Mohawk Finishing Products
Division of RPM Wood Finishes Group, Inc.
Product Data Sheet
Ultra Classic™ Toner
(13 oz. aerosols)
M100 - color number (25 colors available)
Mohawk Ultra Classic™ Toners have proven themselves very successful throughout the Touch-up industry where extreme transparency and clarity is required. Fade resistant and non-bleeding dyes are used for the entire color line. These toners can be used from making small touch-up repairs to shading and toning an entire article. Use the appropriate clear lacquer aerosol if the sheen level needs adjustment.
1. Hap’s compliant.
2. Aerosol form, no extra equipment needed.
3. Feathers in invisibly for touch-up repairs.
4. Available in a wide variety of wood finishing shades.
5. Excellent transparency.
Weight per gallon: 6.38 lbs/gal *(including propellant)
Solids % (wt): 8.84*
Solids % (vol): 5.22*
Dry time: Air dry @ 72 F, 35% relative humidity
To touch: 7 minutes
To handle: 15 minutes
To package: overnight
PWR category: WSP
PWR Category limit: 1.38
PWR of product: 0.94 *
*Includes propellant; values vary between colors
All values theoretical; not intended to be exact QC specifications.
Package life: 3 years
HMIS: Health – 2, Flammability – 4, Reactivity – 0, Personal Protection – X
Clean surface to be sprayed with Mohawk Wax Wash™ Remover. For best results, can temperature should be 65° - 90° F. SHAKE WELL BEFORE USING for at least one minute after ball rattles to ensure color uniformity. Point opening of spray button toward object, holding can 12 to 14 inches away form surface to be coated. Press spray button firmly. Use steady, even strokes. Several thin coats give better finish than one heavy coat. Allow coating to become tacky between coats. Clean spray button immediately by spraying with can upside down until no more product comes out. If clogged, remove spray button with a twisting motion and clean. Gently twist button onto can with opening turned away from you.
Safety and Other Precautions:
Read MSDS for precautions before using product. Ultra Classic Toners Page 2 of 3 revision 8/2/12
If Material Safety Data Sheet is required, contact:
P.O. Box 22000 Phone: 1-800-545-0047
Hickory, NC 28603 Fax: 1-800-721-1545
INFORMATION and LIMITED WARRANTY DISCLAIMER
To the best of our knowledge the technical data contained herein is true and accurate on the date of publication and is subject to change without prior notice. User must contact Mohawk Finishing Products to verify correctness before specifying or ordering. No guarantee of accuracy is given or implied. We assume no responsibility for coverage, performance or injuries resulting from use. The data on this sheet represents estimated and typical values. Since application variables are a major factor in product performance, this information should serve only as a general guide. We sell the products without warranty. Users assume all responsibility and liability for use. Loss or damage arising from the use of our products whether used alone or in combination with our products is the responsibility of the user.
MOHAWK FINISHING PRODUCTS MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, AND DISCLAIMS ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR USE OR FREEDOM FROM PATENT INFRINGEMENT. MOHAWK FINISHING PRODUCTS WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTALE DAMAGES. Your only remedy for any defect in this product is the replacement of the defective product, or a refund of its purchase price, at our option. The information on this sheet, as well as the products referenced herein, shall be considered "Confidential Information". Wet samples and uncured samples of these products shall be maintained as confidential and shall not be disclosed to any third party without the prior written permission of Mohawk Finishing Products.
The Importance of Clearing the Tube Before Using an Aerosol
Clearing the tube of an aerosol can is important any time the aerosol has sat for any amount of time, especially before the first use.
This is a simple procedure that involves properly agitating the can (shaking for one full minute) and then spraying it for approximately 3 seconds in a safe direction but not onto the part that is going to be sprayed. This allows the material that remains in the dip tube that cannot be agitated to be evacuated and not dispensed on the job part.
When an aerosol can is filled the agitator balls are first inserted and then the can is filled with paint (stain, glaze, lacquer, etc.). The next step is the insertion of the valve which is secured to the can by crimping of the valve ring. After the valve is secured propellant is added to the can through the valve. The propellant pressurizes the can. This pressure immediately forces a small amount of paint into the dip tube of the valve. This paint in the tube settles the same as the paint in the can. Pigments, dyes and sheen control agents, which provide color and sheen to the paint, separate from the solvents and propellant in the can. When the can is agitated by shaking, the agitator balls help mix the pigments and dyes with the solvents. This agitation, however, has little effect on paint in the tube, thus it needs to be evacuated before applying the paint to the substrate and repair.
