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13.7.

2000

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Official Journal of the European Communities

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CHAPTER 34

SOAP, ORGANIC SURFACE-ACTIVE AGENTS, WASHING PREPARATIONS, LUBRICATING PREPARATIONS, ARTIFICIAL WAXES, PREPARED WAXES, POLISHING OR SCOURING PREPARATIONS, CANDLES AND SIMILAR ARTICLES, MODELLING PASTES, ‘DENTAL WAXES’ AND DENTAL PREPARATIONS WITH A BASIS OF PLASTER

3401

Soap; organic surface-active products and preparations for use as soap, in the form of bars, cakes, moulded pieces or shapes, whether or not containing soap; paper, wadding, felt and nonwovens, impregnated, coated or covered with soap or detergent
For toilet use (including medicated products) This subheading covers the products described in the HS Explanatory Notes to heading No 3401, (I), seventh paragraph, (1), and those products referred to in parts (II) and (III) which are for toilet use.

3401 11 00

3401 20 90

Other This subheading includes soap in liquid or paste form.

3403

Lubricating preparations (including cutting-oil preparations, bolt or nut release preparations, anti-rust or anti-corrosion preparations and mould release preparations, based on lubricants) and preparations of a kind used for the oil or grease treatment of textile materials, leather, furskins or other materials, but excluding preparations containing, as basic constituents, 70 % or more by weight of petroleum oils or of oils obtained from bituminous minerals
Preparations for lubricating machines, appliances and vehicles This subheading covers the preparations referred to in the HS Explanatory Notes to heading No 3403, first paragraph, (A), which contain by weight less than 70 % petroleum oils or oils obtained from bituminous materials. This subheading does not include such preparations containing by weight 70 % or more of petroleum oils or of oils obtained from bituminous minerals. When such oils are the basic constituent of the preparation, they fall within heading No 2710 00 and in other cases in subheading 3403 19 10.

3403 19 91

3403 91 00 to 3403 99 90

Other These subheadings cover preparations of the type referred to in heading No 3403 which do not contain petroleum oils or oils obtained from bituminous materials. The expression ‘petroleum oils or oils obtained from bituminous materials’ means the products defined in Note 2 to chapter 27. These subheadings include: 1. lubricating preparations consisting of molybdenum disulphide and polypropylene glycol and other lubricating preparations with a basis of molybdenum disulphide, whether concentrated or in the form of pencils, rods, small plates, sheets and the like; 2. mould release preparations consisting of an aqueous dispersion of polyethylene wax and aminoalcohol soap; 3. lubricating preparations with a basis of sodium soap or calcium soap and borax, intended to protect and lubricate steel wires during wire-drawing operations.

3403 99 10

Preparations for lubricating machines, appliances and vehicles This subheading includes the products referred to in the HS Explantatory Notes to heading No 3403, first paragraph, (A), which do not contain petroleum oils or oils obtained from bituminous materials.

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3404
3404 90 10

Artificial waxes and prepared waxes
Prepared waxes, including sealing waxes This subheading covers the products listed in the HS Explantatory Notes to heading No 3404, first paragraph, (B) and (C).

3404 90 90

Other This subheading covers the waxes referred to in the HS Explantatory Notes to heading No 3404, first paragraph, (A).

3405

Polishes and creams, for footwear, furniture, floors, coachwork, glass or metal, scouring pastes and powders and similar preparations (whether or not in the form of paper, wadding, felt, nonwovens, cellular plastics or cellular rubber, impregnated, coated or covered with such preparations), excluding waxes of heading No 3404
Polishes, creams and similar preparations, for footwear or leather The primary materials used in the manufacture of products for footwear consist generally of waxes (animal, vegetable, mineral or artificial), volatile solvents (spirits of turpentine, white spirit, etc.), colouring material and various other substances (alcohol, borax, artificial oils, emulsifiers, etc.). Leather dyes, particularly those for suède footwear, are not products of the nature of polishes and creams and fall within subheading 3212 90 90 (if they are, as is generally the case, put up in forms or in packings of a kind sold by retail). Also excluded from this subheading are whitenings for footwear, which fall within subheading 3210 00 90. Greases for footwear fall generally within subheading 3403 11 00 or 3403 91 00.

3405 10 00

3405 20 00

Polishes, creams and similar preparations, for the maintenance of wooden furniture, floors or other woodwork Products intended for the maintenance of wood (floors, furniture, woodwork) have cleansing properties and leave on the surfaces to which they are applied a thin protective skin which, after drying and in some cases polishing, brighten their colour or give them a glossy appearance. Products of this type are generally put up in cans, bottles, pads or aerosols. During manufacture, in addition to waxes, solvents, colouring materials and special additives going into the composition of polishes and creams for footwear, certain of the following products are frequently used: fatty acids, vegetable oils (e.g., palm oil, linseed oil) or mineral oils, soaps or surface-active agents, resins (copal, rosin or colophony, etc.), silicones, perfumes (e.g., essence of pine, rosemary), insecticides, etc., but not abrasives.

3405 30 00

Polishes and similar preparations for coachwork, other than metal polishes Products intended for the maintenance of vehicle bodywork generally consist of a waxy emulsion or solution containing silicones, oils, emulsifying agents and, possibly, soft abrasives.

3405 40 00

Scouring pastes and powders and other scouring preparations Scouring powders for baths, washbasins, tiles, etc. consist of very finely divided abrasive mixtures (e.g., pumice-stone, sandstone) and pulverized cleansers (e.g., surface-active agents with active anions, soap powder, sodium phosphate, anhydrous sodium carbonate). They are generally put up in tins or packets. Scouring pastes are scouring products made by binding the powders with, for example, a wax solution.

3405 90 10

Metal polishes Metal polishes are intended to restore, by surface treatment, the original appearance to corroded, soiled or weathered metals. This result is obtained by abrasion (a mechanical polishing action by an abrasive) and by a chemical or cleansing action of the acids or alkalis on the oxides, sulphides and various tarnishes. The primary materials used in the manufacture of metal polishes are very finely divided abrasives (e.g., pumice-stone, chalk, kieselguhr, tripolite, bentonite, silica), acids (e.g., oxalic acid, oleic acid, phosphoric acid, sulphuric acid) volatile solvents (e.g., white spirit, trichlorethylene, denatured alcohol), alkalis (e.g., ammonia, soda), surface-active products such as fatty sulphonic alcohols, fats, soaps and in some cases colouring material and synthetic perfumes. Metal polishes are presented in the form of powder, pastes various compositions (creams or emulsions) and liquids. Depending on the type, they are presented in bottles, cans, metal tubes, tins, packets or in the form of small lumps, cones, sticks, etc.

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Other This subheading includes in particular:

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1. polishes for glass generally comprising water, alcohol, a small quantity of ammonia or acid (e.g., oxalic, tartaric) and a soft abrasive; 2. products for polishing, finishing and fine grinding other materials.

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