Presto copper spray is a high quality, thin lubricant with a high copper content, making it particularly suited to high temperature and load parts. Uses: lubricating battery contacts, brake components, hinges and clutches. For reducing squealing in disk brakes (apply to rear of pads). Corrosion protection for battery contacts and clamps. Spark plugs, exhaust joints and fixings and many other purposes. This product may only be sold to people over the age of 18. Dangerous Substances Directive in accordance with CLP-Regulation (EC) No. 1272/2008 and its various adaptations. Hazard pictograms GHS02, GHS07. Signal word: hazardous. Labelled dangerous components: pentane. Hazard warnings: H222-H229 highly inflammable aerosol. Vessel under pressure, can burst if heated. . H336 can cause drowsiness and dizziness. H411 poisonous for aquatic organisms with long lasting effects. Safety warnings: P102 may not be used by children. P210 keep away from heat, hot surfaces, sparks, naked flames and other sources of ignition. No smoking. P211 do not spray into naked flames or other sources of ignition. P251 do not pierce or burn, even after can is empty. P260 avoid inhaling the aerosol. P410+P412 keep out of direct sunlight, do not expose to temperatures over 50°C. P501 dispose of the contents/ container according to the local requirements. Additional advice: EUH066 repeated contact can lead to weakened skin. Relevant sections: H220 highly inflammable gas, H225 liquid and vapour easily inflammable. H280 contains gas under pressure; can explode during heating. H304 can be toxic if ingested or inhaled. H315 causes skin irritation. H318 causes severe eye damage. H336 can cause drowsiness and dizziness. H411 poisonous to aquatic life with long lasting effects. R12 highly inflammable. R38 irritates the skin. R41 danger of serious eye damage. R51/53 poisonous for aquatic organisms, can have long lasting damaging effects in waters. R65 damaging to health: can cause lung damage if ingested. R66 repeated contact can lead to weakened skin. R67 vapours can cause dizziness and drowsiness. Please see UK safety standards for use of chemicals.