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Graffiti remover C2 (with no chlorine solvent)
500 ML
Deep stripper for paint, ink and varnish.
  • Quick action: under 5 minutes!
  • No damage to surfaces
  • Idea for smooth and painted surfaces
  • Non-chlorinated solvent
Density: 0.92 +/- 0.2
Odour: Solvent

Anti-graffiti product for smooth painted surfaces. Ideal for cleaning in hard-to-reach areas.

The anti-graffiti product is a blend of high-performance solvents for quickly stripping surfaces covered in graffiti.

Use: Removes graffiti from smooth and painted surfaces. Also suitable for removing tags from cars and trucks. Always test to ensure the initial layer of paint is not damaged.

Coverage: Each can covers a surface of approximately 8m², depending on the conditions of the surface and the method of application.

• Local authorities,
• Municipal services
• Industrial sites
• Cleaning companies for indoors and outdoors: smooth walls, phone booths, roller shutters, elevators, concourses (stations, underground rail, malls, etc.), railway wagons, road signs, etc.

Shake well before use.
Hold the can upright.

Hold the can 15cm from the surface and spray an even layer over the area.
Leave to penetrate for approximately 3 minutes then rub with a cloth. Repeat if necessary and rub until the graffiti disappears. Rinse abundantly with hot or tepid water.

Do not apply on rubber without testing first.

Do not use on heated surfaces or in the sun.

Presentation: Aerosol can
Pack size: Carton of 6
Tin can Diameter: 65mm Height: 195mm
Nominal volume: 650 ml - Net volume: 500ml
Pallet size: 1,080 units – 90 cartons

Dangerous. Follow precautions for use.
Refer to the safety data sheet (SDS). Available on request.
Our data sheets are prepared with current knowledge and subject to modifications. Photo nonbinding. 13/07/2021 Index 3.2

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