The GolfWorks FP 142+ Grip Solvent

The GolfWorks FP 142+ Grip Solvent


GolfWorks FP 142+ Solvent - 4 oz
$3.49
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GolfWorks FP 142+ Solvent - Quart
$9.99
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GolfWorks FP 142+ Solvent - Gallon
$20.99
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The GolfWorks FP 142+ Grip Solvent

The GolfWorks FP 142+ Grip Solvents are non-flammable and non-toxic. The FP 142+ solvent features a high flash point (142+) and has very little odor making this solvent perfectly safe for use in small confined spaces. The FP 142+ solvent evaporates quickly and is petroleum based with extra additives to make any type of grip tape immediately slick for easy grip installation. The FP 142+ Grip Solvent is available in a 4 oz. Pump Spray Bottle, a Quart Spray Bottle and a Gallon container for large volume shops.

The GolfWorks FP 142+ solvent can be shipped via air freight and internationally without additional hazardous charges.
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Does the The GolfWorks FP 142+ Grip Solvent have a shelf life?

Asked by: Lou
No, there really is no shelf life for grip solvent. It is good until it all evaporates.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-05-23

Is this grip solvent reusable?

Asked by: ggg88
Yes this solvent as well as all of our grip solvents can be reused.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-04-24

I see the FP 142+ solvent is on backorder. Any idea when more will be available, specifically the quart size?

Asked by: fails1952
Right now we are showing that it is due in the middle of March.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-02-22

Do u send to Australia?

Asked by: Som
Yes we do ship to Australia. You can contact our International Trade Accounts Manager Donna Ours at dours@golfworks.com and she will be able to help you.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-06-20

Is this solvent perchloroethylene or naptha?

Asked by: Midlane17
In looking at the MSDS sheet it says it is made up of 70% to 80% of Hydrotreated Light Distillates, 10% to 20% Water, 10% to 15% Fatty Acid Soap, and 1% to 5% Nonionic Surfactant. Perchloroethylene has not been used in grip solvents for a number of years now.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-01-04

can I use product for diluting old rubber cement and what rubber cement products are available

Asked by: PaulP
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