Many products or raw materials come with various types of labels attached to them. For any of a number of reasons, you might need to remove those labels. Nothing is more frustrating than peeling off the label only to leave a gooey pad of adhesive behind on the surface. The following solvents were formulated and private labeled specifically for industrial applications. There are two families of label adhesives in common use currently; acrylics and latex. The two families will require completely different solvent formulations to properly remove them from the surfaces to which they have been applied.
Formulated specifically for dissolving members of the acrylic adhesive family. Very effective for removing label adhesive from metals, plated metals, anodized surfaces, printed circuit boards, glass, ceramics, epoxy-painted surfaces and polyolefin plastics.
Note: This is a very aggressive solvent which may attack some plastics and paints. Confirm material compatibility on a test piece before using on end product.
This product was formulated specifically for removal of latex-based adhesives and gummed labels as found in labware, paper labels, etc. Not as aggressive as Formula #25 and is typically compatible with most plastics in addition to all metals, ceramics and painted surfaces.
Again, as a general caution, confirm material compatibility on test piece before using on end product.