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                       MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET                             
                       1. CHEMICAL PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION         
Product Identifier     Dakota Shine Aerosol                                   
General Use            Color/Pigment Restoration                              
Product Description    Amber Liquid with Slight Solvent Odor                  
                                                                              
Manufacturer           Dakota AG Innovations, LLC                             
                       40690 253rd Street                                     
                       Mitchell, South Dakota 57301                           
                       605-996-7800                                           
Emergency Telephone    ChemTrec (800) 424-9300                                
Numbers                                                                       
                       2. COMPOSITION/INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS              
THE SPECIFIC IDENTITY OF CHEMICALS IN THIS PRODUCT ARE PROPRIETARY, THEY ARE  
THEREFORE, CONSIDERED TRADE SECRETS AND WITHHELD IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE       
PROVISIONS OF SECTION 1900.1200 OF TITLE 29 OF THE CODE OF FEDERAL            
REGULATIONS.                                                                  
OSHA HAZARDOUS COMPONENTS (29 CFR 1910.1200):                                 
                       EXPOSURE LIMITS 8 hrs TWA (ppm)                        
CAS Registry #      OSHA PEL            ACGIH-TLV           OTHER              
108-88-3            100 ppm             50 ppm                                 
67-64-1             500 ppm             500 ppm                                
78-93-3             200 ppm             200 ppm                                
1330-20-7           100 ppm             100 ppm                                
8052-41-3           100 ppm             100 ppm                                
74-98-6             1000 ppm            2500 ppm                               
75-28-5             Not Established     Not Established                        
108-65-6            Not Established     Not Established     2 ppm              
                                                            (AIHA WEEL Guide)  
                       3. HAZARD IDENTIFICATION                               
EMERGENCY OVERVIEW                                                            
Flammable Aerosol. Aerosol cans can explode when heated. If swallowed, call   
physician immediately. DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING. High vapor concentrations are  
irritating to the respiratory system and may cause drowsiness. Remove to fresh
air. Prolonged or repeated skin contact may cause defatting of the skin with  
redness and irritation.                                                       
Eye Contact            Moderately irritating, but will not permanently injure 
                       eye tissue.                                            
Skin Contact           Frequent and prolonged contact may defat and irritate  
                       skin.                                                  
Ingestion              Material contains hydrocarbons. Do not induce vomiting 
                       as vomiting may result in aspiration of hydrocarbons   
                       into the lungs.                                        
Inhalation             Breathing of the mists or vapors may irritate the nose,
                       throat and lungs. Symptoms may include sore throat,    
                       coughing, burning sensation and lethargy depending on  
                       concentration and duration.                            
Chronic                There is no known effect from chronic exposure to this 
                       product.                                               
                       4. FIRST AID MEASURES                                  
Inhalation             Allow the victim to rest in a well-ventilated area.    
                       Seek immediate medical attention. In case of inhalation
                       of IDHL levels, evacuate the victim to a safe area as  
                       soon as possible. Loosen tight fitting clothes. If     
                       breathing is difficult, administer oxygen. If the      
                       victim is not breathing, perform mouth-to-mouth        
                       resuscitation. Seek medical attention.                 
Eye Contact            Flush eyes with plenty of water for at least 15        
                       minutes, occasionally lifting the upper and lower      
                       eyelids. Check for and remove any contact lenses. Do   
                       not use an eye ointment. Consult a physician if        
                       irritation persists after flushing eyes.               
Skin Contact           If irritation persists, seek medical attention. Wash   
                       contaminated clothing before reusing.                  
Ingestion              DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING! If vomiting occurs             
                       spontaneously, lower head to avoid aspiration into the 
                       lungs. Contact a physician immediately.                
                       5. FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES                              
Flashpoint and Method  Unknown                                                
Flammable Limits       Unknown                                                
Autoignition           Unknown                                                
Temperature                                                                   
General Hazard         Flammable Aerosol; may release vapors that form        
                       flammable mixtures when temperatures are at or above   
                       the flash point. Components can oxidize and can cause  
                       spontaneous combustion of contaminated rags or other   
                       ignitable absorbent material.                          
Fire Fighting          Either allow fire to burn out under controlled         
Instructions           conditions or extinguish with foam or dry chemical. Use
                       water spray to cool fire exposed surfaces. Avoid       
                       spraying water directly onto hot aerosol containers.   
Fire Fighting          In the event of a fire, wear full protective clothing  
Equipment              and NIOSH-approved self-contained breathing apparatus  
                       with full facepiece operated in the pressure demand or 
                       other positive pressure mode. For small outdoor fires, 
                       which may be easily extinguished with portable fire    
                       extinguisher, use of any SCBA may not be required.     
Hazardous Combustion   Carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide.                    
Products                                                                      
                       6. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES                         
Land Spill Response    Refer to other sections of this MSDS for information   
                       regarding physical and health hazards, respiratory     
                       protection, ventilation and personal protective        
                       equipment. Contain spilled liquid with sand and earth. 
                       DO NOT use combustible materials such as sawdust.      
                       Materials saturated with this material may             
                       spontaneously combust.                                 
Water Spill            Remove from water surface by skimming or with suitable 
                       absorbents. If allowed by local environmental          
                       regulatory agencies, you may use a suitable dispersant.
Recommended Disposal   This product as supplied, when discarded or disposed   
                       of, is a hazardous waste according to 40 CFR 261 due to
                       ignitablilty.                                          
                       7. HANDLING AND STORAGE                                
Storage Temperature    Ambient                                                
Storage Pressure       Atmospheric                                            
General                Keep container closed when not in use. Loosen closure  
                       cautiously before opening.                             
                       Do not store over 120o F. High Temperatures may cause  
                       bursting. Store in well-ventilated place away from     
                       incompatible materials such as oxidizing agents,       
                       reducing agents, alkalis and acids.                    
                       Keep away from heat, sparks and flame.                 
                       Protect material from direct sunlight.                 
                       For warehouse storage, pallets and cases should be     
                       placed to avoid damage or rupture from                 
                       material-handling equipment.                           
                       Follow all MSDS/label warnings; even after container is
                       emptied.                                               
                       8. EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION               
Engineering Controls   Provide eyewash and hand washing facilities. Provide   
                       exhaust ventilation or other engineering controls to   
                       maintain the airborne vapor concentrations below their 
                       respective OSHA permissible exposure levels.           
Personal Protection    None required, if airborne vapor concentrations are    
                       maintained below the component respective threshold    
                       limit values and there is no direct skin contact with  
                       the material.                                          
                       9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES                    
Vapor Pressure         Not Available                                          
Vapor Density          Not Available                                          
Specific Gravity       Not Available                                          
Evaporation Rate       Not Available                                          
Solubility in Water    Negligible                                             
Freezing Point         Not Available                                          
pH                     N/A                                                    
Odor                   Aromatic Solvent                                       
Boiling point          Not Available                                          
Appearance             Clear Amber                                            
Viscosity              Not Available                                          
Physical State         Aerosolized Liquid                                     
                       10. Chemical Stability & Reactivity Information        
General                This product is stable and hazardous polymerization    
                       will not occur.                                        
Incompatible Materials Reactive with oxidizing agents.                        
and Conditions to                                                             
Avoid                                                                         
Hazardous              None                                                   
Decomposition                                                                 
                       11. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION                          
Toxicity to Animals    Acute oral toxicity (LD50): 636 mg/kg rat              
                       Acute dermal toxicity (LD50): 12 to 14 g/kg (rabbit)   
                       Acute toxicity of the vapor (LD50): 8800 ppm (rat - 4  
                       hr)                                                    
Chronic Effects on     Not listed as human carcinogen. NO known chronic       
Humans                 effects.                                               
                       12. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION                             
Ecotoxicity            Not Available                                          
BOD5 and COD           Not Available                                          
                                                                              
