Anyone using the newer Natural Chemistry Cover Free?
I found the ingredients (stearyl alcohol, propylene glycol) here: https://media.nat.cm/filer_public/3a/c4 ... _aug14.pdf
I also found a fascinating, though over my head patent here: http://patentscope.wipo.int/search/en/d ... escription
Light reading for Chemgeek!
They detail dozens of water soluble/insoluble mixtures.
They use stearyl alcohol for insoluble, but I didn't see mention of propylene glycol as the soluble (polymer) in any of their tests.
Maybe someone an decipher the new literature and tell us a better cocktail than the 4.6% each stearyl/cetyl alcohol we've come to expect
This maybe Coverfree patent (ingredients match): http://www.google.com/patents/US3888995
Propylene glycol may be used as the dispersant.
It is a component of Corexit which was used to disperse oil after the Gulf oil spill.
Another patent loaded with TONS of references.