MG Chemicals 403A 134A Super Cold Spray, 285g (10 Oz) Aerosol Can
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- Used for locating thermal intermittence, locate PCB cracks, and cool solder joints
- Chills to -51 degree C (-60 degree F)
- 100 percent HFC 134A gas, ozone safe
- Non-flammable, non-conductive, zero residue
- Variable valve allows greater user control
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|Manufacturer Series Number||403A|
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Used for locating thermal intermittence, locate PCB cracks, and cool solder joints. Protects heat... See more product details
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Long wooden cotton-tipped Swab Sticks (Must be able to reach very bottom of bottle)
Empty large mouth plastic bottle (e.g. Small Gatorade bottle)
Skin sanitizer or Betadine
Attach red spray tube and practice a squirt or two, AWAY from you or anyone else - it's surprisingly hard and fast!
Clean skin well on and around the wart.
Hold bottle at arms length, and spray deep into it for about 5 seconds.
Quickly dip swab into the rapidly evaporating fluid.
Touch or roll swab directly onto the wart (avoid surrounding skin if at all possible) and keep contact for about ten seconds.
Listen for sizzle.
You may have to repeat if you don't notice the wart looking grey or off white.
Cover with bandaid.
Leave it alone - don't pick, cut or scrape it.
Be patient, it will slough off in a few days.
Voila! You've saved a trip to doc (unless you goof with it and cause an infection!)
I was using it to assist in a school science project. Have not used it enough to know how long the can will last, but so far this has been great.
It cautions to use in well ventilated area/outside, which I concur. However, the fumes (which I avoided breathing anyway) did not smell too strongly.
The flow rate is a bit high for very small parts,
but you can always spray into a Styrofoam cup and use a Cotton swab to apply it.
WARNING!!!! Let me give you some very good advice, I underestimated how much dmg this can do and how quickly it does it. I just wanted to spray the 'growth' itself so cut a hole in something and put it over it but didn't put much effort into that and I was doing it myself, results was a half dollar size freeze burn. Luckily it did not do enough damage to scar. You really, really should get someone (someone SENSIBLE) to help you with this and devise something with a hole to help you target only area you want or you can try like some say with Qtips, they actually work decent but for me the affected area was much larger than a skin tag so I sprayed directly. Anyway, just respect how much damage extreme cold can do to your flesh and you should be fine.
I would also suggest that you always, always ask your doctor first before you use it on anything.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Yea this stuff is basically the same as what the professionals use. Word of warning, it does spray much wider and will leave you with a big frostbite spot for weeks!Published 5 days ago by James C.
Great to have around in the lab. I have used it too quickly remove 3d printed parts from a heated bed, cool circuit boards down for overclocking, and more. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Anthony Garofalo
Works just like it should, I used it to freeze the tip of a cotton swab. Works great.Published 1 month ago by Baja Gardener