Trade Must-Have Products discussed by Eco Solutions
Whatever trade you are you will always have your ‘go-to’ products that will make your job easier, but do you have everything you should do and need? Our “Trade Must-Have Products” article will tell you everything you need to know about the products you should have in your everyday toolkit.
Cleaning & Maintenance Trade Must-Have Products
Whether you are a cleaner or have a maintenance business keeping windows looking clean and fresh is an important factor for any business or home and UPVC Cleaner is one of your Trade Must-Have Products.
Window Frame uPVC Maintenance and Cleaning
uPVC Window frames should be cleaned a minimum of twice a year to keep them looking good and ensuring they last a lifetime. The more regularly they are cleaned the easier it is next time. Start by opening the window and using a soft paintbrush to loosen any dust, dirt and cobwebs, then use a vacuum to remove anything you have dislodged. Next spray the insides of the window with Super Strength PVCU Cleaner, trying not to get too much of the product on your window seals. Leave for a couple of minutes and wipe it clean with a soft damp cloth. Repeat as you need to, although in our experience one spray will clean a really dirty window easily. Wipe it clean with a soft dry cloth. Next, close the window and repeat the same process with the Super Strength PVCU Cleaner and the window frames will look brand new again. If the window frames are extremely dirty and they haven’t been cleaned for a long time then you may need to repeat this process again, although we have used the product on moss, mildew, dirt and mould build-up which has been there for years and the Super Strength PVCU Cleaner has cleaned them the first time. Super Strength PVCU Cleaner can be used on the insides and outsides of your uPVC Windows.
Cleaning Window Sills
Spray the window with Super Strength PVCU Cleaner, leave for a couple of minutes and wipe it clean with a soft damp cloth. Wipe it clean with a soft dry cloth.
Spray the guttering with Super Strength PVCU Cleaner, leave it to work its magic for 5 minutes and then wipe it clean with a soft damp cloth. Finally, wipe it clean with a soft dry cloth.
Spray the Facia with Super Strength PVCU Cleaner, leave it to work for 5 minutes and then wipe it clean with a soft damp cloth. Finally, wipe it clean with a soft dry cloth.
Removing Paint Splashes from your Windows and Window Frames
Spray the area of paint splashes with Super Strength PVCU Cleaner and leave it to work for a couple of minutes. Wipe the paint away with a damp cloth and then polish with a soft dry microfibre cloth.
About Super Strength PVCU Cleaner
- Super Strength PVCU Cleaner will remove stubborn marks and dirt that have been there for years.
- It removes heavy grime, dirt, oil and paints in minutes with no strenuous cleaning needed.
- One product does all with no pre or after treatment needed.
- It is suitable for all uPVC types including; windows, doors, conservatories, guttering and facias.
- It is a safe water-based, non-hazardous, non-toxic, non-caustic, non-flammable, PH neutral, solvent-free cleaner
- There is no risk of skin burns when using the product (always follow the instructions on the product).
- It is a water-based product and there is no impact on the environment when using it.
- Super Strength PVCU Cleaner is “Tough not toxic” and has No H (hazard) or P (precautionary) statements on the label.
It was researched, developed and manufactured in the UK and was developed from the most advanced, innovative water-based technology using ” science not solvents” by Eco Solutions. PLEASE NOTE: The manufacturing processes of PVCu/UPVC have changed, in particular in respect of coloured PVCu/UPVC. These are now manufactured with an overlying coating with either paint or a grain effect foil. Our uPVC cleaner is incredibly powerful and will give you fantastic results on white uPVC. It may remove the paint or foil from coloured uPVC and so it is advised not to use our product on coloured (non-white) uPVC.
Painter, Decorator, Carpenter & Cleaner Trade Must-Have Products
If you are a painter or decorator then preparing an area to be decorated can sometimes take longer than the actual decorating itself as well as cleaning up when you have finished so one or several of our Trade Must-Have Products will help you achieve a perfect finish.
If you are a carpenter you may be doing a job that incorporates some older woodwork that you need to strip back and restore before you start so one or several of our Trade Must-Have Products will save you time and mess.
If you are cleaner then you may be doing an industrial clean or regular cleaning where varnish or paint needs to be removed from surfaces then one or several of our Trade Must-Have Products will make your job easier.
Removing Varnish or Paint from any Surface
Removing Varnish with Eco Solutions Home Strip® Paint & Varnish Stripper is an easy and quick way of removing varnish from any surface.
