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Adhesive Remover

by 3M

Food-grade citrus based 3M Adhesive Remover bites in and dissolves the sticky overspray of many aerosol adhesives, plus grease, oil, grime, tape residue, tar, wax, and more. That’s real cutting power in a solvent-free formulation that gives you wipe-away convenience with no filmy residue. 3M Adhesive Remover is a powerful replacement for mineral spirits, solvents, and other unfriendly cleaners.

Its active ingredient is listed as GRAS (Generally Regarded As Safe) for food contact applications under FDA 21 CFR 182.20. So, in addition to getting grease and oil off a garage floor, you can clean food processing equipment and grocery store check-out counters.

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Adhesive Remover

by 3M

Average User Rating: Based on (2 Reviews)

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Edward V. from San Manuel, AZ says:

Great product, was used to remove tree sap off car and sticker residual from car window. Safe to use on car paint.

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I need to separate two Lucite pieces that have been glued together without damaging the surface. Will this work?

- Asked by Raye on 04-Dec-12

We're not sure as it depends on what you're doing, but the 3M Adhesive Remover does contain hazardous materials.

- Answered by MisterArt on 04-Dec-12

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Rated by: Edward V. in San Manuel, AZ
Great product, was used to remove tree sap off car and sticker residual from car window. Safe to use on car paint.
Rated by: Brian C. in Buford, GA
The adhesive remover works great. It removed a stubborn acrylic adhesive that I could not get off with anything else. And it did it without eating into the plastic. I also like the fact that there are no petroleum distillates in this product, just orange terpenes. Great product. Strong orange odor, only use in a well ventilated area.

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