Products of            Products of biodegradation are less toxic than the     
Biodegradation         product itself                                         
                       13. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS                            
This material is defined as a hazardous material with respect to disposal     
based on flash point and components. Prevent accidental rupture of cans.      
Ensure disposal in compliance with federal, state and local disposal          
regulations.                                                                  
                       14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION                              
DOT (Department of                                                            
Transportation):                                                              
Proper Shipping Name          Aerosols, Flammable, ORM-D (Limited Quantity)   
UN/NA ID                      Un1950                                          
Packaging Group               N/A                                             
                       15. REGULATORY INFORMATION                             
TSCA (Tocis Substance Control Act):                                           
                             Components of this product are listed on the TSCA
                             inventory.                                       
SARA Title III (Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act):                
                             Components of this product are listed under this 
                             statute.                                         
CERCLA (Comprehensive Response Compensation and Liability Act):               
                             Components of this product are listed under this 
                             statute.                                         
States Chemical Lists                                                         
                       Pennsylvania HSSF List - Component Listed.             
                       Minnesota Substance List - Components Listed.          
                       New Jersey Right-to-Know Hazardous Substance List -    
                       Components Listed.                                     
                       California Proposition 65 - Components Listed.         
                       Massachusetts Substance List - Components Listed.      
                       16. OTHER INFORMATION                                  
National Fire Protection Association                                          
Health                 2                                                      
Fire                   3                                                      
Reactivity             0                                                      
Creation/Revision Summary                                                     
                       Created on February 20th, 2004 by:                     
                                                                              
