ProMedia GluGon Adhesive Remover

Sticky situations aren’t just for zombies; they happen to the best of us! Whether you’re trying to remove a sticker from a bumper or have an installation going on and one piece of signage is too large for the application area, it’s nice to have a tool that can be used when all others fail. GluGon is that tool.

In this informative article, we’ll walk you through the proper usage of Promedia Glugon for adhesive removal.
Step 1:
It’s essential to work in a well-ventilated area once the vinyl has been removed.

Step 2:
Spray the desired surface area with our adhesive removal solution. However, please note that if it’s a vertical surface, the liquid may run down—bear this in mind while applying.

Step 3:
Allow our Glugon to sit on the surface for roughly four to five minutes so it can effectively break down the adhesive.

Step 4:
Using a cloth or newspaper wipe, remove the adhesive in one direction only, being cautious not to apply too much pressure that might cause unwanted damage. If an extensive surface area requires cleaning, use a scraper tool that won’t affect its integrity.

Step 5:
Double-check all residual adhesive has been wiped away thoroughly and give the surface a wipe over with isopropyl alcohol before applying new vinyl.

It’s critical to treat our highly flammable chemical product carefully by avoiding fumes and direct eye contact when used.
Promedia Glugon is compatible with most surfaces; however, please perform a small patch test beforehand for reassurance and safety.

For further instructions check out our descriptive video here!

Our unique range of ProMedia products suitable for cleaning and restoration serves an array of functions
including removing vinyl and sticky adhesive residue from surfaces like glass and steel, and more. It’s a
must-have for both your professional and personal cleaning collection.

Do you like these posts? Try our newsletter!

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Open chat
What can we help you with today?