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Motsenbocker's Lift Off Paint Scuff & Graffiti Remover

16 oz. Spray Bottle

MLO45406

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$ 56.95

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Paint Scuff and Graffiti Remover


Product Description:

Breaks the Molecular Bond™ between stain and surface

The patented formula of Motsenbocker’s Lift Off® Breaks the Molecular Bond™ for fast, easy removal of paint scuffs, paint transfers, spray paint, aerosol paint, acrylic, enamel, and oil lacquer from vehicles, boats, RVs, street signs, fiberglass, metal, tile, vinyl, plastic, brick, and concrete.


Environmental Facts: Water-based, biodegradable formula. Contains less than half the regulated VOC limit.

Tips and Tricks:

For Vehicles:

  • Test in an inconspicuous area to ensure surface integrity and compatibility.
  • Spray Lift Off™ on painted area and 3. Wait for 10 seconds. Do not leave Lift Off® on vehicle for prolonged periods of time.
  • Gently agitate as needed taking caution not to scratch surface.
  • Wipe treated area with clean, white cloth.
  • Completely rinse Lift Off® from vehicle after treatment. Do not allow Lift Off® to remain on vehicle for prolonged periods of time.
  • Heavy duty jobs may require more than one application. Repeat if necessary.
  • CAUTION: Avoid applying Lift Off® to vehicles in direct sunlight. Use in a shaded area.

For Hard Surfaces:

  • Test in an inconspicuous area to ensure surface integrity and compatibility.
  • Spray Lift Off™ on painted area and wait up to 3 minutes.
  • Agitate with a stiff brush.
  • For porous surfaces remove paint with a high pressure water system set at 1200 psi or greater working from bottom to top. Repeat if necessary.
  • Use caution on painted, colored, or treated concrete, vinyl siding, and other surfaces. Test on an inconspicuous area. To avoid color differentiation on vinyl siding completely clean the surface after use.

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