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  Solubilizing orange oil
From: LLmen at wi.rr.com (Don Martinson) on 2007.10.14 at 20:15:56(16492)
Not Michael here, but perhaps I can help.

The 2 ingredients listed on the label of ZEP Citrus Cleaner and Degreaser
are d-limonene and monoethanolamine. Per my
Handbook of Chemistry & Physics, the d-limonene (the orange oil) should be
alcohol soluble and the monoethanolamine should be soluble
in both water and alcohol, and is used primarily as a surfactant or wetting
agent ( http://www.dow.com/productsafety/finder/mea.htm)

In addition, Florida Chemical (
http://www.dow.com/productsafety/finder/mea.htm) states that:

From: mickpascall at hotmail.com (Michael Pascall) on 2007.10.15 at 09:29:59(16500)
There are some locally made orange oil products , one a shampoo for kids to kill nits, lice
Also one to remove sticky tape gum .. I had used that for spraying on brom scale ..
never thought to use it for bugs .. thanks guys , all have been a big help .
Michael Pascall,

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