Safe and super effective "deep cleaning" water base solvent, works in one minute to lift silicone, wax, polymer, grease, nicotine, etc. from the surface.
Rapid Prep - Wax, Silicone, and Grease Remover, A Non-hazardous, Non-Flammable Pre-Cleaner.
Preparation is the key to success. With an ever-growing need for a safer workplace, Rapid Tac developed a pre-vinyl wrap cleaner that not only works great but is safe to use. Gone are the days of using flammable and hazardous chemicals to pre-clean with. Wax, grease, oil, and silicone residues are the number one reason for both paint and film application failures. Rapid Prep easily and safely eliminates these and other contaminants ensuring a successful paint or film application, and a happy customer. Ideal for pre-cleaning almost any surface including automobile paint, bare metals, sign materials, and glass, Rapid Prep was formulated by people with hands-on experience and a desire to make a safer more effective pre-cleaner.
- Spray liberally on the surface to be cleaned.
- Using a plain white household paper towel, thoroughly wipe the surface from the center outward until dry.
- Repeat step 2.
- Now you must clean the surface again with Rapid Tac or Rapid Tac II, to remove residues of Rapid Prep and its silicone, grease, etc. contaminants.
How about saving some more labor hours? When removing signs, stripes, and graphics Rapid Remover is a guaranteed labor-saving product. Most people in shops are using lacquer thinner, MEK, acetone, paint stripper, grinders, etc., all of which are hazardous products. Start by using a heat lamp tree to soften the vinyl and after peeling off vinyl you will have the adhesive to deal with.
You have 30 calendar days to return an item from the date received. You will be responsible for paying shipping costs when returning your item. Shipping costs are non-refundable. Some items may be subject to restock fee. For more information, please visit our return policy.
This product can expose you to chemicals which are known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, please visit www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.