Jungle Juice is often used as a modern-day nickname for amyl nitrite leather cleaner, a well-known collection of chemicals called alkyl nitrites. We sell these products for leather cleaning purposes, but some users have found that inhaling the fumes when leaving the lid open during cleaning, can create intoxicating effects.
There are a lot of other names for amyl poppers, such as JJ, amyl, and poppers as the main street slang in Australia. Although this form of leather cleaner is widely known as a popper, the younger generation are more likely to know the product by the actual name whether that be Jungle Juice, Rush, Double Scorpio, and more.
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