Eco Solutions have researched, invented, developed and manufactured a really easy to use, powerful paint and varnish stripper, which doesn’t contain any solvents and is a water-based formula. The entire range of Eco Solutions products includes; De-Greasers, Artex Removers, and General-purpose Cleaners which are all solvent-free and safe to use in the home and by professionals. Eco Home Strip® Paint and Varnish Stripper won’t burn your skin, there are no harmful fumes, it works quickly, it’s easy to use, no preparation is needed, no watering eyes and it doesn’t make removing varnish from a surface such a laborious and labour intensive job like sanding or using a heat gun does. Trade Strip® Paint & Varnish Stripper is economical to use and it goes further than hazardous solvent-based strippers. It has minimal VOC content (0.000004%, as certified by independent laboratory detection test). Most DCM-free paint strippers have just replaced one hazardous solvent with another, however, Eco Solutions innovative technology has removed the hazardous solvent content and replaced it with water, making it a safe alternative to use.
- Water-based – “Tough, not toxic”
- Non Caustic
- PH Neutral
- No Fumes
- No Skin Burns
- Product requires no ventilation
- Suitable for use by people with respiratory problems such as asthma sufferers
- No H (hazard) or P (precautionary) statements on the label
- Water-based, Solvent-free and pH-neutral
- Clings 100% to vertical surfaces – no drips or runs,
- Stays wet and works for up to 24 hours, strips while you sleep
- Varnishes & Waxes
- Lead-based paints
- Oil-based paints
- Solvent-based paints
- Water-based paints & emulsions
- Polyurethane’s- Stains
- Fire-resistant paints
- Rust-preventative surface coatings
Ideal for use on all types of surfaces including:
- Wood (hard & soft)
- Ceramic Tiles
- Aluminium, Brass, Cast Iron and other soft metals
Benefits of Eco Solutions Trade Strip® Paint & Varnish Stripper
Trade Strip® Paint and Varnish Stripper are solvent-free, non-toxic, safe and won’t harm your skin or other parts of your body. Care should be taken, but Home Strip is water-based and can be washed off very easily, with no detrimental effects. It is easy to apply to any surface and quick to work its magic, leaving you with a varnish free original surface.
How long does Eco Solutions Eco Trade Strip® Paint & Varnish Stripper take to work?
You only need to leave Trade Strip on the surface for a short while, anything from 20 – 40 minutes and up to 24 hours (dependent on how many layers of varnish there are on the surface). After 20 minutes plus you can test a small area to see if the varnish is ready to come off. Use a scraper and slide it under the paint or varnish and if it doesn’t lift easily then you will know you need to leave it on a bit longer.
How many times will I need to use Eco Solutions Trade Strip® Paint & Varnish Stripper to remove Varnish?
It really depends on how many layers of varnish have been painted on the surface as to how many time you may need to repeat the process. If there are several thick layers of varnish on a surface then apply a thick layer of the product and leave it to work up to 40 minutes plus. The product doesn’t damage the original surface so don’t worry about leaving it on too long. It doesn’t dry out for 24 hours so if you need to you can leave it working for that long. When you use the scraper it should lift the varnish without too much effort and if it does then you know you can get to work.
Will I need gloves when using Eco Solutions Eco Paint & Varnish Stripper?
You don’t need to use gloves when using the product as it won’t harm your skin, however, it’s a good idea as renovating, recycling or decorating will always dry out your hands and gloves help to protect them.
Will I need a mask when using Eco Solutions Trade Strip® Paint & Varnish Stripper?
You don’t need to wear a mask when using the product as it is a non-toxic, water-based product which is solvent-free so there are no fumes or harmful toxins to breathe in.
Will I need safety goggles when using Eco Solutions Trade Strip® Paint & Varnish Stripper?
Again, you don’t have to wear goggles when using the product as it is non-toxic, water-based and solvent-free, however, it is a good idea whenever you are stripping any kind of surface.
Will there be dangerous fumes when using Eco Solutions Trade Strip® Paint & Varnish Stripper?
There are no dangerous fumes when using Trade Strip® Paint & Varnish Stripper as it is a water-based, non-toxic and solvent-free formula that has been researched and developed to ensure it isn’t harmful when used.
