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    I receantly purchased Valu-Brite Outdoor Condenser Coil
    Cleaner. I need to clean the condenser coils and the owner has a really nice lawn and I dont want to kill his lawn . The question is will this solution kill grass . MSDS sheet says it contains acid.
    This is the stuff in the pinkish-red gallon jugs.


    [Edited by scleat on 07-16-2006 at 09:41 PM]

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    Originally posted by scleat
    I receantly purchased Valu-Brite Outdoor Condenser Coil
    Cleaner. I need to clean the condenser coils and the owner has a really nice lawn and I dont want to kill his lawn . The question is will this solution kill grass . MSDS sheet says it contains acid.
    This is the stuff in the pinkish-red gallon jugs.


    [Edited by scleat on 07-16-2006 at 09:41 PM]
    I have never used a acid cleaner on a condenser. I would suggest getting a alkaline based cleaner and following the directions. Try putting what ever you use on the condenser and not the grass and use plenty of water

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