A recently conducted experimental test proved us that Solo7 Q-green can also be used as an IMPREGNATING AGENT. More testing / product development is required. Please contact us. 

For now our chemist provided the questions & answers below.


➢ Will there be a residue after evaporation of the water in Solo7 Q-green?

The residue on evaporation depends on the temperature and time to which the product has been exposed.
Low temperature: limited or no evaporation of active ingredients, results in significant residue
High temperature: full evaporation of ingredients, no significant residue
Prelonged time will result in additional evaporation.

➢ Will there be an effect on electrical systems?

The product consists pre-domenantly of ions. The ions will increase the conductivity of electric current. In the presence of water it will definitely be a good conductor.

➢ About the compatibility of Solo7 Q-green.

The resistance of plastics and rubbers fully depends on the combination plastic/rubber versus the individual chemicals. See the urls below:


The variety in in plastics and rubbers (polymers) is extensive, this requires detailed information concerning the plastics and rubbers used.

➢ Is Solo7 Q-Green corrosive?
The corrosive effect of the product depends fully of the type of metal which will be exposed to the product. It is probably not recommended for carbon steel. It is recommended for stainless steel.

➢ Is Solo7 Q-Green an impregnating agent?

On basis of the chemical properties it can be assumed that the product can be used as an active impregnating agent. We also refer to the test results (watch the video) on our website.

➢ How do I mix Solo7 Q-green with water in a closed tank?

A storage tank can be filled with limited formation of foam, it requires a special technique (bottom up and without to much pressure eg on basis of gravity).