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Product Name: Loctite Brush On Super Glue-Old Product
Form: liquid
Product Category: Home maintenance » super glue » Adhesive
Home Office » super glue » Adhesive
Inside the Home » super glue » Adhesive
Customer Service: 800-321-1733
Date Entered: 2011-03-10
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Manufacturer: Henkel Consumer Adhesives
Div., The Henkel Group
Address: 7405 Production Drive
City: Mentor
State: OH
Zip Code: 44060
Telephone Number: 440-255-8900
Toll Free Number: 800-624-7767
Date Info Verified: 2017-02-28
Related Items: Products by this manufacturer
The following information (Health Effects, Handling/Disposal, and Ingredients) is taken from the product label and/or the (Material) Safety Data Sheet, (M)SDS, prepared by the manufacturer. The National Library of Medicine does not test products nor does it evaluate information from the product label or the (M)SDS. (What is an (M)SDS?) (Complete (M)SDS for this product)
Health Effects
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Warnings: Avoid contact with skin and eyes. Avoid breathing vapor.

Store at or below 75 degrees.
Acute Health Effects: From MSDS:

Hazards Identification

Emergency Overview: Skin contact may cause burns. Bonds skin rapidly and strongly. Skin and eye irritant.

Routes of Exposure: None known.

Vapor is irritating to eyes and mucous membranes above TLV. Prolonged and repeated overexposure to vapors may produce symptoms of non-allergic asthma in sensitive individuals.

Existing Conditions Aggravated by Exposure: None known
Chronic Health Effects: From MSDS:

No information provided.?
Carcinogenicity: No components of this product are listed as carcinogens by IARC, NTP?and OSHA.
First Aid: Cyanoacrylate adhesive is a very fast setting and strong adhesive. It bonds human tissue including skin in seconds. Experience has shown that accidents due to cyanoacrylates are handled best by passive, nonsurgical first aid. Treatment of specific types of accidents are given below.

Skin contact: Remove excess adhesive. Soak in warm, soapy water. The adhesive will come loose from the skin in several hours. Cured adhesive does not present a health hazard even when bonded to the skin. Avoid contact with clothes, fabrics, rags, or tissue. Contact with these materials may cause polymerization. The polymerization of large amounts of adhesive will generate heat causing smoke, skin burns, and strong, irritating vapors. Wear nitrile or polyethylene gloves and apron when handling large amounts of adhesive.

Skin adhesion: First immerse the bonded surfaces in warm, soapy water. Peel or roll the surfaces apart with the aid of a blunt edge, e.g. a spatula or a teaspoon handle; then remove adhesive from the skin with soap and water. Do not try to pull surfaces apart with a direct opposing action.

Eyelid to eyelid or eyeball adhesion: In the event that eyelids are stuck together or bonded to the eyeball, wash thoroughly with warm water and apply a gauze patch. The eye will open without further action, typically in 1-4 days. There will be no residual damage. Do not try to open the eyes by manipulation.

Adhesive on the eyeball: Cyanoacrylate introduced into the eyes will attach itself to the eye protein and will disassociate from it over intermittent periods, generally covering several hours. This will cause periods of weeping until clearance is achieved. During the period of contamination,

double vision may be experienced together with a lachrymatory effect, and it is important to understand the cause and realize that

disassociation will normally occur within a matter of hours, even with gross contamination.

Mouth:If lips are accidentally stuck together, apply lots of warm water to the lips and encourage maximum wetting and pressure from saliva inside

the mouth. Peel or roll lips apart. Do not try to pull the lips with direct opposing action. It is almost impossible to swallow cyanoacrylate. The adhesive solidifies and adheres in the mouth. Saliva will lift the adhesive in one half to two days. In case a lump forms in the mouth, position the

patient to prevent ingestion of the lump when it detaches.

Burns: Cyanoacrylates give off heat on solidification. In rare cases a large drop will increase in temperature enough to cause a burn. Burns should be treated normally after the lump of cyanoacrylate is released from the tissue as described above.

Surgery: It should never be necessary to use such a drastic method to separate accidentally bonded skin.
Health Rating: 2.
Flammability Rating: 2
Reactivity Rating: 1
HMIS Rating Scale: 0 = Minimal; 1 = Slight; 2 = Moderate; 3 = Serious; 4 = Severe; 
N = No information provided by manufacturer; * = Chronic Health Hazard
MSDS Date: 2008-09-30
Handling: Avoid contact with skin and eyes. Avoid breathing vapor.

Store at or below 75 degrees.
Disposal: Incinerate following EPA and local regulations.
Ingredients from (M)SDS/Label
ChemicalCAS No / Unique IDPercent
Ethyl 2-cyanoacrylate007085-85-060-100
(Complete (M)SDS for this product)
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