Label Remover Spray - 500ml
- Available for Fast Dispatch.
Bulk discount rates
All Bulk Prices Below Are Quoted Including GST.
|Buy 3 - 5||and pay only $19.28 each|
|Buy 6 - 11||and pay only $18.92 each|
|Buy 12 - 23||and pay only $17.43 each|
|Buy 24 or above||and pay only $16.45 each|
- Fast and effective spray that makes removing sticky labels and adhesive residue easy.
- Suitable for many surface types including glass, metal, wood, foil and plastic.
- Engineered to just break down the adhesive, not attack the underlying surface.
- Each can supplied with a plastic spatula.
Label Remover Spray is a specially designed release spray used to quickly and easily remove old adhesive labels and residues. This technical spray has been engineered to break the adhesive bonds of acrylate and pressure-sensitive adhesives. It works very fast and is very easy to use.
This specialised spray can be used on most surfaces types including metal, wood, foil, plastic and glass. It is ideal for removing adhesive labels, old price tags, address labels, product information stickers, identification labels and label residues. It also removes adhesive residues from foil labels which makes it a great option for getting rid of that sticky stuff left over from your old rego sticker.
Unlike conventional cleaning agents, label remover penetrates the adhesive to make removal easy. It also doesn’t represent the risk to the underlying surface that mechanical removal can.
Our Label Remover Spray is manufactured by Weicon in Germany and is used in many countries around the world. Each can is supplied with a specially designed plastic spatula to make removal simple and easy.
Label Remover Spray has a citrus smell and is colourless. This technical spray also evaporates away without leaving behind any residues. This means new labels can be affixed to the surface shortly after without any problems.
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Label Remover Spray Specifications.
|Colour||Transparent / Colourless|
|Minimum Shelf-Life||24 Months|
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