Ultra Classic Toners Page 3 of 3 revision 8/
Material Safety Data Sheet
Section 1: Product and Company Identification
RPM Wood Finishes Group, Inc.
Company Phone number: (800) 522-8266
P.O. Box 22000
CHEMTREC: (800) 424-9300 International: 703-527-3887 (collect)
Hickory, NC 28603
EHS Review/Issue Date:
Section 2: Hazards Identification
Potential Health Effects:
See Section 11 for more information.
Primary Routes of Exposure:
Eye contact, ingestion, skin contact, inhalation, and absorption.
Product may cause eye damage; signs and symptoms may include burns, vision impairment, permanent corneal damage and/or
soft tissue damage.
Product may cause skin damage; signs and symptoms may include blistering, burns and/or possible scarring.
Product if ingested may cause damage (including burns, scarring, and ulcerization) to mouth, throat, stomach, and digestive and
central nervous systems. Signs and symptoms may include headache, drowsiness, dizziness, swelling, abdominal discomfort,
burning sensation, shock or collapse, convulsions and/or bleeding. Post-ingestion vomitous in the lungs may cause chemical
ULTRA® CLASSIC TONER NATURAL PINE
Causes eye, skin, nose and throat irritation. Harmful or fatal if swallowed. Harmful if inhaled. Vapor harmful.
Product if inhaled may cause severe irritation or damage (including but not limited to burns, scarring, and ulcerization) to
respiratory tract and central nervous system. Signs and symptoms may include weakness, headache, drowsiness, dizziness,
swelling, abdominal discomfort, burning sensation, shock or collapse, convulsions, breathing difficulties, nasal perforation,
ulceration, heart damage, blindness, bleeding and/or death. Serious risk of suffocation when in confined area. NOTICE: Reports
have associated repeated and prolonged occupational overexposure to solvents with permanent brain and nervous system
damage. Intentional misuse by deliberately concentrating and inhaling the contents may be harmful or fatal.
EHS Review/Issue Date: Page of 9
Section 3: Composition/Information on Ingredients
Chemical CAS Percent Composition
Section 4: First Aid Measures
20 - 30
10 - 20
1 - 10
cellulose nitrate, cellulose ester
This product contains carcinogens or potential carcinogens as listed by IARC or NTP.
Components of this product are considered hazardous per the OSHA Hazard Communication Standard (29 CFR
If exposure occurs, flush the affected eye for at least 20 minutes. Tilt the head to prevent chemical from transferring to the
uncontaminated eye. Seek medical attention immediately after flushing.
Section 5: Fire Fighting Measures
Products of Combustion:
Protection of Firefighters / Explosion Hazards:
Section 6: Accidental Release Measures
Do not induce vomiting. Dilute with water or milk. Never give fluids if the victim is unconscious or having convulsions. Seek
medical attention immediately. Contact Poison Control Center immediately.
If exposure occurs, flush the affected area thoroughly with water for at least 15 minutes. Destroy contaminated clothing and shoes.
Seek medical attention immediately.
Remove to fresh air. If not breathing, administer CPR until help arrives or the victim starts to breathe on his own. If breathing is
difficult, give oxygen. Seek medical attention immediately.
Combustion may produce carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, and irritating or toxic vapors and gases.
Evacuate all persons from the fire area to a safe location. Move non-burning material, as feasible, to a safe location as soon as
possible. Fire fighters should be protected from potential explosion hazards while extinguishing the fire. Wear self-contained
breathing apparatus (SCBA) and full fire-fighting protective clothing. Thoroughly decontaminate all protective equipment after use.
Containers of this material may build up pressure if exposed to heat (fire). Use water spray to cool fire-exposed containers. Use
water spray to disperse vapors if a spill or leak has not ignited. DO NOT extinguish a fire resulting from the flow of flammable
liquid until the flow of the liquid is effectively shut off. This precaution will help prevent the accumulation of an explosive vapor-air
mixture after the initial fire is extinguished.
