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Product code: 00910045

Star Enviroplus

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Star Enviroplus is a powerful, water soluble, biodegradable, solvent degreasing compound which contains no petroleum solvents. It relies on a natural organic hydrocarbon and highly efficient emulsifying agents to attain superior solvency.

Star Enviroplus is mainly used in applications for cleaning and degreasing in the engine room and on deck for removal of heavy grease, oil, fats, ink, sludge, polymer compounds, carbon deposits, dirt and grime.


  • Rinses completely without streaking, spotting, or hazing, leaving no trace of oily film or solvent residue on the cleaned surface or on water surfaces after discharge to the environment.
  • Completely biodegradable, allowing easy disposal without any danger of water pollution.
  • Safe to use on most surfaces including metals, ceramics, wood, stone, brick and concrete.
  • Fresh, fragrant aroma which assures a pleasant work atmosphere and greater acceptance by operators.
  • Replaces chlorinated and kerosene based solvents for degreasing.
  • No choking, aromatic fumes common to most petroleum-derived products.


25 ltrs

Directions for use

Star Enviroplus can be used for all types of cleaning and degreasing and can be applied by brush, hand spray or used in ultrasonic cleaning tanks. It can be used neat or diluted from 1 part up to 20 parts of water according to the amount of soil to be removed.

Star Enviroplus can be hand sprayed neat or diluted up to 5 parts water and left for about 20 to 30 minutes before washing off with water.

When used concentrated, it has a flashpoint>1000℃, but in most cleaning applications is used diluted with up to 20 parts water.

Note: Avoid prolonged contact with rubber and/or paint finishes.

Please read the Material Safety Data Sheet before using this product for detailed information on safety and health.

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