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How to read MSDS, SDS, WHMIS, PSDS data

Productlabels should (if applicable) show warning signs based on their MSDS data (Also referred to as PSDS, SDS or WHMIS). These logo’s all have different meanings and give you a good visual warning on the dangerous properties.

What is MSDS, SDS, WHMIS, PSDS

MSDS stands for Material Safety Data Sheet. It can also be referred to as the PSDS, SDS or WHMIS. This system is in place to inform the user on any risks that are linked to the materials and/or ingredients that are being used.

How to remove snow

Removing snow from your vehicle might be necessary before you can safely drive off. Leaving lots of snow on your vehicle can be illegal and result in a fine and/or unsafe situations. Removing the snow safely and properly makes it safer for you and your surrounding, and will prevent surface imperfections that need to be polished out.

Ice formation on glass

When glass has a temperature that is lower then, or equal to 0 degrees Celsius, any water coming in contact with it, will freeze and turn into ice. This is often seen in cold climates or seasons and might require the ice to be removed.

What are health hazards

Detailing isn’t without risks. You work with chemicals or fast moving machines. It is important to take you own safety into account and to be aware of health risks at work. Preparation is key to safety.

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