Painter, Decorator, Carpenter & Cleaner Trade Must-Have Products – Removal Hints & Tips
Removing Varnish from Cabinets
Wipe the area over with warm soapy water to remove any dirt and dust and then simply paste the Trade Strip Paint and Varnish Remover using an old paint soft paintbrush. Leave it to work its magic for 20 plus minutes and then use a scraper with a clean edge and slide it under the varnish. If it lifts easily then carry on scraping the varnish off but if it doesn’t lift then leave it for a while longer and try again. If the cabinet has several layers of varnish on it then use a liberal amount of stripper on it to ensure it soaks right into the varnish layers. Scarpe in the same direction as the grain and when all the varnish has been removed you can wipe it over with warm soapy water and leave it to dry completely before you do anything else.
Removing Varnish from Oak Doors
Paint a liberal amount of Trade Strip Paint and Varnish Remover over the whole door and leave for 20 plus minutes. Slide a clean-edged scraper under the varnish and it should lift if it’s ready to be stripped. Use the scraper in the same direction as the grain of the wood and work over the whole door. For uneven edges and joins you may need to use sandpaper if the scraper doesn’t remove the varnish. That’s it, it’s done and you can now wipe it down with a damp cloth and decide what colour, oil or varnish you are going to use to make it like new or old if that is the style you are looking for.
Removing Varnish from Wooden Doors
Use an old soft paintbrush to spread a liberal amount of Trade Strip Paint and Varnish Remover over the door. Leave it for 20 minutes plus and make yourself a cup of tea whilst it starts to work. Take a scraper with a clean smooth edge and gently wedge it under the varnish, if it lifts then it is ready to remove all of the varnishes. Work your way over the whole door and use sandpaper if there are areas that your scraper can’t get to. Wipe your door over with a damp cloth and leave it to dry fully before you paint again with oil, varnish or paint.
Removing Varnish from Floorboards
Clean the floorboards with warm soapy water before you start to remove any dirt and dust. Leave it to dry and then use a large soft paintbrush and apply the Trade Strip Paint and Varnish Remover to small workable areas so you can kneel on the floorboards next to your area to strip the varnish when it’s ready. Use a wide scraper and lift the varnish, if it doesn’t lift easily then leave it to work a while longer, in some cases you may need to apply more of the product if there are thick layers of varnish that have been applied over years. Then you can move onto the next area and you will know how much product you need and how long to leave it. When removing varnish from floorboards you can work on different areas at the same time as long as there is enough room between the areas for you to kneel down and scrape the varnish off when it’s ready. When you have removed all of the varnish layers, you can mop the floor with warm soapy water and wait for it to dry and you will see the true colour of the original floorboards, which will help you decide on the varnish, oil or paint you want to use to revamp or protect it. Removing Varnish from Handrails
Removing Varnish from Handrails
Removing varnish from a handrail is tricky as there are lots of round corners and edges to get to which means it takes a lot of time and effort unless you use Trade Strip Paint and Varnish Remover. Take your time to thoroughly coat every part of the surface of the handrail with the stripper using a soft paintbrush, use a smaller brush for joins and use a liberal amount. Leave it to work and then use a scraper to lift the varnish away, using a medium to fine sandpaper to get into any awkward areas. It’s a long job due to the shapes and joins on a handrail so work in areas so you feel like you are getting somewhere. When you have finished, wipe the handrail down with warm soapy water and leave it to dry thoroughly. You will be amazed at how different it will look and how much lighter it will make the area and space feel. Leave the handrail to dry for 24 hours and then you can start to revamp it using a wood oil, varnish or paint.
Removing Varnish from Oak
Varnished oak can make a room look dark and out of date. Using Trade Strip Paint and Varnish Remover to remove the varnish from oak will give a room a new lease of life, making it a blank canvass for decorating. Paint a liberal amount of the stripper onto the oak using an old soft paintbrush and leave to work its magic (20 minutes plus). When the product has worked the varnish will lift away from the cabinet when you put a smooth-edged scraper under it. Work your way over the oak scraping the varnish away in the same direction of the oak grain. Use fine sandpaper to get into those awkward joins and non-flat surfaces. When you are done just wipe it over with warm soapy water and then leave to dry for 24 hours before you revarnish, oil or paint.
Removing Varnish from Pine
Original pine looks very different to varnished pine and stripping it back will give you a blank canvass to work with. Paint a liberal amount of Trade Strip Paint and Varnish Remover onto the varnish and leave to work anything from 20 minutes to 24 hours. Trade strip stays wet for 24 hours and it won’t damage the pine if you leave it on too long. Use a smooth-edged scraper to gently lift the varnish away from the pine, working in the direction of the grain. If there are several layers of varnish that have been added over the years then you may need to use more product to enable it to soak into the pine or repeat the process. when you have finished, wipe the pine surface clean with warm soapy water and leave to dry. Pine looks great if you revamp it with a wood oil which makes it look rustic and original.
