Frequently Asked Questions

Browse some popular and helpful questions regarding the storage and use of AC Line Cleaner, as well as a detailed document covering all aspects of this eco-friendly home HVAC cleaner.

Use in a well-ventilated environment (or wear respiratory protection) to avoid inhaling any spray/vapor/fumes/gas/mist/dust from the cleaning process. Also wear protective gloves as well as protection for your eyes and face, and either wear protective clothing or do not allow contaminated work clothing to leave the workplace.

If it contacts skin, wash with plenty of soap and water for at least 15 minutes, and if further irritation or rash occurs then seek medical attention.

If it gets in the eyes, rinse cautiously with water for at least 15 minutes while lifting upper and lower eyelids (remove contact lenses, if present and easy to do). Continue rinsing and immediately call a poison center or doctor/physician.

If inhaled and breathing becomes difficult, move affected person to fresh air and keep at rest in a comfortable position for breathing. If respiratory symptoms arise, call a poison center or a doctor/physician.

If swallowed, rinse mouth (do not induce vomiting), drink plenty of water and call a poison center or doctor/physician.

Keep container with AC Line Cleaner closed tightly in a dry, cool and well-ventilated location.

Of the chemicals used in AC Line Cleaner (isopropylidene glycol, alkyl polyglucoside and several others), 0% of the mixture is found to be hazardous to the aquatic environment (see attached document on this page for further details).

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