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Solvent or water -based? You decide.

Updated: Jul 19, 2021

Spray booths can offer a faster and safer way to apply paint to anything from cars to furniture but keeping it clean is no simple chore. It can be quite a time-consuming task, using small brushes to clean off tricky areas such as corners and edges. If there are some particularly stubborn areas of paint, a higher amount of solvent is recommended.

Yet using solvents comes with serious health risks, having to ensure that none of the vapour is inhaled as it can cause major health problems to the people using them.

Due to the dangerous nature of this cleaning, some prefer to outsource to professionals. A professional can be used to clean spray booths, providing meticulous cleaning services however, this can be expensive.

So, what are the options? Spend a lot of money on a professional cleaner... or risk serious health problems using solvents?

The best option?

Use Protectapeel® Boothstrip. A water-based protective coating is completely safe for the environment and the user. Quickly applied directly to spray booth walls, floors, and work surfaces by airless spray or roller Protectapeel® Boothstrip is a white protective coating that provides;

· Tough protection from paint overspray and contamination

· A light reflective surface for better working conditions

· An effective solution to expensive and time-consuming Spraybooth cleaning

Protectapeel® Boothstrip will withstand temperatures up to 80°C and can be overcoated numerous times. There is no need to worry about tricky areas such as corners as the coating is removed by hand peeling. When the coating is removed the overspray is removed also, revealing the original undamaged surface.

For more information about our spray booth protective coating, Protectapeel® Boothstrip contact our team today.


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