Removing Varnish from Teak Veneer
Teak veneer is typically a golden honey brown or a deep brown colour that can darken with age. Teak is a dense, oily and strong hardwood that is relatively easy to work with but if it has several layers of varnish you won’t see its true colour and finish. Use a soft paintbrush to apply the Trade Strip Paint and Varnish Remover all over the surface. When the varnish is ready to be removed you will be able to lift it with a smooth-edged scraper, if it doesn’t lift then leave for a while longer and or apply more of the stripper. Use the scraper to scrape the varnish away working in the same direction as the grain. When you are done, wipe it over with warm soapy water and leave to dry completely. A teak veneer is best finished with a wipe-on oil so you can still see its heavy, uniform and coarse texture, and porous grain.
Removing Paint Splashes on Walls
Try gently scraping away the drips or splashes with a plastic smooth-edged knife, then use vegetable oil to soften the paint and wipe away with a clean damp cloth. If this doesn’t work then you can try nail varnish remover or denatured alcohol, also known as methylated spirit. Try it on another area that isn’t in view first to make sure it doesn’t damage the area but we aware that if the wall is painted it is likely to take the paint off with both solutions. Wipe the area with a small amount of nail varnish remover or methylated spirit on a damp cloth and then wipes clean with a clean damp cloth with warm soapy water on. The easy way, simply spray Eco Solutions PVCU Cleaner onto the wall and wipe away gently after a few minutes with a soft damp cloth.
Removing Paint Splashes on Glass
Paint Splashes on glass on glass can be tricky to remove without scratching the glass. Warm soapy water on a soft cloth and razor blade can remove dried-on paint on glass but it is a very difficult job to ensure you leave no scratches. Wet the glass with the warm soapy water hold the razor blade at a 45-degree angle, carefully scraping away the paint. Keep the glass damp with the soapy water whilst you are doing it as this helps to prevent the glass from scratching. Our quick and easy solution, spray Eco Solutions PVCU Cleaner onto the paint, leave for a few minutes and wipe away with a soft damp cloth, it really is that easy and there is no risk of you scratching or damaging the glass.
Removing Paint Splashes on Bathroom or Kitchen Worktops
This one is tricky and difficult to do without scratching or marking the surface you are cleaning. Apply a thin coat of olive oil over the paint splashes and then try to wipe it away with a soft damp soapy cloth. You may need a bit of elbow grease to do it and work in circular motions to try and lift the paint. If the splashes or drips don’t remove using this method then wrap a soft cloth around a plastic smooth-edged knife and scrape it off, again be really careful as it’s very easy to scratch the surface without realising you are doing it. If this doesn’t work you can try nail varnish remover or methylated spirit and wipe it away with a soft damp soapy cloth. Be aware that nail varnish and methylated spirit can leave marks or take away the colour on surfaces so always do a patch test first on an area that isn’t in sight. A quick and easy way to remove paint splashes on bathroom or kitchen worktops with no fear of damaging them is using Eco Solutions PVCU Cleaner. Wipe as much of the paint away with a soft wet cloth and then spray the PVCu cleaner onto the area. Leave it to work its magic as per the instructions and then wipe it clean with a wet cloth, repeating if you need to.
Removing Paint Splashes or Spills from Carpet
You should always try and remove as much paint from the carpet before it dries. blot up the paint using a dry cloth or paper towels to remove as much of it as you can. This is tricky to do with spreading the paint further so use small blotting motions to try and prevent this as much as you can, trying not to rub the paint further into the carpet. The easy way to remove paint from carpet is to use Eco Solutions GrimeGo or PVCU Cleaner with no risk of your carpet being forever marked or damaged.
Removing Paint Splashes or Spills from Vinyl Floors
The easiest and quickest way to remove paint from vinyl floors is to use Eco Solutions PVCU Cleaner. Remove as much of the wet paint from the vinyl as you can with a soft wet cloth, trying not to rub the paint into the flooring and then spray a liberal amount of PVCU Cleaner onto the area, leave as per the instructions and then wipe it clean with a clean damp cloth, repeating if you need to.
