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MG Chemicals 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
- NSF - Nonfood Compounds Program Listed P1, NSF Registration #144207
|Number of Items||1|
|EAN||3609920136386 , 0779008403280|
|Hazardous Material Type||unknown|
|Item Weight||14.4 ounces|
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|Brand Name||MG Chemicals|
|Manufacturer Series Number||403A|
|Specific Uses For Product||personal|
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Used for locating thermal intermittence, locate PCB cracks, and cool solder joints. Protects heat-sensitive components during soldering. Also freezes gums and adhesives for easy removal. Chills to -51 degree C (-60 degree F). Moisture free gas. Non-VOC. ROHS Compliant.
Size: 10 ounces
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I started researching different treatments. Duct tape did nothing for me. Herbs did nothing. Burning it off didn't work. I did not want to have it cut out of me. So I researched the cryogenic treatment since it's had some success in the past. I researched the medical version of the liquid nitrogen spray guns. Those were $500-700. I tried to get a used one but auction websites rarely get them. So I started looking for liquid nitrogen. Not the easiest thing to get your hands on. Then I came across this. I read all the comments and other website forums. I followed the instructions and sprayed it on a Q-tip first and then pressed it into my wart. I held it for 10-12 seconds to reach at least 90 seconds of freeze time. When the Dr's did it, they only froze it for 60 seconds.
It stings and the larger the area you have to freeze, the more it stings. It will sting for a long time afterwards. Some of my warts were small, so I only had to work a small area. Three area's were larger, about the diameter of a #2 pencil eraser. So I worked to accurately freeze them. It took me only 3 times to really get the hang of it.
I am on my second freeze session. The first one was 2 months ago and it killed all the warts I correctly froze. Instead of a massive cluster of 17 warts on my knuckle, I'm down to 6. I'm anticipating 1 more freeze session. But I'm waiting 2 months between each time for adequate freezing.
In my experience thus far, freeze the warts had given the best results.
I purchased this after our supplier delivered us only one canister instead of one case of their freeze spray. I compared the SDS of the two products and they have the same components, and worked the same way. This is the same price as theirs and was delivered in two days. Theirs would've taken 1 week and a few days.
Great product and reasonable price. Would buy again when our supplier fails us again. (Probably in two weeks.)
Qtip with Super cool,.then applied to the wart. Stung for a while, but worked great!... Another way was to put a little bit od Super Cool into a styrofoam cup, then dip a Qtip into the liquid and put on wart..
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