Duct tape… it seems to have an endless and continually rising number of uses. It’s used around the house in fix-me-up projects as well as industrially. In past years, those creative enough have gone as far as creating everything from wallets, to formal dresses and suits out of duct tape. But what removes duct tape?
One common use of duct tape for a quick, easy, and cheap fix is the use of the adhesive for vehicle repairs. It might not be the most pleasant appearance on a car, but when economic times are hard, we have to set priorities to get by. Commonly, duct tape is used on vehicles to hold up broken window panels, or keep brake lights in place, just to name a few.
Regardless of what use you have put the household name product to, you are certain to have encountered the incredibly persistent, sticky residue left behind by the adhesive. For such adhesives, you can find yourself picking at the residue with no prevail, give up and deal with the ghastly site of the residue on your car paint, or use the simple, eco-friendly citrus-based specialty cleaner, De-Solv-it Contractors Solvent, and be done with it.
De-Solv-it Contractors Solvent is an orange powered specialty cleaner with the ability to remove duct tape residue (and other tape residues) from car paintwork, without causing further damage. To remove fresh duct tape residue from paintwork, apply the specialty cleaner to the area, wipe, and then rinse. For residue that is somewhat dryer and been there for a longer period of time, let De-Solv-it Contractors Solvent sit for a short period of time (about 5 minutes).
The primary cleaning agent in De-Solv-it Contractors Solvent is derived from plants, therefore it is biodegradable and safe to use around your lawn, garden, bushes, etc., and doesn’t require the user to wear gloves during application. The specialty remover of tape residue is something that should be in every garage after a quick-fix to an owner’s car.