Use alcohol foam, dry chemical, carbon dioxide or any Class B fire extinguishing agent. Water may be unsuitable for extinguishing
fires. Water may be used to cool and prevent the rupture of containers that are exposed to the heat from a fire.
Follow personal protective equipment recommendations found in Section 8. Personal protection needs must be evaluated based on
information provided on this sheet and the special circumstances created by the spill including; the material spilled, the quantity of
the spill, the area in which the spill occurred, and the training and the expertise of employees in the area responding to the spill.
Never exceed any occupational exposure limits. Shut off ignition sources; including electrical equipment and flames. Do not allow
smoking in the area. Do not allow the spilled product to enter public drainage systems or open waterways.
Section 7: Handling and Storage
Section 8: Exposure / Personal Protection
OSHA 29 CFR 1910.1000 Air Contaminants – Tables:
(units as noted)
Contents under pressure. Do not puncture, incinerate, or discard in a compactor. Do not store above 120°F, or in direct sunlight.
Intentional misuse by deliberately concentrating and inhaling vapors may be harmful or fatal. Empty containers may retain product
residue or vapor. Do not pressurize, cut, weld, braze, solder, drill, grind, or expose container to heat, flame, sparks, static electricity,
or other sources of ignition.
Keep containers closed when not in use. Store in cool well ventilated space away from incompatible materials.
2400 MGM3 (1000 PPM)
700 MGM3 (150 PPM)
1800 MGM3 (1000 PPM)
1900 MGM3 (1000 PPM)
710 MGM3 (150 PPM)
1400 MGM3 (400 PPM)
435 MGM3 (100 PPM)
240 MGM3 (50 PPM)
980 MGM3 (400 PPM)
10 PPM 29 CFR 1910.1028
Eye / Face Protection:
General Hygiene Considerations:
Section 9: Physical and Chemical Properties
Flash Point (
Flammability (solid, gas):
Upper Flammability Limit:
Lower Flammability Limit:
Wear chemical resistant footwear and clothing such as gloves, an apron or a whole body suit as appropriate.
Wear chemical-resistant glasses and/or goggles and a face shield when eye and face contact is possible due to splashing or spraying
Use adequate ventilation to maintain airborne concentrations at levels below permissible or recommended occupational exposure
A NIOSH-approved air-purifying respirator with the appropriate cartridge may be appropriate under certain circumstances where
airborne concentrations are expected to exceed permissible exposure limits. Protection provided by air-purifying respirators is
limited. Use a positive-pressure, air supplied respirator if there is potential for an uncontrolled release, exposure levels are not
known or any other circumstances where air-purifying respirators may not provide adequate protection.
It is good practice to avoid contact with the product and/or its vapor, mists or dust by using appropriate protective measures.
Wash thoroughly after handling and before eating or drinking.
Weight per Gallon (lbs):
Partition Coefficient (n-octanol/water):
Coating VOC g/l:
Coating VOC lbs/gal:
Material VOC g/l:
Material VOC lbs/gal:
Solids WT %:
VOC data per US EPA guidelines. Some states and localities have guidelines more stringent than federal regulations.
Aerosol coating product category codes and applicable reactivity limits are displayed on product labels per 40 CFR 59.507.
Section 10: Stability and Reactivity
Conditions to Avoid/Incompatible Materials:
Hazardous Decomposition Products:
Stable under normal conditions.
Keep away from heat, sparks and flames.
Contains Non-Photochemically Reactive Solvent.
Section 11: Toxicology Information
CAS IARC NTP
Toxicological evaluation of this product as a whole has not been performed. Individual components that are potential or known
carcinogens are listed above.
Section 12: Ecological Information
n-butyl acetate 123-86-4
Ecological evaluation of this material has not been performed; however, do not allow the product to be released to the
environment without governmental approval/permits.
ethanol 64-17-5 * *
71-43-2 * *
Section 13: Disposal Considerations
Section 14: Transportation Information
DOT Basic description:
See 49 CFR 172.101 for Special Provisions, Packaging, and Quantity Limitations.
Section 15: Regulatory Information
Waste from this material may be a listed and/or characteristic hazardous waste. Dispose of material, contaminated
absorbent, container and unused contents in accordance with local, state, and federal regulations.
* 5000 LBS
UN1950, AEROSOLS, FLAMMABLE, 2.1
* * *
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