- Made with a strong and durable polymer that can withstand repeated friction for effective removal of unwanted decals, pin striping, graphics, tapes, films
- May be used on non-heat sensitive substrates such as many gel coats, acrylic and urethane paints
- Attaches to portable hand tools or slow speed grinders (MOS <4000 RPM)
Used to remove vinyl stripes, numbers, letters and graphics
Remove Unwanted Details
Vinyl decals, graphics, striping, VHB Tapes when the value or relevance of these visuals retires, these once-prized details may present users with a new challenge. Scotch-Brite™ Molding Adhesive and Stripe Removal Disc was designed to help you remove unwanted details with efficiency and ease.
Ease of Use
Scotch-Brite™ Molding Adhesive and Stripe Removal Disc is a solid, molded rubber wheel that can efficiently remove unwanted vinyl stripes, numbers, letters and graphics wearing adhesive moldings and stripes away by way of friction. The disc creates friction and heat as it spins in order to cleanly remove adhesives and stripes. Subsequently, prep work with heat tools like blow dryers, heat lamps and guns is no longer needed, helping to increase productivity and speed the removal process. Now, you can easily remove details without having to prep the workpiece with heat tools or messy spray and gel compounds.
Long lasting, flexible, circular disc form
The disc will not gouge, mar or dent non-heat-sensitive surfaces that lie beneath the decals, which is why it is often used on non-heat-sensitive gel coats, acrylic enamels and urethane paints. MOS for this disc is ≤4000 RPM, allowing it to be used with various tools, including slow speed grinders or portable drills. Scotch-Brite™ Molding Adhesive and Stripe Removal Disc is roughly an inch thick and as a solid molded product is dense, durable and long lasting. The narrow width lends itself to removing small straight lines, such as pin stripping.
Altogether, the Scotch-Brite
™ Molding Adhesive and Stripe Removal Disc helps reduce prep time, messy compounds and operator fatigue; the labor-intensive process of removing unwanted details becomes easier and more efficient.