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How to remove paint, primer, and enamel from your skin

October 14, 2019 1 min read

How to remove paint, primer, and enamel from your skin

When painting, you may sometimes get more paint and primer on your hands and skin than on the actual project you're working on. It's almost impossible to avoid it.

Don't resort to using turpentine or paint thinner to remove oil-based paint and primers from your skin. These harsh chemicals can damage your skin or cause a rash.

Our new Hand & Tool Wipes are an easy and on-the-go solution to remove water-based, oil-based and acrylic paints and primers from your skin and hands. Without needing water, these wipes come in handy on almost any job-site. The textured scrubbing towelette with its high Limonene content helps clean hard to remove paint, adhesives, and grease with ease. You'll be amazed at what one wipe can handle!



Try them out for yourself!




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