RapidTac RAPID REMOVER Adhesive Remover for Vinyl Wraps Graphics Decals Stripes 1 Gallon Bottle
- Removes most types of glue and adhesive
- Gone in 60 seconds
- Removes sticky residue left by decals and graphics
- All natural, water soluble formula
With RAPID REMOVER, you are now able to remove adhesives in 30 to 60 seconds! This solution removes adhesives quickly without damaging the surface which you are removing from. Gone are the days of using dangerous and risky chemicals that often damaged painted surfaces, and had numerous health hazards.
RAPID REMOVER is designed to help you keep it simple. When you're faced with removing adhesive, RAPID REMOVER is a nontoxic, adhesive remover that breaks down and removes adhesives in as little as sixty seconds! Spray it on, wait a few minutes and easily wipe away residue adhesive with a plastic squeegee and paper towel.
Not only does Rapid Remover work fast, but it works without causing damage to most painted or bare metal surfaces. The days of using dangerous and risky chemicals that often damaged painted surfaces and had numerous health hazards are gone.
Choose RAPID REMOVER today for removing old decals and/or graphics. Bought a car that has bumper/window stickers all over it? Obscene and offensive? A rival sports' team? Political party you don't wish to be affiliated with? Remove those decals today with RAPID REMOVER! It’s that simple.
NOTE: Always Re-Clean with Rapid Tac or Rapid Tac II prior to installing vinyl graphics or lettering.
STEP 1 - Remove decal: Use a heat gun or heat lamp to soften the vinyl, then slowly pull the vinyl away from the surface at a 45 degree angle.
STEP 2 - Spray RAPID REMOVER on remaining glue residue and let stand for at least 60 seconds, but NO LONGER than 120 seconds.
STEP 3 - Remove excess glue with plastic squeegee.
STEP 4 - Spray a peaper towel with RAPID REMOVER, then use paper towel to wipe away any remaining residue.
STEP 5 - Rinse area with water or RAPID TAC Application Fluid ONLY.
NOTE: Always test a small surface area for compatibility. Avoid use on latex painted surfaces, Styrofoam, styrene surfaces, or plastics.
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