SCALASOL® TO-REMOVE glue remover is indispensable for removing window film
If you want to remove self-adhesive window film from a pane of glass, some of the adhesive will inevitably be left on the glass, because self-adhesive window film needs glue to attach itself to the window. The best method for removing window film from glass is to start in a corner and to peel the window film carefully off the window. Once the film has been removed, there will be some glue left on the window. You can mist the remaining glue with SCALASOL® TO-REMOVE. After you have sprayed the glass and the glue residue thoroughly with the liquid, wait 60 to 90 seconds to allow SCALASOL® TO-REMOVE to do its job. As soon as the residue has been thoroughly soaked in SCALASOL® TO-REMOVE, you will see it dissolve and come away from the glass, so you can use a glass scraper to scrape the rest of the glue off the glass. Using this method, you can clear the glass of absolutely all the glue residue. You can then clean the window with a glass cleaner or with SCALASOL® TO-PREPARE.
The practical advantages of SCALASOL® TO-REMOVE
A brief list of the advantages:
• TO-REMOVE dissolves the remaining glue residue and makes it easier to remove it
• The perfect glue remover for glass surfaces
• TO-REMOVE is a liquid which gets rid of 100% of glue residue on glass
• TO-REMOVE is sold in 200-ml spray bottles
• Includes a glass scraper
SCALASOL® TO-REMOVE is pH neutral and does not damage underlying surfaces. It does not contain harmful substances.