Road Paint Remover
The latest innovation in road/ highway paint removal is Sprayway's Industrial Strength graffiti and adhesive remover."Several weeks ago I splattered yellow road paint on the underside of my car. A body shop wanted $150.00 to remove only 90% from under the bumper and to repaint the wheel wells and rocker panel. I figured I'd try your product.
I'm extremely happy to report that the Industrial Wipes worked perfectly! I couldn't be more pleased. I didn't get all the yellow splatter out of the wheel wells, mainly because I have other things I want to do, but the wipes removed every last trace from the car's body."
"I tried your road Paint Remover and it WORKS GREAT!!!! I tried a spot, using a towel, and in a minute or less, the white specks started coming off. UNBELIEVABLE!!!! Thank you for your help and especially for the product."
Cut through paint splatter, ink, adhesive, grease, and wax build-up. Our new Industrial Strength Wipes are a fast, single-step alternative to super-tough cleaning problems.
Highway paint removal isn't an instant wipe process, but will be successful with a little patience and proper application of the wipes. Powerful cleaning formula removes most paints, including enamel
Contains no acetate or methylene chloride, making it safer to handle
Non-toxic, non-flammable, non-hazardous
No harmful or nauseous fumes
Fabric wipe material aids in cleaning
Long shelf life
Throw away disposal
These towels are indispensable for private, public or commercial use. Use them in garages, for bathroom walls, desks, tile, siding, lockers, shelving, fleet vehicles, buses, etc. Carry them with you or store them near your work area. (40) 9.5" x 12" pre moistened, pop-up towels.
APPLICATION FOR ROAD PAINT: Lay the smooth side of the wipe over the contamination to saturate the surface. Let it sit for about one minute to soften the paint. Use the textured side of a new wipe and rub vigorously. Use firm pressure and a lot of action. Particularly difficult cases may take a second application.
Once you have removed the road paint, wash off the chemical with shampoo or glass cleaner. A quick spot polish should bring back the original shine. (Do not use on paint jobs less than 90 days old)
This is the same technique we suggest for old tar removal. If the first application doesn't remove it completely, apply a new wipe and repeat the process.
"Last month I splattered the side of my car with white road paint. It completely covered the plastic on the bottom of my Ford Escape. I tried everything that anyone would recommend to remove it. Nothing worked. I came across your web site and ordered the industrial wipes.
The product did a fantastic job on the paint. I had to use some muscle to help remove the paint, but I am thrilled that I did not have to take it to a body shop. I have recommended it to other people."
Thanks for helping to solve my problem.