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Cleaning Solvent to remove Adbruf's coatings from equipment

Solvent Cleaning Medium & Diluent
Cleaning Solvent to remove Adbruf's coatings from equipment
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Cleaning Solvent to remove Adbruf's coatings from equipment
Cleaning Solvent to remove Adbruf's coatings from equipment
Cleaning Solvent to remove Adbruf's coatings from equipment
Cleaning Solvent to remove Adbruf's coatings from equipment
Product Benefits
Common Uses
  • Sold in 5 litres or 25 litres
  • Effective cleaning of all application equipment.
  • Thinning of solvent-based products

Cleaning Solvent is a very effective cleaning solution that can successfully remove excess resin, bitumen and solvent based products from application equipment. Alternatively it can also be used to thin solvent based products, to aid application subject to the manufacturers advice.

Product Description

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Cleaning Solvent is an effective cleaning medium for the removal of solvent-based products such as Colourplus, Clearline and Bitex Primers from application equipment such as spray machinery, rollers, brushes etc.

Where advised by Adbruf, Cleaning Solvent may be used as a diluent in specific circumstances.

Spray Machinery - After completion of solvent based product application, replace paint drum on machine with drum containing Cleaning Solvent. Set up machine to recirculate until system is fully flushed and free of all paint residues.

Hand Equipment - Pour off Cleaning Solvent into a metal container. Using protective gloves, work solvent into brushes or roller until paint is dissolved. Rinse using clean Cleaning Solvent. Remove as much solvent from equipment and allow to dry.

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