Removing Paint Splashes from Wood
It depends on the type of paint you want to remove from wood as to which product you would use. Latex paints are water-based and acrylic paints are chemical-based. Acrylic paint generally lasts longer than latex paint, however, latex paint is more frequently used for painting houses and acrylic more so for art. Eco Solutions PVCU Cleaner really is the quick and easy way to remove unintentional paint splashes from wood surfaces. Simply spray the product on the wood, wait for a few minutes and wipe the splashes of paint away with a soft damp cloth. Repeat a couple of times if you need to.
Removing Paint Splashes and Spills from Concrete Floor
Wait for the paint to dry and use a stiff-bristled brush and a paint scraper to loosen and scrape the paint. The easy and guaranteed way to remove paint from concrete is to use Eco Solutions Trade Strip & PVCU Cleaner and simply jet wash any paint or product residue away after.
Removing Paint Splashes and Spills from Bricks or Brickwork
It is quite tricky to remove splashed or spilt paint from bricks as the paint soaks into the porous brick. The quick and easy way to remove paint from brickwork is to use Eco Solutions Graffiti Go, simply spray on the product, leave as per the instructions and wash away with warm water.
Removing Paint Splashes and Spills from Plastic
If you can, the easiest way to remove paint from plastic is to wipe it away with a damp cloth when the paint is still wet. For no risk of damaging the colour of your plastic or removing its top protective layer use the quick and easy solution of Eco Solutions PVCU Cleaner.
Painter, Decorator, Carpenter, Cleaner & Oven Cleaner Trade Must-Have Products
If you are a painter or decorator then preparing an area to be decorated can sometimes take longer than the actual decorating itself as well as cleaning up when you have finished leaving a perfect finish so one or several of our Trade Must-Have Products will make your job easier and quicker.
If you are a carpenter you may be doing a job that incorporates some older woodwork that you need to strip back and restore before you start and one or several of our Trade Must-Have Products will save you time and mess.
If you are cleaner then you may be doing an industrial clean or regular cleaning where varnish or paint needs to be removed from surfaces so one or several of our Trade Must-Have Products will make your job quicker and easier.
If you are an oven cleaner then removing grease quickly and easily will be the most important part of your job so one or several of our Trade Must-Have Products will help you with your oven cleans.
Removing Grease from Metal
Household grease comes from fried foods and it can also come from door hinges, garage doors and so on. Removing grease from metal isn’t as easy at it sounds as when wiped the grease just moves and spreads around. Wipe as much of the grease off as you can with a soft dry cloth or kitchen towels. Put some rubbing alcohol, also known as denatured alcohol or methylated spirits on a clean soft cloth. Rub the solution over the grease until it has gone. If the grease doesn’t disappear then you may have to do this several times with more solution. Next, rub neat washing up liquid all over the metal and wash it clean with warm water. An alternative to rubbing or denatured alcohol, or methylated spirits is to use vinegar but beware of all of these substances as they really do smell and the smell lingers about for a while after. The quickest and easiest way to remove grease from metal is using Eco Solutions Grime Go. Spray the metal, saucepan or frying pan with Grime go, wait a few minutes and then wipe it away with a clean dry cloth. That’s it the grease will be gone and it will look all fresh again without a spot of grease in sight. If you are using this technique on kitchen items then always wash them thoroughly after.
Removing Grease from Kitchen Walls, Induction Hobs, Ceramic Hobs, Backsplashes, and Cupboards
Grease, when you’re cooking, is a nightmare, splattering everywhere and you often don’t notice it when you have finished. Over time it builds up and can leave a residue which makes it really difficult just to wipe off. First try wiping it with warm soapy water, often though this doesn’t work and you will end up just wiping the grease around. If the grease stains are really stubborn and they have built up over time they will often leave a yellow stain and in these cases, you can try wiping it with baking soda or spray it with white vinegar and wipe away. The easiest and quickest way to remove stubborn grease that has been there for some time is to use Eco Solutions Grime Go. Simply spray the area, leave for a couple of minutes, wipe clean with warm soapy water and then wipe dry with a soft microfibre cloth, it leaves everything grease-free and back to its normal shiny state.
Removing Black Mould
Black mould can build up really quickly and before you know it you can have mould patches on your window seals inside or out, walls, bathroom, kitchen, fridge, freezer and so on. Eco Solutions Grime Go or PVCU Cleaner are simple and quick to use if you need to clean off or remove black mould from window seals, walls, bathroom, kitchen, fridge, freezer and so on. You simply spray it on the area of mould, wait a few minutes and wipe the area clean. You can repeat if there is still any signs of the mould.
