A: Natt, Motsenbocker's Lift Off Spray Paint & Graffiti Remover can be used to remove spray paint from a variety of surfaces. In order for it to work on the car bonnet roof, which appears to be porous, we recommend spraying on to the surface, letting it set for upward of 3-5 minutes, then agitating with a soft bristle brush. Depending on the amount of spray paint, you may need to repeat this process several times. We also recommend testing in an inconspicuous area first to test for color fastness of the bonnet, and doing this project in a covered area, out of the sun.
A: YOU CAN BUT DON'T LEAVE IT ON TO LONG IT CAN EVEN TAKE THE VARNISH OFF A FLOOR IF LEFT ON TO LONG 10 MINUTES MOST BUT YOU DO HAVE TO LEAVE IT ON AT LEAST THAT LONG FOR IT TO WORK JUST NOT LONGER
A: Oh, it sure will take off the spots, but it will also take off the paint underneath, like it did when I used it to remove graffiti from my garage door!
A: Yes, you can use this product for removing paint spots.
A: Yes, you can use Lift Off Spray Paint and Graffiti Remover to remove spots that were caused by over spray. However, Lift Off needs to be applied cautiously to avoid impacting the base coat that you don’t want to remove. You may want to spray Lift Off Spray Paint and Graffiti Remover on to a clean, cotton towel and then using the towel to apply Lift Off on the spots. Gently agitate the areas where the spots are situated. You may need several applications to safely and effectively remove the spots. (A soft bristle brush, such as a tooth brush, may also help to break loose the paint after applying Lift Off Spray Paint and Graffiti Remover.)
A: Thanks for your question. Yes, Lift Off Spray Paint & Graffiti Remover can be used on carpets. Due to its water-based composition, it is safe on a variety of surfaces. (We do recommend, testing in an inconspicuous area first for color fastness.) You can spray directly on to the carpet; let it set for upward of three minutes; then use a clean, cotton towel, or a bristle brush (such as a tooth brush) to agitate the surface. This will help loosen the spray paint from the carpet. Repeat the process as needed.
A: Yes, it is definitely safe on carpets. You can spray directly on to the carpet (let is set upward of 3 minutes) and agitate the paint spill with a tooth brush. This will help with the removal process.
A: A product that I would recommend for this type of project is Motsenbocker's Lift Off Tape, Label and Adhesive Remover. It is designed to remove sticky, greasy and oily stains and residue and is safe for wood surfaces. You can spray directly on to and around the black tar paper; let it set for upward to three minutes; then use a scraper to break the bond between the paper and the wood surface. Depending on the thickness of the paper, this make require several applications.
A: We would recommend you use Motsenbocker's Lift Off Tape, Label and Adhesive Remover, which is capable of removing sticky, greasy and oily stains, such as tar. It is also safe on hardwood floors. We recommend you also have plastic scrapers and clean, cotton towels for this project. You can spray on Lift Off Tape, Label and Adhesive Remover; let is set for upward of three minutes, then use the scraper to help release the tar paper. The cotton towel provides a clean surface for removing any remaining residue.