC-EZ-Solv will react with polystyrene, polysulphates, and acrylics, while prolonged exposure will cause some types of rubber, PVC, EPDM and ABS to become softened over time. SC- EZ-Solv also works effectively in ultrasonic cleaners and automatic parts washers.


  • Non-toxic
  • Non-reactive
  • Non-carcinogenic
  • Readily biodegradable
  • Derived from renewable resources
  • Safe to use, store and dispose of



  • Petroleum distillates
  • Glycol ethers
  • Terpenes
  • Synthetics
  • Builders & reagents
  • Caustics



Appearance: Clear, light amber liquid

Odor: Mild odor

Water Solubility: Not water soluble 

Boiling Point: 144ºC (292ºF)

Flash Point: 66ºC (150ºF)

Specific Gravity: ~1.00 @60/60°F

pH Range: 6.9 of water dispersion


The information contained herein is believed to be correct including test data conducted under controlled laboratory conditions. Users of SAFE CARE products should perform their own test(s) to determine the suitability of the product for their specific application(s).