                       Cheryl Sykora, CIH, CSP                                
                       LEGEND THECNICAL SERVICES, INC.                        
                       775 Vandalia Street                                    
                       Saint Paul, Minnesota 55114                            
                       (651) 642-1150                                         
                                                                              
                       Updated March 10, 2009                                 
THE INFORMATION RELATES TO THIS SPECIFIC INFORMATION. IT MAY NOT BE VALID FOR 
THIS MATERIAL IF USED IN COMBINATION WITH ANY OTHER MATERIALS OR IN ANY       
PROCESS. IT IS THE USER'S RESPONSIBILITY TO STATISFY ONESELF AS TO THE        
SUITABILITY AND COMPLETENESS OF THIS INFORMATION FOR HIS OWN PARTICULAR USE.  
ALL MATERIALS MAY PRESENT UNKNOWN HAZARDS AND SHOULD BE USED WITH CAUTION.    
ALTHOUGH CERTAIN HAZARDS ARE DESCRIBED HEREIN, WE CANNOT GUARANTEE THAT THESE 
ARE THE ONLY HAZARDS THAT EXIST.                                              










                       MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET                             
                       1. CHEMICAL PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION         
Product Identifier     Dakota Shine                                           
General Use            Color/Pigment Restoration                              
Product Description    Amber Liquid with Slight Solvent Odor                  
                                                                              
