Substrate Cleaner; 1 Part; Aerosol; Citrus oil; Air dry;
Multi-purpose, citrus-scented cleaner removes grease, dirt, oil and adhesive overspray from equipment • Softens liquid adhesive and tape residue;
Acrylic (Effective in most cases when adhesive is wet); Asphalt and Asphalt
Reclaim Rubber (Very effective); Metal; Neoprene (Very effective); SBR (Very effective); Urethanes (Effective in most cases when adhesive is wet); Vinyl Resin (Ineffective)
Cleaner – For Substrates; 1 Part; Liquid; Low-Toxicity; Solvent;
A low-toxicity, non-chlorinated, non-flammable solvent designed for the removal of uncured adhesives, polymers, and resins such as epoxies, urethanes, silicones, acrylics and polyesters, and both cured and uncured cyanoacrylates.;
Versum (formerly Dynaloy)
All metals; Ceramics; Polyethylene; Polypropylene; Some plastics
Removes hand oils, ink marks, dust, and other contaminants from computer equipment. With regular use, cleaner will eliminate static charge from sensitive surfaces and provide long-term static protection.;
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