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Translucent Car Wax with Pearls

H-AC-0016

This translucent car wax with beads provides unique product aesthetics along with good shine performance. Carbopol 676 polymer
provides stability and proper flow properties to the formulation. Water beading and protection properties are provided in an easy to use
liquid form by Aquaslip carnauba wax emulsion.

Chemical Name, Trade Name

Weight
%

Function

1.
2.
3.

Deionized Water

(1)
Carbopol 676 Polymer
Morpholine

92.75
0.20
0.70

Diluent
Rheology Modifier
Neutralizer

4.

C11 Alcohol Ethoxylate (9 moles EO),


(2)
Neodol 1-9

0.40

Emulsifier

5.

Amidosilicone Emulsion, Dow Corning 2-8177


(3)
Emulsion
(1)
Aquaslip 952 Carnauba Wax Emulsion

4.98

Shine Agent

0.20

Wax

0.07
0.40

Color
Wax

0.30

Preservative

6.
7.
8.
9.

(4)

D&C Yellow #10


Carnauba Wax Pearls, Lipopearl Blue
(5)
Carnauba Wax with Mineral Oil
(6)
Neolone PE

Typical Product Properties:


Appearance:

Translucent gel with beads

pH:

8.5 - 9.5

Viscosity (mPas)*: 4,500 - 10,000


Stability:
Pass 4 weeks @ 45C
Pass 2 freeze/thaw cycles
*Brookfield RVT @ 20 rpm, 25C

Supplier References:

Procedure:
1. Using moderate agitation (800 rpm) provided by a variable speed mixing unit and
an impeller suitable for general mixing and blending operations, disperse or

screen the Carbopol 676 polymer into the deionized water. Mix the slurry for
approximately 15 minutes or until the slurry is homogeneous.

(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)

Lubrizol Advanced Materials, Inc.


Shell Chemicals
The Dow Corning Corporation
Emerald Hilton Davis
Lipo Chemicals
The Dow Chemical Company

2. Add the ethoxylated alcohol with good agitation.


3. Add the amidosilicone emulsion with moderate agitation.
4. Add the Aquaslip carnauba wax emulsion with moderate agitation.
5. Add the morpholine with moderate agitation.
6. Reduce the agitation and add the color and beads (minimal agitation will avoid air
entrapment).
7. Add the preservative. Mix well.
Carbopol is a registered trademark of The Lubrizol Corporation.
Neodol is a trademark of Shell Chemicals.
Dow Corning is a registered trademark of The Dow Corning Corporation.
Aquaslip is a trademark of The Lubrizol Corporation.
Lipopearl is a trademark of Lipo Chemicals.
Neolone is a trademark of The Dow Chemical Company.

H-AC-0016
Edition: July 2009
Original Edition: September 2006

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