Originally Posted by kenshinoro2007
it is the antirust ingredient, and it is a highly carcinogenic substance, much worse than your average petroleum product. Breathing it in or having it on your skin (it will absorb through) is a bad idea and a bad day in the future. Do whatever you want, I'm just advising you as someone who knows about cancer, carcinogens, and stupidity.
It's only "highly carcinogenic" if you choose to say it is. It is only considered a Carcinogen in CA. The US in general consider TCE as a "Possible carcinogen"
and that is a occupational exposure levels.
Ever use nonflammable brake cleaner or non chlorinated contact cleaner?? It's in there too. It's the replacement for 111 Trichlor
And by the way it evaporates so fast it can be used as a rust preventative.