ASI Adhesive Cleaner and Remover will effectively remove a wide variety of adhesive products, paints, labels, silicones, polyurethanes, caulks, and other products safely and effectively. When worked into the adhesive the ASI Adhesive Cleaner and Remover safely breaks the bond and allows for easy removal and clean up. ASI Adhesive Cleaner and Remover is safe to use on a variety of common substrates and will not harm surrounding adhesives if left alone and not worked into the adhesive. ASI Adhesive Cleaner and Remover is much more effective than most solvents including acetone and methyl ethyl keytone for removal of silicone and adhesives.
Effective On The Following Materials:
ASI Adhesive Cleaner and Remover can be used on a variety of different materials. It can also be used on a variety of materials not listed below. Please inquire or test on those materials. We have listed some common materials for your viewing:
ASI Adhesive Cleaner and Remover can also be used on a variety of substrates that are not listed below. Please inquire or test on those substrates. We have listed some common substrates for your viewing:
Directions for use:
As a rule of thumb, products that do not harden, i.e., most caulks, contact adhesives, labels, decals, tape residue, gum, sap, tar, can be removed with ASI Cleaner and Remover. Hardened products such as Super Glue, two part epoxies, urethane floor coatings and varnishes cannot be removed with ASI Cleaner and Remover.
For silicone, polyurethane, and polysulfide caulks, first cut away any excess caulking then work ASI Cleaner and Remover from the edge(s) of the bond with a blade or a putty knife. The ASI Cleaner and Remover will work its way under the caulk and release the bond. If residue remains, simply re-spray the area and wipe it clean with a terry type cloth. If you spray an area by mistake, either wipe it dry or let the ASI Cleaner and Remover evaporate, the caulking will not be affected.
Coat the area with ASI Cleaner and Remover and let it sit. The longer it remains on the adhesive the easier your job becomes. Then wipe the area with a clean cloth. If any residue remains, repeat the first step. When using ASI Cleaner and Remover to remove carpet or headliners, spray the surface heavily, wait at least 15 minutes and test a portion of the item to be removed. If the item remains secure, re-apply ASI Cleaner and Remover and wait an additional 15 minutes before removing the item.
Polyurethane Expanding Foams
Spray the contaminated area with the ASI Cleaner and Remover and wipe the area with a clean cloth, note once the foam has cured the ASI Cleaner and Remover will not remove the residue.
First, spray the item to be removed and let sit for a minute. You will notice that the ASI Cleaner and Remover penetrates from the edges inward. Use a sharp object to work the edges and re-apply the ASI Cleaner and Remover. Once there is enough material to grab, slowly begin pulling the item away from the adhesive while spraying the ASI Cleaner and Remover on the back of the item. It should pull away with ease.
To remove gum from carpets, clothing or fabric, just spray with ASI Cleaner and Remover wait a minute, and rub the area with your fingers or a stiff nylon brush.
All of the above will readily dissolve in ASI Cleaner and Remover, just spray, wait, and wipe.
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