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CLEANING FLUIDS, SALTS & SPRAYS


MOULD SEPARATION CREAM


Mould Separation Cream


Size & Weight: • Size: 50mm x 35mm x 35mm • Weight: 80 grams


Code P7846


Description French Chalk


UOM Price £2.75


EACH Price breaks available, see website L&R 677 Clock Cleaner


L&R - 677 Clock Cleaning Fluid - Non Ammoniated


CLEANING FLUIDS, SALTS & SPRAYS


CLOCK CLEANING FLUIDS


Horolene Clock Concentrate Castaldo Mould Separation Cream


To use Castaldo mould cream, spread a small amount on both surfaces of the mould with a finger or simple tool and then vulcanize normally. After vulcanization, the mould can be pulled open by hand without cutting.


• Excellent for simple moulds • Easy to use cream, no powder required • More effective at separating a mould into two halves than the use of surgical knives or powder


• Safe, non-toxic and non hazardous • Can be used with natural or silicone rubber moulds • 28g • Castaldo USA


. Code C52352 Description Mould Separation Cream


UOM Price 30G


£7.50


A non-ammoniated ready to use clock cleaning fluid especially developed to meet the demands of clock cleaning. Can be used with ultrasonic or No3 rinse.


• L&R 677 • Non Ammoniated • For use in ultrasonic tanks and rotary cleaning machines


• 3.8 litres Code


F2792 Description L&R 677 Clock Cleaner (3.8 Litres) L&R Clock Concentrate


L&R - Clock Concentrate - Cleaning Fluid - Ammoniated - Water Based


A water base ammoniated cleaner that is diluted one part concentrate to seven parts water. Very good for removing heavy contamination from clock movements etc. May be rinsed off with water followed by final rinse in No3 solution. Ideal for Ordinary or Ultrasonic cleaning.


Horolene - Clock Concentrate Cleaning Fluid - Ammoniated - Water Based


Horolene’s fluids are ideal for the cleaning of all non ferrous metals including brass and copper. Formulated from the finest possible materials. Horolene removes tarnish and Verdi Gris from brass clock movements and all other brass and copper objects.


Directions for using Horolene Concentrate clock cleaner:


CHALK French Chalk


French Chalk - Traditional - Soft Grade


A natural compact talc made from a soft magnesium silicate mineral also known as Steatite or Soapstone.


Applications • Filing:


Apply on your files to stop the teeth from ‘pinning’ in the first place. Take a piece of our French chalk rub this into the file face before use. This has the effect of filling in the tooth pockets with chalk whilst still allowing the tooth to cut. Because the pocket is now full of chalk means that it can’t fill up with metals which bounces out. You will need to keep doing this of course every few strokes or so keeps your files feeling new and sharp.


• Polishing:


Rub over watches/cases to clean/polish finish, wipe away with a soft cloth once process is done


• Cleaning: Wet a bristle brush rub French chalk over the brush and clean your clock parts. (See our bristle brush selection Code B51646)


Dilute Horolene Concentrate in the ratio of 1 part Horolene to 7 parts water and pour into a suitable container with a closing closed. Useful for this are polythene ice cream cartons or a plastic bucket for larger items.


Fully immerse all items to be cleaned in the solution and soak for the required period of time to remove tarnish. The duration of immersion is dependent on every piece accounting for how badly tarnished it is. To hasten the process you may lightly brush objects during treatment (use code B34118 Pure Bristle Brush).


When the required finish is obtained remove the items from the container and rinse thoroughly with hot water. Shake of any excess moisture and dry completely with a fan heater or a warm oven is often helpful. Check the tin periodically for leakage.


The concentrate should be left in its original container and only diluted before actual usage.


Any change in colour which takes place will not affect the efficiency of the cleaner.


Code


F6472 F6473 F6474 F6475 F2808


Description


250ml Horolene Concentrate 500ml Horolene Concentrate 1 Litre Horolene Concentrate 2 ½ Litre Horolene Concentrate 5 Litres Horolene Concentrate


UOM Price 250ML


1LT £9.85


500ML £14.85 £23.50 £44.50 £69.95


2.5LT 5LT


L&R Clock Lube


L&R Clock Lube - Clock Rinsing & Lubricating Fluid


Can be used with L&R cleaning & rinsing solutions and in either ordinary or ultrasonic cleaning machines.


• L&R • A combination of rinse and lubricant for ultrasonic lubrication of parts


• To be used with #677 clock cleaner (F2792) or clock concentrate (F2794)


• Minimizes the need for manual hand lubrication of movements


• Has the same properties and delivers the same results as the old L&R sololube


• 3.8 litres Code


F47529 Description L&R Clock Lube (3.8 Litres)


UOM Price EACH £34.95


• L&R Clock Concentrate • Ammoniated, Water Based • For use in ultrasonic tanks and rotary cleaning machines


• 3.8 litres Code


F2794 Description L&R Clock Concentrate (3.8 Litres)


UOM Price £39.75


3.8LT


UOM Price £39.95


3.8LT


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