Montana Acetone Spray/Cap Cleaner

Item ID
MGT5100
Availability: In stock

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Quick Overview

Montana Acetone Spray also known as Cap Cleaner is a universal thinner and cleaning agent that is transparent in color. Removes residues of paint, lacquer, silicone, wax, tar, degreasing. Suitable for pre-treatment before painting objects or to remove paint residues after painting.
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Montana Acetone Spray also known as Cap Cleaner is a universal thinner and cleaning agent that is transparent in color. Removes residues of paint, lacquer, silicone, wax, tar, degreasing. Suitable for pre-treatment before painting objects or to remove paint residues after painting.

Montana Acetone Spray may be used on porcelain, glass, ceramics, blank metals and others. Evaporates quickly without leaving residues. Non-corrosive. Always test spray on a non-visible area to check for any reactions to lacquer or paint, especially when used on plastic grounds as it may etch synthetic surfaces.

Cap Cleaner - Montana Acetone Spray is perfect when used as Cap Cleaner to clean used and clogged nozzles. Simply put used nozzles on the Acetone Spray can and clean by spraying. Remember to test spray on a non-visible area to check for any reactions to lacquer or paint.

More Information
Brand Montana
Series Montana Gold
No. T 5100

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