Manufacturer           Dakota AG Innovations, LLC                             
                       40690 253rd Street                                     
                       Mitchell, South Dakota 57301                           
                       605-996-7800                                           
Emergency Telephone    ChemTrec (800) 424-9300                                
Numbers                                                                       
                       2. COMPOSITION/INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS              
THE SPECIFIC IDENTITY OF CHEMICALS IN THIS PRODUCT ARE PROPRIETARY, THEY ARE  
THEREFORE, CONSIDERED TRADE SECRETS AND WITHHELD IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE       
PROVISIONS OF SECTION 1900.1200 OF TITLE 29 OF THE CODE OF FEDERAL            
REGULATIONS.                                                                  
OSHA HAZARDOUS COMPONENTS (29 CFR 1910.1200):                                 
                       EXPOSURE LIMITS 8 hrs TWA (ppm)                        
CAS Registry #      OSHA PEL            ACGIH-TLV           OTHER              
108-88-3            100 ppm             50 ppm                                 
67-64-1             500 ppm             500 ppm                                
1330-20-7           100 ppm             100 ppm                                
8052-41-3           100 ppm             100 ppm                                
108-65-6            Not Established     Not Established     2 ppm              
                                                            (AIHA WEEL Guide)  
                       3. HAZARD IDENTIFICATION                               
EMERGENCY OVERVIEW                                                            
Flammable Liquid. Spontaneous combustion (fire) may result from items such as 
rags, paper, etc. soaked in the product. If swallowed, call physician         
immediately. DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING. High vapor concentrations are irritating 
to the respiratory system and may cause drowsiness. Remove to fresh air.      
Prolonged or repeated skin contact may cause deffating of the skin with       
redness and irritation.                                                       
Eye Contact            Moderately irritating, but will not permanently injure 
                       eye tissue.                                            
Skin Contact           Frequent and prolonged contact may defat and irritate  
                       skin.                                                  
Ingestion              Material contains hydrocarbons. Do not induce vomiting 
                       as vomiting may result in aspiration of hydrocarbons   
                       into the lungs.                                        
Inhalation             Breathing of the mists or vapors may irritate the nose,
                       throat and lungs. Symptoms may include sore throat,    
                       coughing, burning sensation and lethargy depending on  
                       concentration and duration.                            
Chronic                There is no known effect from chronic exposure to this 
                       product.                                               
                       4. FIRST AID MEASURES                                  
Inhalation             Allow the victim to rest in a well-ventilated area.    
                       Seek immediate medical attention. In case of inhalation
                       of IDHL levels, evacuate the victim to a safe area as  
                       soon as possible. Loosen tight fitting clothes. If     
                       breathing is difficult, administer oxygen. If the      
                       victim is not breathing, perform mouth-to-mouth        
                       resuscitation. Seek medical attention.                 
Eye Contact            Flush eyes with plenty of water for at least 15        
                       minutes, occasionally lifting the upper and lower      
                       eyelids. Check for and remove any contact lenses. Do   
                       not use an eye ointment. Consult a physician if        
                       irritation persists after flushing eyes.               
Skin Contact           If irritation persists, seek medical attention. Wash   
                       contaminated clothing before reusing.                  
Ingestion              DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING! Seek immediate medical         
                       attention. If vomiting occurs spontaneously, lower head
                       to avoid aspiration into the lungs. Contact a physician
                       immediately.                                           
                       5. FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES                              
Flashpoint and Method  103o F Tag-Closed Cup (product)                        
Flammable Limits       Unknown                                                
Autoignition           Unknown                                                
Temperature                                                                   
General Hazard         Flammable Liquid; may release vapors that form         
                       flammable mixtures when temperatures are at or above   
                       the flash point. Components can oxidize and can cause  
                       spontaneous combustion of contaminated rags or other   
                       ignitable absorbent material.                          
Fire Fighting          Either allow fire to burn out under controlled         
Instructions           conditions or extinguish with foam or dry chemical. Use
                       water spray to cool fire exposed surfaces. Avoid       
                       spraying water directly into storage containers due to 
                       danger of boil over.                                   
Fire Fighting          In the event of a fire, wear full protective clothing  
Equipment              and NIOSH-approved self-contained breathing apparatus  
                       with full facepiece operated in the pressure demand or 
                       other positive pressure mode. For small outdoor fires, 
                       which may be easily extinguished with portable fire    
                       extinguisher, use of any SCBA may not be required.     
Hazardous Combustion   Carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide.                    
Products                                                                      
                       6. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES                         
Land Spill Response    Refer to other sections of this MSDS for information   
                       regarding physical and health hazards, respiratory     
                       protection, ventilation and personal protective        
                       equipment. Contain spilled liquid with sand and earth. 
                       DO NOT use combustible materials such as sawdust.      
                       Materials saturated with this material may             
                       spontaneously combust.                                 
Water Spill            Remove from water surface by skimming or with suitable 
                       absorbents. If allowed by local environmental          
                       regulatory agencies, you may use a suitable dispersant.
Recommended Disposal   This product as supplied, when discarded or disposed   
                       of, is a hazardous waste according to 40 CFR 261 due to
                       ignitablilty.                                          
                       7. HANDLING AND STORAGE                                
Storage Temperature    Ambient                                                
Storage Pressure       Atmospheric                                            
General                Keep container closed when not in use. Loosen closure  
                       cautiously before opening.                             
                       Store in a cool, well-ventilated place away from       
                       incompatible materials such as oxidizing agents.,      
                       reducing agents, acids and alkalis.                    
                       Keep away from heat, sparks and flame.                 
                       Protect material from direct sunlight.                 
                       Ground and bond containers when transferring materials.
                                                                              
