No. We do not make a contact cleaner.
Hi Vickie. There is high demand, but we haven’t had any interruptions to supply. Our distributors should be able to fulfill orders in whatever quantity you need.
No does not come with straw , but has enough pressure to reach anywhere needed t penetrate .
You'd be better off with a lubricant of some kind
It can stain most materials. Removal depends on the material and type of paint. Hot water and dishwashing detergent will remove it from non-porous surfaces. Volatile solvents, such as mineral spirits or paint thinner will remove it from porous surfaces, but should be tested for its effect on the surface first.
Other than the actions you have already taken, the only other recommendation would be the use of an odor absorbing powder such as activated charcoal. The good news is that the concentration of the product is way below what could be considered harmful.
We don't recommend its use for that purpose. Our Garage door Lube is a much better product for that.
It is a chemical spray specifically made to dissolve iron oxide, rust, which it does very well. There are specific products to clean brake parts when doing a brake job and I would think I would try one of those first. Just keep in mind that your wheels may have a spray on protective coating and you would not want to damage that. Perhaps there is a cleaner made for cleaning your type of wheel. Worth checking at an autoparts store before you try anything.
My use of the blaster was on metal parts. I would read the label. CPVC is made of plastic so not sure if the blaster would "dissolve" the plastic or not. I do not know the reason someone would use it on a plastic part that can be cut and glued or if the blaster would dissolve the glue.
Not really used for that purpose. You'd be better off with some spray oil or another lubricant.