> > Both DeoxIT and De-Ox-Id are currently listed as Caig products in the
> > on-line catalog at www.tubesandmore.com website. Click on the Caig logo
> > the home page.
> > The older can of DE-OX-ID aerosol on my desk right now is from GC
> > Electronics, Rockford, Illinois.
> > At the Caig website, you can usually find the application data for their
> > chemicals. www.caig.com
> > jim menning
> Thats interesting because it looks like an error on AES' part. I see
> nothing about the DeoxID product that ties it to Caig and it is
> mentioned as an oil based clean/protector and wears a GC label - not at
> all the same as Deoxit.
> Does your can mention Caig, Jim?
> -Bill M
Bill---You may be right about AES mis-identifying the GC product as Caig. I
went to the Caig site, and didn't find the DE-OX-ID listed there. It is
listed at the GC Electronics site.
The can I have is labelled GC, it is an aerosol, 5 ounce, part # 10-1906.
I have had this can probably at least 10 years. The label is white with
black printing, and red trim.
Ingredients listed are: Perchloroethylene (127-18-4)
Refined Mineral Oils (64742-55-8)
The spray itself comes out clear (no color).