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BMW 7 Series: Information On Using Cleaning Agent/Paints (Personal Protection Equipment)

WARNING: Use of cleaning agents/paints not compliant with instructions can cause serious injuries or burns! Handling cleaning agents/paints can trigger allergic skin and respiratory reactions!

IMPORTANT: Observe following instructions:

  • Store cleaning agents/paints only in a secure cabinet.
  • Keep cleaning agents/paints away from naked flames and other sources of ignition.
  • Protect cleaning agents/paints from high temperatures and direct sunlight.
  • Always keep an eye bath on hand, change the water regularly (once a month).

IMPORTANT: Observe following instructions before use:

  • Manufacturer's instructions (on container/packaging)
  • Hazard warnings (on container/packaging)
  • Manufacturer's instructions on package insert
  • Material safety data sheet of manufacturer
  • Product information in EPC
  • National market regulations

IMPORTANT: Observe following instructions during use:

  • Do not eat, drink or smoke while working with these products.
  • Avoid direct contact with skin and eyes.
  • Wear personal protective clothing/equipment.
  • Ensure that all enclosed areas are well ventilated or extract fumes directly.
  • Immediately change working clothes soiled with cleaning agent/paint.
  • After finishing work, wash your hands and apply protective skin cream.

IMPORTANT: Follow hazard warnings and wear personal protection equipment!

First Aid

  • If product comes in contact with eyes, immediately flush with running water for about 10 - 15 minutes.

    Seek the advice of eye specialist.

  • In the event of skin contact and where applicable an allergic skin reaction, clean the affected areas immediately with soap and water and then apply silicone-free skin cream. Seek advice of physician.
  • If an adhesive product is swallowed, rinse mouth/parts of mouth thoroughly with running water. Drink 1- 2 glasses of water. Do not induce vomiting. Consult a doctor.
  • After inhaling vapors ensure ample supply of fresh air. Keep calm, keep respiratory tracks clear and call doctor.


Dispose of cleaning agents/paints in a professional manner! Observe national/country-specific disposal regulations.


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