Carpet & Upholstery Cleaner Trade Must-Have Products
If you are a professional carpet or upholstery cleaner then one or several of our Trade Must-Have Products will save you time and money.
Cleaning Carpet & Upholstery
Eco Solutions Grime Go will remove almost any spillage stains or old stains from carpet. Simply spray onto the area, leave for 5 minutes and then gently rub it with a damp to wet clean soft cloth to remove the stain. Let it dry and that’s it, the carpet will be stain free. If you are a Carpet & Upholstery Cleaner then Grime Go can be used to work on stubborn stains before you start work with your industrial cleaner making your cleaning process quick and efficient with no need to go back over stained areas.
Cleaning Car Seats & Interiors
Everyone knows that car seats can get really grimy from everyday use and when you have babies or children in the car it is likely there will be spills that happen in their car seats or on the main seats of your car. Eco Solutions Grime Go easily removes new or old stains and you aren’t left with soaking wet seats that can’t be sat on for hours, sometimes more. Blot away any liquid or spills whatever they are with kitchen roll or a clean dry cloth and then spray the Grime Go onto the stained area, leave for 5 – 10 minutes and wipe away with a soft water damp cloth. Some stubborn stains may need a second go. You will be amazed how clean the car seats will look after you have used Grime Go and the seats won’t be damp for long.
Plasterer or Decorator
If you are a plasterer or decorator then you will need a quick and easy way to remove bonded and non bonded textured coatings, painted wallpapers and textured paints to enable you to start your plastering or decorating and our Trade Must-Have Products will save you time and mess for every job.
Removing Artex Trade Must-Have Products
Trade Strip X-Tex® is the best Artex or textured wall covering remover. It allows the removal of textured coatings without causing dust from harmful asbestos fibres or just dust fibres. X-Tex was formulated by Eco Solutions from the most advanced, innovative water-based technology using “science not solvents”. Artex is still used, but not very often as it is longer fashionable to have textured ceilings or walls. Artex or other textured wall coverings produced can now NOT contain asbestos. Trade Strip X-Tex® removes bonded and non bonded textured coatings, painted wallpapers and textured paints by simply painting it on and waiting a short time for it to lift before you scrape it away. It makes removing artex easy and efficient and allows you to prepare an area before it is decorated or replastered.
The X-Tex product was researched, developed and manufactured in the UK by Eco Solutions. It allows the removal of textured coatings such as Artex without causing dust from the harmful asbestos fibres, or just dust which can also be dangerous to inhale if removing large areas. It was formulated by Eco Solutions from the most advanced, innovative water-based technology using “science not solvents”
Trade Strip X-Tex® Removal Solution is:
- A safe water-based product
- PH Neutral
Trade Strip X-Tex® Removal Solution is Safe:
- No fumes created when using it
- No risk of skin burns
- It is a non-flammable product
- It doesn’t need any ventilation when being used
Removing Graffiti Trade Must-Have Products
Graffiti Go was researched, developed and is manufactured in the UK. It is a safer graffiti remover formulated by Eco Solutions from the most advanced, innovative water-based technology using” science not solvents”.
The product is being used safely by an increasing number of consumers and professionals to remove unwanted paint and graffiti from many types of surfaces and is a must-have and use in their daily toolkit.
Why Use Graffiti Go?
It is safer to use and safer for the environment compared to conventional hazardous solvents and it is ideal for use in sensitive and occupied premises such as; homes, hospitals and schools.
Graffiti Go is a ‘one product does all’ solution, with no before or after treatments needed. It is non-hazardous, non-toxic, non-caustic and doesn’t cause skin burns. It is PH neutral, water-based, “Tough not toxic” and there are No H (hazard) or P (precautionary) statements or warnings on the label.
Trade and Home Use Graffiti Go Removes
All paints including car spray paints – Graffiti shadow – Leather dye – Marker pen – Crayons – Fly posters – Chewing gum.
Trade and Home Use Graffiti Go Works On
All woods – All metals (including Aluminium) – Stone (including soft and porous stones) – Brick – Marble – Concrete – Most plastics (may etch certain types of Perspex and polycarbonate).
Give it a go today, it is a brilliant go-to product to have in your garage for those expectant needs in the home or any business.
Our Trade Must-Have Products are Solvent-free, safe products essential for every job and every trade.