                       Follow all MSDS/label warnings; even after container is
                       emptied.                                               
                       8. EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION               
Engineering Controls   Provide eyewash and hand washing facilities. Provide   
                       exhaust ventilation or other engineering controls to   
                       maintain the airborne vapor concentrations below their 
                       respective OSHA permissible exposure levels.           
Personal Protection    None required, if airborne vapor concentrations are    
                       maintained below the component respective threshold    
                       limit values and there is no direct skin contact with  
                       the material.                                          
                       9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES                    
Vapor Pressure         67 mm of Hg                                            
Vapor Density          Not Available                                          
Specific Gravity       0.9 @ 25o C                                            
Evaporation Rate       Not Available                                          
Solubility in Water    Negligible                                             
Freezing Point         Not Available                                          
pH                     N/A                                                    
Odor                   Aromatic Solvent                                       
Boiling point          Not Available                                          
Appearance             Clear Amber                                            
Viscosity              Not Available                                          
Physical State         Liquid                                                 
                       10. Chemical Stability & Reactivity Information        
General                This product is stable and hazardous polymerization    
                       will not occur.                                        
Incompatible Materials Reactive with oxidizing agents.                        
and Conditions to                                                             
Avoid                                                                         
Hazardous              None                                                   
Decomposition                                                                 
                       11. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION                          
Toxicity to Animals    Acute oral toxicity (LD50): 636 mg/kg rat              
                       Acute dermal toxicity (LD50): 12 to 14 g/kg (rabbit)   
                       Acute toxicity of the vapor (LD50): 8800 ppm (rat - 4  
                       hr)                                                    
Chronic Effects on     Not listed as human carcinogen. No known chronic       
Humans                 effects.                                               
                       12. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION                             
Ecotoxicity            Not Available                                          
BOD5 and COD           Not Available                                          
                                                                              
Products of            Products of biodegradation are less toxic than the     
Biodegradation         product itself                                         
                       13. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS                            
This material is defined as a hazardous material with respect to disposal     
based on flash point and components. Ensure disposal in compliance with       
federal, state and local disposal regulations.                                
                       14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION                              
DOT (Department of                                                            
Transportation):                                                              
Proper Shipping Name          Paint Related Material                          
UN/NA ID                      Un1263                                          
Packaging Group               PG III                                          
                       15. REGULATORY INFORMATION                             
TSCA (Tocis Substance Control Act):                                           
                             Components of this product are listed on the TSCA
                             inventory.                                       
SARA Title III (Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act):                
                             Components of this product are listed under this 
                             statute.                                         
CERCLA (Comprehensive Response Compensation and Liability Act):               
                             Components of this product are listed under this 
                             statute.                                         
States Chemical Lists                                                         
                       Pennsylvania HSSF List - Component Listed.             
                       Minnesota Substance List - Components Listed.          
                       New Jersey Right-to-Know Hazardous Substance List -    
                       Components Listed.                                     
                       California Proposition 65 - Components Listed.         
                       Massachusetts Substance List - Components Listed.      
Additional State Required HCS Information                                     
                       Pennsylvania HCS - Components >3% by Weight            
Component              Cast #                                                 
Proprietary            68213-53-6                                             
                       16. OTHER INFORMATION                                  
National Fire Protection Association                                          
Health                 2                                                      
Fire                   3                                                      
Reactivity             0                                                      
Creation/Revision Summary                                                     
                       Created on December 21, 2002 by:                       
                                                                              
                       Cheryl Sykora, CIH, CSP                                
                       LEGEND THECNICAL SERVICES, INC.                        
                       775 Vandalia Street                                    
                       Saint Paul, Minnesota 55114                            
                       (651) 642-1150                                         
                                                                              
                       Updated March 10, 2009                                 
THE INFORMATION RELATES TO THIS SPECIFIC INFORMATION. IT MAY NOT BE VALID FOR 
THIS MATERIAL IF USED IN COMBINATION WITH ANY OTHER MATERIALS OR IN ANY       
PROCESS. IT IS THE USER'S RESPONSIBILITY TO STATISFY ONESELF AS TO THE        
SUITABILITY AND COMPLETENESS OF THIS INFORMATION FOR HIS OWN PARTICULAR USE.  
ALL MATERIALS MAY PRESENT UNKNOWN HAZARDS AND SHOULD BE USED WITH CAUTION.    
ALTHOUGH CERTAIN HAZARDS ARE DESCRIBED HEREIN, WE CANNOT GUARANTEE THAT THESE 
ARE THE ONLY HAZARDS THAT EXIST.                                              

    

The information contained in this MSDS was obtained from current and reliable sources, however, the data is provided without any warrenty, expressed or implied, regarding its correctness or accuracy. Since the conditions or handling, storage and disposal of this product are beyond the control of Imperial Supplies LLC, Imperial will not be responsible for loss, injury, or expense arising out of the products improper use. No warranty, expressed or inferred, regarding the product described in this 'MSDS' shall be created or inferred by any statement in this 'MSDS'. Various government agencies may have specific regulations regarding the transportation, handling, storage, use, or disposal of this product which may not be covered by this 'MSDS'. The user is responsible for full compliance.

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