A safety data sheet, commonly shortened to its acronym "SDS", is a standardized summary document provided by a chemical supplier to provide information about the hazards, ingredients, storage and transport instructions, safety precautions, and more about their product.


When shipping certain substances, you may be contacted by our team to provide an SDS sheet (Safety Data Sheet). This is required for safety and transport reasons.

You can obtain the SDS sheet by emailing the manufacturer and asking them to provide you with a Safety Data Sheet for the items in your order. Once you receive the sheet, send it to our team and we will be happy to ship you your packages.

Note: SDS should be no less than 2 years old.

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