Pine oil

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an oil resembling turpentine, obtained from fir and pine trees, and used in making varnishes and colors.

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Testing showed that some of the standard components of pine oil, ocpinene and [beta]-pinene, were effective against various strains of Staphylococcus'.
Solvay Novecare offers: Repel-O-Tex, a range of soil release polymers to boost cleaning in powders and liquids to maintain fabric's whiteness; Mirapol Surf-S, a range of specialty polymers for hard surface cleaners; Rhodoclean EFC, a pine oil derived nonionic surfactant for low foam high pressure cleaning, CM and industrial cleaning; Mackam and Mirataine, efficient hydrotopes for transparent cleaners and streak-free glass cleaning; Mackam and Miranol, mild and efficient amphoteric surfactants to improve foam viscosity in hand dish washes and fine fabric detergents; Rhodiasolv Infinity, a green non-toxic, non-mutagenic, non-flammable emulsion for use in degreasers and spot removers for fabrics; and Mackamine, a good low-foam grease solubi-lizer with bleach, electrolyte and acid stability.
The guards poured pine solvent on the floor and used Khadr as a human mop, dragging him on his stomach back and forth through the mixture of urine and pine oil," according to the brief.
The company's history began with the extraction of natural pine oil made in the black forest.
Enjoy tempting dishes as spiced pumpkin soup with roast chestnuts, creme fraiche and pine oil, or roast rib of Northumberland beef with Yorkshire pudding, roast potatoes and North country vegetables.
More important for the liquid biofuel sector--and of potential significant importance for heavily forested and cold climate countries such as Finland is the development of pine oil production and its use as a biodiesel feedstock.
The bodies of three members of the family, born between 1765 and 1800, were preserved naturally because of the cold, dry air of the crypt and the pine oil used to make their coffins.
Unlike the sophisticated devices conjured by Iraqi bombmakers with access to a large supply of ammunition, IEDs in Afghanistan are rudimentary--often just a yellow pine oil jug or pressure cooker packed with fertiliser or a homemade device crafted out of wood and batteries, stuck into a culvert in the road.
Three technologies are about to be launched commercially; extracting DME dimethyl ether from black liquor, manufacturing green diesel from pine oil, and a technology that developes biofuel as an alternative to jet fuel.
Remove from heat, let cool, then add 3 drops Pine oil, and 3 drops of Frankincense Oil.
Add a few drops of pine oil, and no one will know the difference.
Along with warnings like "Chemical disinfectants only temporarily clean with long term, hazardous effects to you and the environment," the most common chemical used to kill bacteria are phenol (a particularly hazardous class of chemicals), quaternary ammonia, pine oil, and sodium hypochlorite, otherwise known as chlorine bleach.